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July 16, 2020

Governor Beshear thinks sports with fans this fall is a “real possibility”

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:00pm July 16, 2020 7/16/20

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Whether or not there will be sports this fall is a question on all of our minds, and this morning, Governor Andy Beshear gave us a glimmer of hope. During a surprise call to Kentucky Sports Radio, Beshear said he believes that if everyone wears a mask and practices social distancing, sports — including a…

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BREAKING: Terry Wilson has cut off all his hair

Jack Pilgrim 7:00am July 16, 2020 7/16/20

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Kentucky quarterback Terry Wilson has chopped off all his hair, the first haircut he’s received since the eighth grade. In an update on his Instagram page Wednesday, Wilson posted a video leaving the barber with a clean cut and his dreadlocks in a bag. “Yes sir. Dreads gone, man,” Wilson said. Terry Wilson cut off…

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July 15, 2020

SEC considering 10-game season, potentially with non-conference games

Jack Pilgrim 9:15pm July 15, 2020 7/15/20

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The SEC is considering a change to its college football season, and it’s one fans aren’t necessarily expecting. During a meeting this week at the league headquarters, SEC athletic directors discussed a potential move to a 10-game schedule, including eight conference games and two non-conference games. Such a move would help facilitate the busy slate…

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Duffy, Kinnard named Preseason All-Americans by Phil Steele

Drew Franklin 5:00pm July 15, 2020 7/15/20

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There are nine Kentucky Wildcats named to the All-SEC teams in Phil Steele’s 2020 College Football Preview. Nine! Drake Jackson was named First Team Center; Darian Kinnard, First Team Offensive Tackle; Max Duffy, First Team Punter; Landon Young, Second Team Offensive Tackle; Quinton Bohanna, Second Team Defensive Lineman; Boogie Watson, Second Team Linebacker; Josh Ali,…

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Michigan updates ticket policy for limited fans this season (if it happens at all)

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 12:00pm July 15, 2020 7/15/20

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How will Kentucky adjust its ticket policy for limited capacity at Kroger Field this season? Michigan may have provided the blueprint. This morning, the Wolverines released their plan for tickets if the 2020 season takes place. Emphasis on the “if.” “The University of Michigan Athletic Department announced today that if U-M is able to have…

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Nine Kentucky Wildcats Named All-SEC by Phil Steele

Nick Roush 11:00am July 15, 2020 7/15/20

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When Kentucky fans flip through Phil Steele’s 2020 College Football Preview, on the SEC page they will find nine Wildcats on the All-SEC Team. Kentucky’s All-SEC class is headlined by a pair of players from the Big Blue Wall, Drake Jackson and Darian Kinnard. 2019 Ray Guy Award winner Max Duffy rounds out UK’s first…

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July 14, 2020

The eight randomest questions surrounding the 2020 college football season

Aaron Torres 8:00pm July 14, 2020 7/14/20

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It’s no secret that the last few days haven’t been, umm, inspiring around the college football world. From the Ivy League postponing fall sports, to the Big Ten and Pac-12 going conference only and none other than Greg Sankey putting a wet blanket on the start of the season, things aren’t exactly moving in the…

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7 Things We’ll Miss from SEC Media Days

Nick Roush 5:00pm July 14, 2020 7/14/20

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If 2020 was a normal year, today KSR would be reporting to you live from the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, Georgia as Mark Stoops prepared to take the podium at SEC Media Days. Instead, college football fans everywhere are crossing their fingers, hoping that a season can still happen this fall. If…

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Brooks, Maxey, Sestina and 88 other Wildcats make SEC First-Year Honor Roll

Drew Franklin 2:30pm July 14, 2020 7/14/20

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First-year student-athletes at the University of Kentucky shined in the classroom with 91 Wildcats occupying spots on the Southeastern Conference’s First-Year Academic Honor Roll. To make the 2019-20 First-Year Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete had to maintain a 3.0 GPA (among other requirements) in their coursework from the 2019 summer semester through this past spring…

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11 Personnel E50: Buying Time during what would have been SEC Media Days

KSR 11:30am July 14, 2020 7/14/20

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While the Big Ten and Pac-12 completely rearrange their football teams’ fall schedules, the 11 Personnel crew is standing strong. Nick Roush and Adam Luckett discuss the latest SEC football news from Birmingham before they share what they will miss most from SEC Media Days, an event that was scheduled to take this week in…

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September 22, 2013

Will the Gators Be Better Without Driskel?

Corey Nichols 7:00pm September 22, 2013 9/22/13

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“CHARLIE TYLER MURPHY!” -Rick James We spent a small amount of time yesterday quietly celebrating the injury to Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel; celebrating because the small flame of hope had found some kindling, and quietly because it’s a douche move to be happy with an injury.  And we’re not happy, per se, just hopeful. Until…

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SEC: Losing Mojo, or Just More Lopsided?

Corey Nichols 5:45pm September 22, 2013 9/22/13

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It’s hard to say the word “mojo” in my head without immediately saying “Jojo” afterward. Here’s something you’ve probably heard from your Big 12 friends before: the SEC is overrated.  They say it every year through the regular season, and then bowl games start, and there’s not really much left to say.  Seven years running…

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Florida Opens As A 13 Point Favorite

Andrew Cassady 1:25pm September 22, 2013 9/22/13

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No Quarterback? No problem. At least that’s what the folks in Vegas seem to think according to the latest odds. Kentucky will be a 13 point underdog on their home turf when they try to end the 26 year streak next Saturday under the lights. Considering Louisville only opened as a 7 point favorite the…

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Best Case/Worst Case For The Next Three Games

Andrew Cassady 1:00pm September 22, 2013 9/22/13

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When the schedule was released you had to circle the four games from Louisville to Alabama and know that the Cats were facing one of the toughest stretches in the country. After one week of to prepare the team will be right in the thick of things as they are likely to be double digit…

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NFL Cats In Week 3 Action

Andrew Cassady 11:30am September 22, 2013 9/22/13

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Week 3 of the NFL offers plenty of intriguing match-ups and a chance to see who is legit around the league. So far this year the League has offered up several surprises with teams like the Chiefs rising to a 3-0 record. This week our former Cats are back in action as all of them…

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September 21, 2013

College Football Players Protest NCAA With “APU” Gear

Will Totten 7:30pm September 21, 2013 9/21/13

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  The topic of the NCAA’s treatment and compensation of their athletes has been a hot button issue in the last couple of years, and it seems as though some players and certain organizations have taken to public demonstrations in their attempt to create an “athlete-driven national movement”.  Players from Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Northwestern…

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Florida QB Jeff Driskel Leaves Tennessee Game On Crutches

Will Totten 5:15pm September 21, 2013 9/21/13

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  In the first quarter of #19 Florida’s game today against Tennessee, QB Jeff Driskel went down with an ankle injury and walked to the locker room on crutches after throwing a pick-6. Florida’s offense has been anything but dominant throughout the early portion of this season so losing their starting QB to injury for…

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Can Max Smith Bounce Back?

Andrew Cassady 2:30pm September 21, 2013 9/21/13

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September 26th, 2012. Max Smith is diagnosed with a seperated shoulder following Kentucky’s loss to Western. Despite reports things were okay Smith would only attempt one more pass before taking off the rest of the season in an attempt to let things heal. Then this summer on the radio show Smith shocked many fans when…

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Bye Week Blues: What to Watch With The Cats At Home

Andrew Cassady 11:30am September 21, 2013 9/21/13

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Well the Cats have a bye week and we enter the no man’s land of the college football season. It’s too late in the year for marquee non-conference matchups and it’s too early in the year for Conference play to be going full force. Still there will be a lot of football to be played…

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September 20, 2013

Football staff working hard to keep 2014 recruiting class intact

Drew Franklin 2:00pm September 20, 2013 9/20/13

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None of the current class of 2014 UK football commits are showing any signs of wavering — Darius West insists he’s still 100% after visiting Michigan State with his cousin — but the coaching staff is still doing its part in making sure everyone stays on board. For instance, Vince Marrow will travel to Columbus,…

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