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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→
Ty Back – Lexington
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.
Schedule features seven homes and a trip to Texas A&M for the first time since 1952
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The 2018 Kentucky football schedule features seven home games, including visits from Mississippi State, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Georgia, and five road games, the Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday. Continue reading UK Announces 2018 Football Schedule→
Ty Back – Columbia, SC
Mark Stoops and the Kentucky Wildcats traveled to Columbia South Carolina Saturday to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks in a packed, blackout at Williams-Brice Stadium. This would be Kentucky’s first game of SEC game of the year in one of the tougher stadiums in the SEC but UK proved up to the test. After two sub-par games to start the year, the UK fan base was a little uneasy going into Saturday. Questions about play calling were heard everywhere. Questions like, “Is Gran going to continue to run the Wildcat?”, “Will Lynn Bowden live up to the hype?”, “Can UK compete with the tough opponents of the SEC?” Continue reading UK football 3-0; First Time Since 2010→