Curiosity won’t kill these Cats, but expectations just might. In one of the most highly anticipated seasons in UK Football history, hopes are already running rampant across the Bluegrass State. Last year’s on-the-field successes together with another Mark Stoops/Vince Marrow recruiting bonanza have combined for an upcoming perfect storm of a triumphant gridiron campaign. Continue reading Great Expectations
Abule Abadi-Fitzgerald, Defensive Lineman, 6-6, 260, Fr-HS, Lakeland, Fla. (Victory Christian Academy) –Recorded 24 tackles, along with two sacks and 13 quarterback hurries in 2016 for coach Tommy Lewis at Victory Christian Academy … Named second-team All-County and Florida All-State Class 2A honorable mention as a senior in helping the Storm finish 10-2 overall … Continue reading UK Football – 2017 KENTUCKY FOOTBALL SIGNEES
Junior wide receiver caught 31 passes for 670 yards and four touchdowns in 2016
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky football wide receiver Jeff Badet has announced his plan to transfer, head coach Mark Stoops announced today. Badet, a junior in eligibility, is on track to graduate in May with a degree in agricultural economics and plans to play his final season for another program. Continue reading UK Football’s Jeff Badet Announces Plan to Transfer
Are you looking for the perfect conversation starter at your annual Christmas party this year? Are you tired of all the Trump talk at holiday family get-togethers? Scared of gossiping about your boss around the water cooler at work? Continue reading College Football – Seasonal Highs and Lows
Written by Betty Collins about Will Thomas Collins
He has spent his whole life loving Kentucky Football. From the youngest age he would watch and cheer for the Cats; in his living room, in his aunt and uncle’s den, in restaurants, and sometimes from the stands at Commonwealth Stadium. Will Thomas Collins, AKA Will Tom or Taco Meat has always loved Kentucky Football. Continue reading Will Thomas Collins from Breathitt to Lexington
Rivalry games can bring out the best and the worst of teams. Today’s game pitting No. 11 Louisville verses unranked Kentucky was no different. Favored to lose by 26 points, the Wildcats pulled off the improbable 41 – 38 upset with the help of 581 yards of total offense and four Lamar Jackson turnovers. Continue reading College Football – Cards Fall to Kentucky in a Thriller
Oh no, not again was exactly what the sparse crowd at Commonwealth Stadium and Wildcat fans across the land was thinking after watching Austin Peay jump out to a 7-0 lead after one quarter of play. Things could have been much worse as Austin Peay marched down the field on the opening drive to the UK 12 but threw an interception. UK could not capitalize and had to punt after gaining just 4 yards. Austin Peay would again march down the field and score on a 17 yard rush from Kente Williams. Continue reading UK Football – Oh No, Not Again
36 points, 635 yards in total offense to 599, 443 yards rushing compared to 376, 5 running backs over 70 yards each compared to 3 over 90, 29 first downs for both teams and 84 total plays compared to 59, and finally time of possession 35:21 compared to 24:39. All of these totals belong to the losing team. Yes, the Kentucky Wildcats put up all these numbers and LOST!!! Tennessee scored 14 in the 1st, 7 in the 2nd, 14 in the 3rd and 4th. Tennessee had 29 1st downs on just 59 plays. Literally a first down every 2 plays. Continue reading UK drops another winnable game at Tennessee
Lexington, KY – Both teams seemed to be very evenly matched throughout the hard fought game Saturday night at Commonwealth Stadium., But as time ticked off the clock and with 3 seconds left in the game, Rodrigo Blackenship kicked a 25 yard field goal as time expired to give the Bulldogs a 27-24 victory over the Wildcats. Continue reading Kentucky Loses on last second Field Goal, misses on Golden opportunity to take possession of 1st place in the East.
UK had Georgia on the run and unfortunately in what has become a much too familiar happening, UK had a 3rd quarter meltdown where they lost a fumble and tossed an interception to keep Georgia alive. UK’s defense was strong most of the game, but being on the field alot in the second half wore them down and allowed Georgia to move down the field to get in to field goal range. It was a disappointing loss for a UK team that had turned their season around. The Cats have at least one more very winnable game this season to get to the coveted Bowl Eligible 6 wins.