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The Kind Of College Career End We All Dream Of

Vicky Graff Photo By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky record-setting quarterback Lynn Bowden had a fairy-tale ending to his UK football career. Not only did Kentucky beat Virginia Tech 37-30 in the Belk Bowl Tuesday, the go-ahead score came on a perfectly thrown pass by Bowden — the receiver turned quarterback who was a

2019 A Year To Look Back At

By LARRY VAUGHT As we bring 2019 to a close, it really has been another remarkable year for University of Kentucky athletics. So many teams and individual athletes had sensational performances that UK fans won’t forget for quite a few years. We all had our favorite moments/memories, but here is my top

Bowden’s heroics made it a season to remember

CHARLOTTE, N.C.— What began as a promising season turned out to be a memorable one for Kentucky. The Wildcats opened with two consecutive victories before veteran quarterback Terry Wilson went down with a season-ending injury. The Wildcats then turned to Troy transfer Sawyer Smith, who was solid – and heartbreaking -

Kash-ing In With Kentucky’s Memorable Senior Linebacker

Kash Daniel finished his Kentucky career with a team-high eight tackles against Virgnia Tech on Tuesday. (UK Athletics photo) CHARLOTTE, N.C.— Kash Daniel’s collegiate football career came to an end in the Belk Bowl on Tuesday and it was a moment he won’t forget.  Daniel recorded eight tackles, including six of the

Bowden Does It With His Legs — And Then Arm — To Lift Cats In Belk Bowl

Kentucky's Lynn Bowden rushed for 233 yards and two touchdowns and threw the game-winning touchdown pass in a 37-31 win over Virginia Tech. (UK Athletics photo) CHARLOTTE, N.C.— Lynn Bowden’s last play as a collegiate football player was a touchdown pass that will be remembered for years to come and one

Richards, Maxey Win USBWA National Honors

Richards, Maxey named national player, freshman of the week after win over Louisville Written by UK staff ST. LOUIS – Big-time performances typically garner big-time awards. Kentucky men’s basketball players Nick Richards and Tyrese Maxey picked up two more honors Tuesday following their difference-making efforts in UK’s win over No. 3/4 Louisville,

Kentucky Teammates Faith Fueled: ‘He’s Living Proof That God Is Real’

CHARLOTTE, N.C.— Calvin Taylor Jr. still marvels at Josh Paschal’s miraculous comeback from a cancer scare. “He doesn’t even know this, but he’s real influential with my faith and just believing in God,” Taylor said. “He’s living proof that God is real. It’s an amazing story.” The University of Kentucky teammates became