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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”→
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It wasn’t pretty at the beginning of the game and it wasn’t pretty at the end of the game. In a very disappointing 45-7 loss, Kentucky simply did not appear to be in this game from the opening kick off. UK was pushed around on offense and defense and after a week off, looked ill prepared for the Nick Fitzgerald led Bulldog offense. Continue reading UK Football – Wildcats Mauled in Mississippi→
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Coming off a disappointing one-point loss to Florida, the Wildcats played host on Saturday to an Eastern Michigan team that came into the game 2-1. Big Blue Nation grieved all week about the one that got away and hoped that tonight’s results would help solidify their confidence in the Cats. Continue reading UK Football – Cats Flat After Florida Loss→
Tickets for the Kentucky vs. Florida football game set for Saturday, September 23 is officially sold out.
Fans may still purchase tickets through TicketExchange, the only safe and secure, fan-to-fan resale marketplace authorized by UK Athletics. TicketExchange is completely integrated with Kentucky’s Ticketmaster software and uses barcode verification technology to ensure the authenticity of tickets.