Moral Victories Stink More Than Ever

Georgia fans love making the trip to Lexington. After all, what’s not to love? A winning trifecta at Keeneland followed by a predictable romp over the Wildcats are what perfect fall weekends are made of. Granted, Keeneland was shut down due to the pandemic, but after the Bulldogs (4-1) drove

‘CATS LOSE TO OLE MISS IN STUNNING FASHION: C’MON MAN!

BY Bill Crockett (MANCHESTER, Ky.) — Coach Mark Stoops’ recent success notwithstanding, UK’s long-suffering fan base has witnessed this same scenario play out countless times over the years.  An excruciating 42-41 loss in OT brought back a flood of painful memories for many of the Wildcat faithful at Kroger Field on Saturday.  Despite

Miscues Derail Terry Wilson’s Return Against Auburn

BY Bill Crockett (MANCHESTER, Ky) — No. 23 Kentucky stood their ground for three quarters before a CATastrophic fourth quarter fumble coupled with a botched fake punt derailed senior quarterback Terry Wilson’s long-awaited return.  No. 8 Auburn took full advantage of the miscues and pulled away late for a 29-13 victory at

‘Cats Ruffle Satterfield’s Feathers, Bowden Goes Full-on L’s Down

Photos by Michael Bennett BY Bill Crockett (LEXINGTON, Ky.) — Kentucky (7-5, 3-5 SEC) weathered a torrential downpour and overpowered in-state rival Louisville, 45-13, in a beatdown at Kroger Field.  Coach Stoops’ squad mercilessly spanked “Little Brother” in front of a boisterous home crowd.  Much to the chagrin of Coach Satterfield, rain gear-clad fans

Bowden Rushes For School Record

UK Athletics PHoto of quarterback Lynn Bowden with offensive line coach John Schlarman and his players after Saturday's win By LARRY VAUGHT Not only did Kentucky rush for a school record 517 yards against Louisville Saturday, but receiver turned quarterback Lynn Bowden had 284 of those yards -- 11th most in any