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September 13, 2013

Scouting the enemy: Louisville Cardinals

Stuart Hammer 2:15pm September 13, 2013 9/13/13

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This weekend will be a brand new experience for Kentucky football; it is facing a rival at home with a new coach, new philosophies, and an explosive new offensive attack. Things are looking up, but just how far up? Sure, Western Kentucky was a “rivalry” game and it didn’t pan out, and the offense dominated…

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Great moments in UK/UofL history: 1994

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 12:30pm September 13, 2013 9/13/13

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Our favorite people over at KyWildcatsTV are putting together some clips of great moments in Governor’s Cup history to get fans ready for tomorrow’s game. We’ll be bringing them to you throughout the day, starting with Antonio O’Ferral’s fourth quarter touchdown to give the Cats the victory in “Game One” of the modern Governor’s Cup…

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Jason Hatcher’s mother now cheers for the Cats, not the Cards

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:45am September 13, 2013 9/13/13

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Donna Curry, freshman DE Jason Hatcher’s mother, LOVES the University of Louisville. She was born in Louisville, grew up a Louisville fan, and even has a whole room in her house dedicated to the Cards. So, when her son chose Kentucky over her beloved Cardinals, things got a little awkward. The Courier-Journal’s Steve Jones interviewed…

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BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: UK-UL Game Records, Will Any Be Broken?

Bryan the Intern 9:00am September 13, 2013 9/13/13

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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the modern Governor’s Cup and we have seen some amazing performances from both sides over the years.  Below you will find some of the individual and team records since the series renewed.  And my question is fairly simple: Which of these records is most likely to be broken…

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September 12, 2013

The Leach Report

Tom Leach 8:30pm September 12, 2013 9/12/13

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“If we played 10 games, they might nine but not…this…game.” “No one, and I mean no one, comes into our house and pushes us around.” “Life is this game of inches–and so is football….The inches we need are everywhere around us, in every break of the game, every minute, every second. On this team, we…

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Can The Cats Win The Battle on The Ground?

Andrew Cassady 5:30pm September 12, 2013 9/12/13

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When it comes to the Cats and the Cards on the field the team that wins the rushing war wins the game.  An interesting claim and one that John Clay created a spreadsheet to verify with a resounding “True.” The Saturday the Cards will bring one of the nation’s most efficient offenses into Lexington to…

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Za’Darius Smith makes Deadspin’s Week 2 Lowsman Trophy Watch

Drew Franklin 4:30pm September 12, 2013 9/12/13

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Deadspin’s Lowsman Trophy Watch recognizes defenders, linemen and other dark horses in college football who won’t win the Heisman Trophy. It’s designated for the game’s best players with little to no recognition from the SportsCenter coverage, highlight packages and Heisman discussion. It’s for the guys not named Johnny Manzeil, Tajh Boyd, Teddy Bridgewater, or Braxton…

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Breakdown: Kentucky vs. Louisville

Stuart Hammer 3:00pm September 12, 2013 9/12/13

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It’s hard to say exactly what kind of game we will get this weekend. On one hand, we know Louisville has a great team with solid leadership and a potent offense led by a Heisman Trophy candidate. On the other hand, they have executed two blowout games against teams that hardly belonged on the same…

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Which Way Will It Go?

Duncan Cavanah 12:00pm September 12, 2013 9/12/13

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Don’t look now, but at noon eastern, approximately the same moment that this post is bestowed upon the world, we will sit just 48 hours from kickoff of the Kentucky – Louisville football game.  As the remaining hours until kickoff slowly creep by, I become more and more aware of an internal conflict as to…

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BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: Does the UK-UL game Normally Go as Predicted?

Bryan the Intern 9:00am September 12, 2013 9/12/13

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The majority of people think they know how Saturday’s game is likely to go.  Certainly, the people betting on the game seem to be throwing their money around towards UL as the spread has gone from 10 to 15 points in 4 days, which is fairly astronomical in betting terms.  And normally, the odds-makers know…

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August 14, 2020

WATCH: Benny Snell and Kash Daniel star in new local commercial

Zack Geoghegan 7:00pm August 14, 2020 8/14/20

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We’re used to seeing Benny Snell and Kash Daniel on our television screens, but they usually aren’t hitting golf balls or swinging bats. The two former Kentucky Football stars have teamed up for the first time since college in a new UK Federal Credit Union commercial and it’s everything you might have expected: Kash’s flow…

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Mike Edwards is the first player to pick off Tom Brady as a Buccaneer

Jack Pilgrim 6:00pm August 14, 2020 8/14/20

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Tom Brady, ever heard of him? Arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history made a league-altering decision this spring, leaving the New England Patriots after 20 years with the organization in favor of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As he gets used to life in Tampa, a former Wildcat gave him a warm welcome in practice…

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OVC planning for fall AND spring football

Jack Pilgrim 5:00pm August 14, 2020 8/14/20

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Forget having one college football season, the Ohio Valley Conference is planning to have two. According to Pete Thamel of Yahoo! Sports, the OVC Presidents voted to allow schools to play four non-conference games in the fall, followed by an additional seven-game conference schedule in the spring. Source: The OVC Presidents voted that the schools…

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Louisville plans to play college football with fans this fall

Jack Pilgrim 4:00pm August 14, 2020 8/14/20

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The Louisville Cardinals are planning to play college football this fall, and they hope to do so with fans in the stands. Barring an update from the ACC Medical Advisory Group telling them otherwise, Louisville Director of Athletics Vince Tyra released an announcement this afternoon confirming that the school will play football this fall. “As…

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A reminder that Kentucky’s Big Blue Wall is very good

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 3:15pm August 14, 2020 8/14/20

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It’s a somewhat slow Friday afternoon in sports (which honestly feels a little eerie given the chaos of this week), so let’s take a moment and give some praise to a unit of the Kentucky Football team that can never get enough: the Big Blue Wall. This morning, Pro Football Focus’ Brent Rollins tweeted this…

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SEC coaches fighting over schedules during a pandemic is so SEC

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 2:00pm August 14, 2020 8/14/20

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Even during a pandemic, the SEC is gonna SEC. According to Pete Thamel, yesterday’s conference call between the league’s coaches got heated after several coaches complained about the lack of transparency in how the additional two games were chosen for each squad. Sources: The SEC coaches call on Thursday became contentious. At least five SEC coaches…

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Kentucky ranks ahead of Louisville in Pac-12 and Big Ten-less preseason Top 25

Nick Roush 12:00pm August 14, 2020 8/14/20

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You don’t need to play the Governor’s Cup to know that Kentucky is better than Louisville on the football field. The annual season-ending rivalry game has been put on hold for the 2020 college football season as the SEC moves to a conference-only schedule. The unique schedule is just one of seemingly a zillion changes…

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August 13, 2020

5 things that need to happen to get football on the field this fall

Aaron Torres 8:00pm August 13, 2020 8/13/20

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It really is wild to think about how much the college sports landscape has changed in the last few days. Remember, it was just eight days ago that the Big Ten proudly trotted out their fall football schedule, with games kicking off on September 5th. Less than a week later, the season – along with…

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NCAA grants transfer waiver for UNLV guard Caleb Grill

Jack Pilgrim 5:30pm August 13, 2020 8/13/20

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Another day, another approved transfer waiver from the NCAA for a player not named Olivier Sarr or Joey Gatewood. This afternoon, Stadium’s Jeff Goodman broke the news that UNLV point guard Caleb Grill will be instantly eligible this season after receiving a waiver from the NCAA. Grill, a 6-foot-3 guard native of Maize, KS, transferred…

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Former UK Football Star Quentin McCord Dead at 42

Nick Roush 4:35pm August 13, 2020 8/13/20

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Former Kentucky football star wide receiver Quentin McCord has passed away. He was 42. One of Tim Couch’s favorite targets in Hal Mumme’s Air Raid offense, McCord caught passes for the Wildcats from 1996-00. He finished his career with 112 receptions for 1,743 yards and 15 touchdowns. He ranks sixth in school history in career…

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