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Frankfort ready for a bounce-back season

Frankfort enters 2016 with a new optimism, despite being down in numbers especially on the offense and defensive lines.


Tight end Tyler Eifert and linebacker Rey Maualuga are among the Cincinnati Bengals players sidelined by injuries as the team opens training camp this week.


The Titans got drastically better at the end of the season and they hope it carries over into this season.


Keeneland today announced that Robert N. Elliston, executive vice president & COO of Breeders’ Cup Limited since 2012, will join the historic Thoroughbred race track and sales company in the new position of Vice President of Racing and Sales, effective Aug. 29.


Cincinnati head coach Marvin Lewis confirmed that former UK and Eastern Kentucky running back Dy’Shawn Mobley has been cut by the Bengals.




Stamps waived by Browns


Roger Federer to miss Olympics, 2016 season due to knee injury


39 Days to UK Football


Stoops likes swag of Lamar Thomas


Cubs acquire Aroldis Chapman from Yankees


NFL clears Peyton Manning of HGH allegations


Kentucky women's basketball to host Oklahoma in 2016 SEC/Big 12 Challenge


40 Days to UK Football


Legends take walk-off win on Maezes’ HR


Longtime Clay County basketball coach Bobby Keith hospitalized


Mullins leading Dunbar into new season


Ken Griffey Jr. inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame


White Sox suspend top pitcher Chris Sale for 5 days


41 Days to UK Football


Legends score four in the first, win 8-2


Several hundred women attend UK football clinic


Lafayette hopes to improve on last season's success


MKG back in Lexington


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