Be careful what you ask for

Are college football Saturdays as we know them a thing of the past? (Dr. Michael Huang Photography) As far as NIL and college sports is concerned, be careful what you ask for. You might just end up with a product that stinks to high heaven. Out-of-control collectives, unrestricted free agency, and

Cock-a-doodle-doo

After a 54 - 3 thumping in Columbia in 2011, the Wildcats were not happy leaving the field against Steve Spurrier. The look on Mitch’s face says it all. Cats are undefeated heading down to Williams-Brice Stadium...but are they as good as advertised? (Photo Credit Heart of Big Blue Nation). (LEXINGTON,

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

Hey Coach Stoops, Is There A Quarterback In The House?

The Kentucky Quarterback Room is still quite crowded (photo credit Mont Dawson) (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – If you were expecting UK head coach Mark Stoops to do the big quarterback reveal after practice this morning, you’re bound to be sorely disappointed. In his usual tight-lipped manner, Stoops refused to give any one

Vince Marrow Exposed

There's a lot more to Vince Marrow than meets the eye (Photo Credit Mont Dawson) When I think of Vince Marrow, I immediately think of “toughness.” Kentucky’s associate head football coach is cut from the same “lunch pail” cloth as his longtime friend and now UK head coach, Mark Stoops. The

Mark Stoops Needs To Avoid The Dreaded “F” Word

Before everyone gets all bent out of shape, I just want to say that this isn’t a political post at all. Kentucky head football coach Mark Stoops’ appearance at this year's SEC Football Media Days went off about like I anticipated. There was no earth-shattering news regarding picking a starting quarterback.

Schlarman Never Quits Worrying About Her Husband

By LARRY VAUGHT Ask John Schlarman what his life might be like if he wasn’t coaching and he’ll tell you he doesn’t know because coaching football is all the Kentucky offensive line coach has ever done.However, his wife, LeeAnne Federspiel Schlarman, understands that well because she feels the same about being