By Bill Crockett (MANCHESTER, Ky.) — Anyone who played the game of football realizes the importance that focus, detail to attention, and teamwork has on the outcome of a game. Perhaps the most valuable lesson today’s student athletes learn, however, is that just like everyday life, regardless of the amount of effort
Kentucky quarterback Terry Wilson makes a run while fending off a defender in a 20-10 loss at Missouri Saturday. (SEC Photo) By KEITH TAYLOR Kentucky coach Mark Stoops was nearly speechless after watching his team’s disappointing 20-10 loss at Missouri Saturday. “It’s really difficult to put into words because it’s been a long
By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky has dominated its yearly series against Missouri. The Wildcats (2-2) have won five straight against the Tigers but Kentucky coach Mark Stoops said the recent success “truthfully means nothing” when the two teams meet Saturday in Columbia. “We have to go win this week,” the Kentucky coach said.
Kentucky coach Mark Stoops was all smiles following the Wildcats' win over Tennessee Saturday in Knoxville. (SEC Photo) By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — Coach Mark Stoops didn’t waste any time forgetting about Kentucky’s first road win over Tennessee since 1984. Less than 24 hours following the rare and excilirating 34-7 victory over
BY Bill Crockett (MANCHESTER, Ky.) — Until recently, the Kentucky-Tennessee border war has been a pretty lopsided affair in favor of the Vols. Before you can declare any contest a rivalry game, however, the traditional underdog should occasionally win a contest. On Saturday at Neyland Stadium, two things became obvious after Kentucky trounced
Kentucky defensive back Kelvin Joseph celebrates an interception in a 34-7 win over Tennessee Saturday in Knoxville. (SEC Photo) By KEITH TAYLOR KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Kentucky accomplished a rare feat by defeating Tennessee on Saturday and it wasn’t even close. For the first time since 1984, the Wildcats left Knoxville with a
By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Southeastern Conference adjusted its upcoming schedule on Friday because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Kentucky-Georgia game scheduled for Oct. 24 at Kroger Field has been moved to Oct. 31 and will be played at noon on the SEC Network. In addition, the Wildcats will
By Dr. John Huang (KNOXVILLE, Tn.) – What did you expect in 2020? Kentucky’s 34-7 annihilation of No. 18 Tennessee proves that anything can happen during this Covid ravaged season. The Wildcats hadn’t won in Knoxville since 1984, but thanks to three straight interceptions—two of them pick 6s—Kentucky was able to