For the 2nd straight season, UK came out of the gates really well. And for the 2nd straight year, the wheels have come off. After a 4-1 start this year, they have lost 4 in a row to drop to 4-5. Last season they went 5-1 before closing out the season with 6 straight losses to finish the season 5-7. It is unclear what the problem is other than it is the SEC and the toughest conference in the Nation. UK has been embarrassed in their last three games and look like a team that has thrown in the towel. They have a chance to finish strong by winning their last three games which on paper are winnable. Continue reading College Football – UK Wildcats Season Collapse for 2nd Straight Year
By Ricky Blair / Lexington, KY – Black out, lights out and clear out………the Kentucky Wildcats experienced all three on Saturday night in a humiliating 52-21 beat down by the Tennessee Volunteers. Continue reading College Football – Cats Crushed by Big Orange
Dee Jay Silver to join pregame concert; Marlana VanHoose to sing national anthem
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Not only will Kentucky play its first primetime Thursday game in program history next week, fans will also be able to enjoy pregame entertainment that will feature one of country music’s most recognizable duos, a top touring DJ and a singer who has captured hearts across America. Continue reading Entertainment News: Montgomery Gentry to Play Concert before UK – Auburn Game
By: Tyrus York – It was a cold, damp, and gloomy night in Commonwealth Stadium Saturday and the football Wildcats for 54 minutes of game time did nothing to warm that atmosphere.
By Ricky Blair – Lexington, Kentucky – Late 4th quarter touchdown drive secures Kentucky’s 21-13 win over the #23 nationally ranked Missouri Tigers. Continue reading College Football – Towles leads Wildcats to 21-13 win over Missouri
By Ricky Blair – Lexington, KY – For the twenty-ninth straight year, the Kentucky football team walked off the field, after the game against the Florida Gators, sporting a loss. This year was supposed to be different. In the past, most of the contests were not even close. Kentucky has had few opportunities over the last three decades to pull off an upset. Continue reading College Football – Kentucky’s Missed opportunities lead to another Florida loss
KENTUCKY POSTGAME NOTES – Kentucky at South Carolina – Williams-Brice Stadium — Columbia, S.C. – Sept. 12, 2015
FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 26, South Carolina 22 – Attendance: 82,178
Team Records and Series Notes
- Kentucky is 2-0, 1-0 in the Southeastern Conference. South Carolina is 1-1, 0-1 in the SEC.
- The Gamecocks lead the all-time series, 17-9-1, including an 8-4-1 all-time mark in games played in Columbia.
(Courtesy Guy Ramsey – UK Athletics) All game, the plays were there to be made.
They were there when UK scored three touchdowns of 35 yards or more in barely a quarter to build a 21-0 lead on UL Lafayette. They were even there as the Wildcat offense stalled and the Ragin’ Cajuns tied the game late on Saturday. Continue reading College Football – UK Wildcats looking for right kind of aggressiveness at South Carolina
By Ricky Blair – On a clear blue sunshiny evening, the Kentucky Wildcats opened their season in the newly renovated Commonwealth Stadium. A new artificial playing surface, new recruiting room, more luxury boxes, a club level seating area, more room in the concourse area for concessions – and yes, even a new press box for the media. Continue reading College Football – Cats hang on for a 40-33 win over Louisiana Lafayette
Annual event to be held Saturday, Aug. 8 at 9 a.m. at Nutter Field House
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky football Fan Day will be held Saturday, Aug. 8 at 9 a.m. inside Nutter Field House, followed by an open practice at approximately 10:45 a.m. at the Tim Couch Practice Fields at the Nutter Training Center. Admission and parking for the event are free of charge.
Kentucky student-athletes and coaches will sign autographs at the annual event from 9–10:15 a.m. New 2015 posters and schedule cards will also be available for pickup. Please note that UK Athletics is requesting autographed items be limited to one per fan.
At the conclusion of the autograph session, fans are invited to attend an open practice at the Tim Coach Practice Fields at the Nutter Training Center that will last from approximately 10:45 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Parking and admission for both portions of the event are free. Parking will be available in the Glenn Nissan Red Lot, Glenn Infiniti of Lexington Green Lot and Glenn Hyundai Blue Lot adjacent to The New CWS and Nutter Field House. Fans may either walk to the open practice or park near the Tim Couch Practice Fields, in the C8 lot behind the right-field fence of Cliff Hagan Stadium, or the three (3) designated Employee lots on Sports Center Drive, north of Cooper.
The event will be part of the opening week of fall camp for the 2015 Kentucky Wildcats, who are scheduled to arrive for camp on Aug. 6 and will participate in UK’s annual media day on Aug. 7. The Wildcats will be preparing for the 2015 season, which opens vs. UL Lafayette at 7 p.m. on Sept. 5 at The New CWS, which will be hosting its first game after a $120 million renovation.
Fans can purchase season tickets, single-game tickets for home and away games, and 2015 mini-packs by visiting ukfootballtix.com.
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