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SEC Decision To Play Football Welcome Sight

By KEITH TAYLOR The Southeastern Conference made the right call earlier this week with its decision to play football this fall. Although the country and most of the world remain in a COVID-19 pandemic, sports will help return the nation to a form of normalcy and provide some relief from the daily

SEC To Play League-Only Schedule Starting Sept. 26

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Southeastern Conference will be starting the season later and with a league-only schedule in football, the conference announced Thursday. The league presidents agreed to a 10-game model and Sept. 26 start in wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has altered the fall sports scene. "This

Frederick Douglas Coach Nathan McPeek Hopes There’s Season But Understands “You Have To Do What Is Best For Everybody”

By LARRY VAUGHT For selfish reasons, Nathan McPeek really wants there to be a 2020 high school football season.  “We have a very good senior class and selfishly I would hate not to play this year,” said the Frederick Douglas High School coach during his appearance on WPBK-FM Thursday morning. “It won’t

College Football Will Be Anything But Normal

By KEITH TAYLOR What will college football look like this fall? It appears nothing like anything we’ve experienced in our lifetime. A thing of the past could be tailgating with crowds at stadiums at 50 percent capacity or less as college universities attempt to save the season amid the COVID-19 pandemic that

Kentucky Is Max Hairston’s Dream School

By LARRY VAUGHT Long before he ever thought about a football scholarship offer from the University of Kentucky, Max Hairston was a Kentucky basketball fan. He was such a big fan that he still calls Kentucky his “dream school” and was thrilled to get a scholarship offer from Kentucky secondary coach Steve

Could The Curse Of UK Football Still Be Alive

By LARRY VAUGHT After winning 18 games, including two bowl games, the last two seasons I quit hearing University of Kentucky football fans talk about the curse of UK football. You know, the curse that seem to cause UK to snatch defeat from victory so many times in the last 50 plus