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May 14, 2020

SEC establishes medical task force to advise ahead of return to sports

Nick Roush 1:00pm May 14, 2020 5/14/20

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As the Southeastern Conference prepares for the return of college sports from the coronavirus pandemic, the SEC will receive receive assistance from the brightest minds the conference has to offer. Thursday afternoon the SEC revealed it has created a task force comprised of medical professionals from each of its 14 member schools. The SEC’s Return…

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LISTEN: Andy Beshear Discusses Reopening Kentucky on Kentucky Sports Radio

Nick Roush 12:00pm May 14, 2020 5/14/20

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Governor Andy Beshear joined Matt Jones Thursday morning on Kentucky Sports Radio to discuss the state of the Commonwealth as Kentucky prepares to reopen from coronavirus closures. Beshear’s visit to KSR is almost two months after he first appeared on the show in the wake of the cancellation of the SEC Tournament. At that time,…

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May 13, 2020

Work on the Farm is Keeping Landon Young in Shape during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Nick Roush 12:00pm May 13, 2020 5/13/20 Comments Disabled

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Quarantine living comes along with many negative side effects. Often times people will find themselves itching to get out of their homes to do just about anything. Landon Young has certainly felt an itch. It’s just from all the hay he’s pushing around his family’s farm. Kentucky’s starting left tackle is entering his fifth and…

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Mark Emmert says NCAA will not dictate the start date for return to college sports

Nick Roush 10:45am May 13, 2020 5/13/20

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The president of the NCAA is washing his hands on an important matter and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Mark Emmert, public enemy No. 1 in some circles, said Tuesday the NCAA will not oversee a uniform return to college sports. He told ESPN those decisions will be left up to local officials. “Normally, there’s…

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May 12, 2020

REPORT: NBA and NBPA are “increasingly optimistic” season will resume

Zack Geoghegan 11:45pm May 12, 2020 5/12/20 Comments Disabled

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We might just crown a 2020 NBA Champion after all. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, members of both the NBA and National Basketball Players Association came out of a conference call on Tuesday feeling “increasingly positive about the league’s momentum toward a resumption of play this season.” Reports have been surfacing all over the place…

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The Hypothetical COVID-19 “Bus Ride” Non-Conference Kentucky Basketball Schedule

Drew Franklin 3:45pm May 12, 2020 5/12/20

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College basketball will be played. It’s a matter of when it will be played and how it will be played. Some people are of the opinion that it will still be played with fans; others see a world that isn’t close to ready to put hundreds (and definitely not thousands) of people together in one place again. The…

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May 11, 2020

Major League Baseball Proposing Fourth of July Return Without Fans

Nick Roush 3:30pm May 11, 2020 5/11/20

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Hot Dogs. Fireworks. Baseball. America. All four may unite in time for our nation to celebrate its 244th Independence Day. Ken Rosenthal reports Major League Baseball owners have approved a plan that will begin the 2020 season. The plan will be submitted to the players’ union tomorrow. If approved, the Associated Press reports the delayed…

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The Nutter Field House Hospital has closed

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 11:00am May 11, 2020 5/11/20

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Last month, the University of Kentucky transformed the Nutter Field House, the football team’s indoor facility, into a 400-bed field hospital for an anticipated surge in COVID-19 cases. Today, the field hospital closed without treating a single patient. UK Spokesman Jay Blanton told LEX18 that Chandler Medical Center has enough hospital beds reserved to handle…

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May 10, 2020

Feed the Front Line Kentucky is helping feed healthcare workers through local support

Zack Geoghegan 7:30pm May 10, 2020 5/10/20 Comments Disabled

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Healthcare workers are the most essential people in our society right now, and you can help support them. Feed the Front Line Kentucky is a nonprofit organization that was recently established by a group of University of Kentucky graduates. They have two main goals: to provide meals to all front line healthcare workers in the…

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Shaquille O’Neal says the NBA should “scrap the season”

Zack Geoghegan 1:00pm May 10, 2020 5/10/20

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The higher-ups within the NBA are going to do everything in their power to ensure they finish the 2019-20 season, but at least one prominent voice in basketball doesn’t agree. Future Hall of Famer and current analyst for TNT, Shaquille O’Neal, isn’t a fan of the idea that the NBA might find a way to…

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