No Excuses, Please

Kentucky fans showed up in full force for Missouri. Will they do the same for Chattanooga? (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – All last week, after his team piled up 45 points and an impressive 554 yards of total offense in the opener, all Kentucky coach Mark Stoops heard was, “Well, it was against

Bus Driver Leads UK Volleyball Into Battle

(LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Kentucky Volleyball faces a huge challenge this weekend. It’s the kind of challenge that has both players and coaches primed for battle. You’re on the road, behind enemy lines in hostile territory, and facing a formidable top-ranked foe. “Oh yeah, I’ll be ready,” Coach Craig Skinner said at

Nice Appetizer, But What’s For Dinner?

Will Levis and Wan'Dale Robinson celebrate one of what many hope will be many more scores (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – After the forgettable first series against ULM last Saturday, the rest of Kentucky’s impressive 45 – 10 season-opening romp finally made a believer out of me. Well, kind of. You see, I’m a skeptic

A Kinder, Gentler Mark Stoops?

The "new" Mark Stoops roams the sidelines in opener versus ULM (Photo Credit Dr. Michael Huang) (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Does anyone remember the volatile Mark Stoops—the one who would fly off the handle at the first sign of a missed assignment, an inopportune lapse in judgment, or a blown official’s call? If

Ready or Not

Kroger Field returning to full capacity may be just what's needed for another breakthrough Kentucky Football season. (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – If it were up to football coaches, the regular season would never begin. I get it. From their standpoint, there’s always more preparation to do, plays to refine, and personnel