There has been a lot of talk this past season of why the fan base for both UK football and basketball has not been as enthusiastic about attending the games and supporting the Wildcats. It is really a simple answer……………Greed!!! Continue reading UK Sports – Greed is Killing UK Sports→
Brendon D. Miller – Kroger Field – Lexington – November 25, 2017
The much anticipated annual grudge match between the CATS and the CARDS, turned into a rout at Kroger Field this afternoon, as CARDS quarterback Lamar Jackson looked the part of a possible repeat Heisman winner. THE CARDS hammered the CATS 44 to 17 in a game that was not effectively that close. THE CATS knew coming in that they would have to try to slow down Jackson the powerful CARD offense, but the game plan simply did not work. Continue reading College Football – CARDS SHOW SUPERIORITY – TAKE BACK GOVERNOR’S CUP→
By John Huang NASHVILLE, Tn. — Vanderbilt University touts itself as an elite academic institution. There are a lot of smart people at Vandy with a haughtiness that’s probably rightfully deserved. With ACT scores soaring through the stratosphere, this “Harvard of the South” is pervasively known for kicking academic sand in the face of its fellow SEC brethren.Continue reading UK Football – Brawn Over Brains→
Coming off the emotional win over Tennessee last week, the Kentucky Wildcats played host to the Ole Miss Rebels for the next to last home game of the season last night at Kroger Field. Ole Miss was coming off an emotional game as well, losing to Arkansas on a last second play just one week before. Earlier this season Ole Miss lost it’s starting quarterback to injury and coming into the game, had the worst rushing defense in the SEC, both of which Kentucky fans had hoped would play to the favor of their beloved Wildcats. Continue reading Cats take it down to the final drive again…→
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Before tonight Kentucky had lost to Tennessee for five straight years. The last win for Kentucky in the series came in 2011 when UK’s backup Quarterback Matt Roark got the start and led the way to snap the 30+ year drought of Kentucky wins. Too many times had the final score of this border rivalry been in favor of Tennessee. The Cats came into tonight looking to start a winning streak of their own and if they were going to do that, tonight as the night. Earlier in the week, Tennessee’s starting RB was suspended after a drug possession charge and just last night their backup QB was released from the team. Kentucky went from an underdog to a 3 point favorite before the game started. Continue reading “A Thing of Beauty”→