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June 2, 2020

Justin Rogers to Report to Campus June 15

Nick Roush 4:30pm June 2, 2020 6/2/20

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The Kentucky football team could be on campus less than two weeks from today. Incoming freshman Justin Rogers is set to report to the University of Kentucky’s campus June 15, he said in an interview on the Dylan & Dylan Sports Podcast. Rogers did not provide any further details, but it’s likely he’ll be accompanied…

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TRANSCRIPT: Vince Marrow talks with KSR about ongoing protests in Kentucky

Jack Pilgrim 2:00pm June 2, 2020 6/2/20

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This morning, Kentucky assistant head coach Vince Marrow joined Kentucky Sports Radio to break down the ongoing protests around the nation and the latest developments in the state, touching on his personal thoughts and how his players are feeling, among other topics. What did Marrow have to say? Check out the entire transcript of the…

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11 Personnel E45: Talkin’ Ball

KSR 1:00pm June 2, 2020 6/2/20 Comments Disabled

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We are living in strange times. Nick Roush and Adam Luckett try to provide a little comfort and add a little normalcy to the chaos in our country by talking football for an hour. It isn’t perfect, but this edition of 11 Personnel might be the escape to the gridiron you need. Highlights: — How…

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Former UK DB Kendall Randolph got a Kendall Randolph tattoo

Drew Franklin 12:00pm June 2, 2020 6/2/20

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Kendall Randolph will never forget his 2017 interception to clinch Kentucky’s victory over Eastern Michigan. He won’t forget it because it’s tattooed to his arm. Randolph was a member of UK’s elite secondary from 2014-2017, and just this week he shared a photo of the new ink on his arm commemorating his most memorable play…

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BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: Football Scheduling Doesn’t Match Our Attitude

Bryan the Intern 10:00am June 2, 2020 6/2/20

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In 2005, the Kentucky football team played 3 non-conference football games.  Louisville, Indiana, and Idaho State.  Remember, it was just an 11-game schedule back then.  Since that year of football, Kentucky has played 14 football seasons under 3 head coaches (Brooks, Phillips, and Stoops).  And in those 14 years of football, Kentucky football has played:…

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June 1, 2020

Mark Stoops Predicts “Big Jump” from Quinton Bohanna in 2020

Nick Roush 11:00pm June 1, 2020 6/1/20

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“I always prefer to say ‘whoa’ than ‘giddy up.’ “ Mark Stoops’ favorite idiom to address a players’ emotion on the field applies to how he foresees one’s future. He learned early as a head that setting expectations too high can have dangerous consequences. When he singles out a player’s progress, that kind of compliment…

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Clemson star receiver Justyn Ross to miss 2020 season, football future in question

Jack Pilgrim 9:00pm June 1, 2020 6/1/20

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One of the best receiver talents in college football will not only miss the 2020 season, but his career could also be in jeopardy. Clemson wide receiver Justyn Ross, who was expected to be Trevor Lawrence’s top target in the passing game this season, has been diagnosed with a congenital fusion in his spine. According…

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Maine Creates the Perfect College Football Schedule Poster

Nick Roush 1:00pm June 1, 2020 6/1/20

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Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the ideal male body captured in totality by the fine folks from the University of Maine. This is the perfect college football poster. You might be asking yourself, “Does an exposed gut make me want to watch Maine football?” But the more pressing question is, “Maine has a…

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May 31, 2020

Five (Creative) Solutions to the Football Dilemma

Wynn McDonald 12:00pm May 31, 2020 5/31/20

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As the calendar flips to June with no sports in sight, the conversation around UK sports has boiled down to two simple questions: will there be football in the fall? And if so, what will it look like? The idea of a shortened, fan-restricted or altered season at Kroger Field this year is a strange…

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May 30, 2020

5 of the Biggest Kentucky Football Recruiting Misses

Nick Roush 7:00pm May 30, 2020 5/30/20

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A week after asking What If? Kentucky Sports Radio will explore a version of the what if question by examining some of the biggest whiffs on the recruiting trail. Super Bowl Champions and first round draft picks could have altered the trajectory of the program if they picked Kentucky on decision day. 5. Jarren Williams…

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June 5, 2020

Kentucky Football team, Mark Stoops to march in Lexington protest

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 8:30am June 5, 2020 6/5/20

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This afternoon, another protest against racial injustice and police violence will take place in downtown Lexington, and some very prominent figures will be at the front of the march. KSR is hearing that members of the Kentucky Football team will participate in the protest, led by Mark Stoops and Courtney Love, former player and current…

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June 4, 2020

Coach Duggs and Tennessee to face Kentucky at 9 pm

Drew Franklin 8:30pm June 4, 2020 6/4/20

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It has been a great run for Gus Duggerton and the Tennessee Volunteers. Coach Duggs, in his first season as head coach of the Vols, has Tennessee sitting at 11-0 and ranked No. 1 after the Vols took down Vanderbilt last night in a close one. Now only Kentucky stands between Tennessee and its first…

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KSR Show Thread 6/4: Freddie Maggard is here!

Jack Pilgrim 9:55am June 4, 2020 6/4/20

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After a day of football talk on Wednesday with Nick Roush, KSR is calling in yet another expert to break down the Cats. This morning, KSR football guru Freddie Maggard is set to throw on his headset and join the show to answer any and all of your gridiron-related questions for two hours. Join in…

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June 3, 2020

REPORT: Linebacker Chris Oats moved to rehabilitation facility

Maggie Davis 10:45pm June 3, 2020 6/3/20

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Nearly two weeks after KSR’s Matt Jones reported Kentucky’s Chris Oats had been admitted into the hospital with a serious medical condition, the linebacker’s health seems to be improving. Oats has been moved out of the hospital and into a rehabilitation facility, according to a new report by Mike Dyer of WCPO in Cincinnati. A…

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Kentucky football’s Tyler Beisner creates non-profit to assist with local youth sports

Jack Pilgrim 5:00pm June 3, 2020 6/3/20

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A very familiar name to the KSR world is doing his part to help during the offseason and beyond. Today, Kentucky wide receiver Tyler Beisner – son of TJ Beisner, the editor of CoachCal.com and former managing editor of KSR – announced he would be creating a non-profit organization dedicated to raising money for youth…

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Weird or Awesome: Kentucky fan’s Snell Yeah tattoo

Drew Franklin 3:30pm June 3, 2020 6/3/20

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Former UK linebacker Kash Daniel has really upped his Twitter game since sports ended and yesterday he shared a funny tweet that included a photo of a die hard Benny Snell fan, complete with a Snell Yeah stomach tattoo. His friend: I’m tellin ya son, ain’t no way you’re a bigger Benny Snell fan than…

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How Former UK Quarterback Will Fidler is Fighting the Battle against Coronavirus

Nick Roush 2:45pm June 3, 2020 6/3/20

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A man who once orchestrated one of Kentucky football’s greatest comebacks is now helping America come back to work from the coronavirus pandemic. A decade after Will Fidler wore Kentucky blue and white, the Henderson, Ky. native owns RGA Enterprises, a chemical plant in Charlotte that produces cleaning products you see on shelves of grocery…

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Kentucky Football’s strength of schedule ranked 10th in SEC

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 12:00pm June 3, 2020 6/3/20

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Earlier this week, BTI teed off on Kentucky’s 2020 football schedule, which he argued is too weak for the current state of the program. Today, CBS Sports’ Tom Fornelli released strength of schedule rankings for all 14 teams in the SEC, and Kentucky’s 2020 slate came in at…No. 10. According to Fornelli’s methodology, the Cats’…

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Legendary Tennessee coach Johnny Majors passes away

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 11:30am June 3, 2020 6/3/20

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The Southeastern Conference has lost another legend. Johnny Majors, who won SEC Player of the Year at Tennessee in 1955 and 1956 and led the Vols to three SEC Championships as head coach from 1977-92, passed away at the age of 85. As a triple-threat tailback in Knoxville, Majors rushed for 549 yards and seven…

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June 2, 2020

UK Athletics urges Big Blue Nation to fight racism and bigotry

Jack Pilgrim 11:00pm June 2, 2020 6/2/20

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UK Athletics has released a statement on the recent and continued racial injustices going on throughout the United States. After the recent killings George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, among countless others, UK Athletics urged the Big Blue Nation to stand against racism and bigotry. “Our student-athletes inspire. They uplift. They lead,” the statement…

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