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Mark Stoops Ready And Willing To Give Back To Help During Uncertain Times

By LARRY VAUGHT During Mark Stoops’ 45-minute video conference with media members Friday it was very obvious he was deeply worried about his players’ and staff’s safety during this coronavirus outbreak. He also didn’t hesitate when asked about coaches giving up portions of their salaries or making charitable contributions because of the

Player Safety, Health Top Priority For UK’s Stoops In Midst Of Crisis

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — Mark Stoops wasn’t surprised when spring practice came to a screeching halt earlier this month because of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. “Just prior to spring break, things were changing daily and by the hour,” the Kentucky coach said in a teleconference with reporters Friday. “We had

Mitch Barnhart extends Football Season Tickets Renewal

Changes to season ticket renewal timeline Written by UK staff LEXINGTON, Ky. – UK Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart sent the message below to fans detailing changes to the football season ticket renewal timeline in light of the ongoing response to COVID-19: From Mitch: Football Season Tickets Update These are trying times for our state,

Frank Buffano Steps into New Role as Safeties Coach

Former Youngstown State assistant coach spent last seven seasons as director of operations Written by UK staff LEXINGTON, Ky. – After seven years as the director of football operations for Kentucky football, Frank Buffano has accepted a new role as the safeties coach, head coach Mark Stoops announced today. “I’m so happy to

Jovon Bouknight Named Wide Receivers Coach

2005 Biletnikoff Award semifinalist ranked in the top 20 nationally in receiving yards and receptions at Wyoming Written by UK staff LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky head football coach Mark Stoops has named Jovon Bouknight (pronounced Juh-vonn Bo-night) the wide receivers coach, he announced Tuesday. Bouknight comes to the Bluegrass after one season as the wide

Wilson Out, But QB Depth Not An Issue As Cats Open Spring Practice

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — Terry Wilson is nearly fully recovered from his knee injury, but the Kentucky quarterback won’t be participating when the Wildcats open spring practice Tuesday. Wilson injured his knee last September and will continue to get back into playing shape  as well as Nik Scalzo, who also

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