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July 12, 2020

What it takes to become a Kentucky cheerleader

Abbigale Harrison 2:00pm July 12, 2020 7/12/20

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This weekend, Kentucky Cheer selected its 2020-21 squad via recorded tryout videos that were reviewed by coaching staff, the end of a long and grueling process for these dedicated young men and women. How grueling you might ask? Let’s just say it doesn’t happen overnight. Jennifer Creech, a team member on the Blue Squad (the…

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July 5, 2020

NCAA athletes raise concern regarding return to campus

Abbigale Harrison 11:00am July 5, 2020 7/5/20

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Within the last few weeks, student-athletes around the country have begun to return to their respective campuses in the hopes of returning to play later this year. However, with current spikes of COVID-19 recapturing national attention, many athletes are concerned about the future of the fall season and are questioning their return to campus with…

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June 28, 2020

O’Connor continues legacy of greatness at Kentucky Cheer

Abbigale Harrison 11:00am June 28, 2020 6/28/20

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Ryan Martin O’Connor is a force to be reckoned with. Earlier this week, O’Connor was named the head coach of the University of Kentucky’s prestigious cheerleading team. Her hiring follows a team scandal in May that resulted in the firing of coaches including head coach Jomo Thompson, who led Kentucky – the winningest cheerleading program…

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June 20, 2020

SEC, UK honor Juneteenth

Abbigale Harrison 9:00pm June 20, 2020 6/20/20

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The SEC and the University of Kentucky have both tweeted out statements regarding their support and celebration of Juneteenth, a day honoring the commemoration of the emancipation of slaves in the United States. Today we join in recognizing #Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. pic.twitter.com/IiQi3jgSdJ —…

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June 14, 2020

Ja Morant calls on Kentucky judge to remove Confederate statue in downtown Murray

Abbigale Harrison 10:30pm June 14, 2020 6/14/20

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Former Murray State star Ja Morant has called on a Kentucky judge to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee in downtown Murray. Morant’s letter comes in the wake of a Jefferson Davis statue removed from the Capitol rotunda in Frankfort on Saturday. Ja Morant is asking a Kentucky judge to remove a Confederate monument…

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June 7, 2020

UK Remains Leader Among SEC Schools

Abbigale Harrison 6:00pm June 7, 2020 6/7/20

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Kentucky football players, alongside Coach Mark Stoops and Vince Marrow, took to the streets of Lexington on Friday to lead a protest in support of the Black Lives Matter movement that is gripping the nation. Seeing such a large number of team members demonstrating together in support of a unifying cause was awe-inspiring for many…

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May 31, 2020

John Wall, Public Servant

Abbigale Harrison 3:00pm May 31, 2020 5/31/20 Comments Disabled

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We all remember John Wall as one of the legendary members of the 2009-10 men’s basketball team, the beginning of the Calipari era here in Kentucky. How could we forget the John Wall dance that lit up all of my middle school dances? It is forever etched in my memory, for better or for worse.…

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May 18, 2020

A Cheerleader’s Response to Rick Bozich’s Column About Cheerleaders

Abbigale Harrison 11:00pm May 18, 2020 5/18/20

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Is it 2020? I must have forgotten, or been taken back in time when reading Rick Bozich’s column regarding the University of Kentucky cheerleading program’s dismissal of four coaches earlier today. Today is a sad day for the program and the sport (yes, the sport) of cheerleading and it is only exacerbated by Bozich’s out…

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May 17, 2020

Choose Your Socially Distant Kentucky Party Guests

Abbigale Harrison 10:30pm May 17, 2020 5/17/20

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This Friday, Governor Beshear has given Kentuckians the go-ahead to begin having get-togethers of 10 or less, as long as it follows state and federal social distancing guidelines. This will be the first time since March some sense of normalcy will return to the Bluegrass State, along with the openings of restaurants, church services and…

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