It’s a glass-is-half-full kind of day here at KSR, so we’re happy to announce that the University of Kentucky has the 13th best football facilities in the Southeastern Conference. ESPN released its rankings of SEC facilities today and UK finished one spot ahead of Vanderbilt at No. 13.
Here’s what the Worldwide Leader had to say:
13. Kentucky: Kentucky: The Nutter Training Facility has been Kentucky’s football home since 1987. New practice fields were added in 2005, and the complex is highlighted by a 9,000-square foot weight room and new locker room. The Nutter Field House includes a 100-yard practice field, and Commonwealth Stadium has a new locker room complex as well as new video boards and audio system.
Kentucky fans should be careful in saying, “at least UK isn’t last.” Vanderbilt, which currently has the SEC’s worst facilities, is adding a new indoor practice facility, a new locker room, a new field, and a new team meeting room over the next two years. That means UK is on its way to that last place spot very soon.
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