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Kentucky will open the season at Auburn

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The SEC has spoken and Kentucky will open the 2020 football season at Auburn on September 26. Here are all of the Week 1 games:

Auburn leads the series against Kentucky 26-6-1, most recently beating the Cats 30-27 on a Thursday night in October 2015 and 37-34 in October 2010. Kentucky’s last win over the Tigers came the year before, a 21-14 victory in Jordan-Hare Stadium on October 17, 2009.

The rest of Kentucky’s 2020 schedule will be unveiled tonight on the SEC Network at 7 p.m. ET.

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27 Comments for Kentucky will open the season at Auburn

  1. dukeisking
    3:07 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    0-1 first week.

    • 2Dogs
      3:18 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      Astute observation. Check back with us after Duke’s first game at Notre Dame.

    • dukeisking
      3:38 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      0-1. I said what I said!!

    • Bluehender
      3:19 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      2Dogs told your a$$

    • FinnaGoHAM
      4:37 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      I hope duke is the name of your dog. Otherwise, you’ve made some poor life choices. Also, dukeisking is an oxymoron. You, personally, can drop the oxy.

  2. FloridaCat88
    3:07 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    I like our chances..

  3. Catcasey1
    3:08 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    They won’t play

    • 4everUKBlue
      7:01 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      Depends on when the Plandemic Lockdown II starts. Maybe on 9-11?

  4. CJKAssassin123
    3:09 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    Wow I was hearing it was going to be @ Florida at Auburn isn’t Terrible it’s actually kind of funny because it’s exactly where Joey Gatewood came from. If he gets eligibile he could come in the game and be the tigers downfall.

  5. Headhurts
    3:13 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    Week 1 leans in favor of the SEC big boys limiting upset potential.

    • 2Dogs
      3:19 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      Auburn’s qb is still wet behind the ears. I like it.

  6. BigBluSoTru
    3:19 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    !.Matt on teiter says we are beating Auburn
    2. Says nothing to lose shock the world
    3. Coblic says we ar #5 in SEC above Auburn

    So Matts nothing to lose and shock the world can’t be used we have no excuse to lose if we are picked above them and Matt says we are better

  7. BBN4LIFE03
    3:24 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    We can do it

  8. bbn606
    3:27 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    This is the best matchup in week 1.

  9. dukeisking
    3:41 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    UK QB coming off a MAJOR injury and the first time being tackled will be in an actual game. Not in practice where he will the defense will not be allowed to tackle him. 0-1 like I said!! Auburn ain’t the Belk Bowl opponent?

    • runningunnin.454
      4:08 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      Ha ha ha; Blew Devils lead the nation in Div I football WINLESS seasons. What exactly is duke king of…nerds?

  10. FinnaGoHAM
    3:45 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    I challenge any of you to create a less-inspiring Week One schedule. The SEC had a chance to really make a statement the first week with several BIG match-ups. With most publications having six SEC teams in the preseason Top 25 we get ZERO matchups between ranked teams (Yes, Sporting News has us ranked #23, but no one trumpets the SN rankings on their commercials). Maybe they assume we’ll all just be grateful to have some/any football that we’ll accept whatever match-ups they want to dump on us.

    • T-Town Cat
      4:16 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      I agree. They could have started with a bang to get the nation’s attention, but instead gave the top 4 or 5 cupcakes.

  11. oldfanallin
    4:11 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    If we get to play this schedule, the record will say who UK is. Debate is useless. Play the games, see who they beat and who they don’t. We will fimd out exactly how far Coach Stoops has brought the program.

  12. michaelb
    4:12 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    I see people overselling Auburn , under selling Kentucky … love it … we kick the most ass like this

  13. gasman01
    4:35 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    A lot will depend on Terry’s rust. Been a long time since he’s been under center. If he plays well, we have a real shot at this one. This would give us that 1 win no one was expecting.

  14. Hot Stuff Eddie Gilbert
    4:55 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    This is is a lot different that Stoops usual opening game of EKU or Toledo.

  15. Lip Man 1
    5:02 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    Schedule doesn’t do UK any favors. Assuming they play we’ll find out quickly if they are contenders or pretenders.

  16. mashburnfan1
    5:22 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    @Eddie-all teams usually start the season vs a nobody, the fact we normally play a MAC team is better than what most play.
    @oldfan-if you can’t already see how far Stoops and Staff have brought the program you are blind or just stupid.
    @dukeking you are right, Auburn aint the Belk Bowl opponent…that opponent currently has the longest Bowl appearance streak in the Nation at 27 or so, Auburn does not. That opponent got to play us with a wr at qb and knowing we would run the ball 98% of the time, Auburn does not have that luxury. Is a tough game, heck it is on the road in the SEC which is the best conf in football by far. I like the team we have to have to battle just an sec schedule. We have lots of experience, very good depth, great lines on both sides, a coaching that staff that has learned alot over the last 7 years and a QB that has some experience and if he plays to his ability we will be very good. If we were in Big 10 {or how many teams they actually have} we would be contenders for sure, may still be in SEC who knows. I do know with the previous staff we would be staring right at an 1-9 or 0-10 season with maybe 3 close games and all others blowouts.

  17. BrnGrubb003
    5:27 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

    I love the matchup, but I’m a little worried. It seems like Stoop’s teams really hit their stride about game 3. This may be too early to challenge a quality opponent. Agree or disagree?

    • dcforuk
      6:27 pm August 17, 2020 Permalink

      Disagree. I think we win this. Experience trumps all things equal talent wise and we are there talent wise.