Scoring System for UK Blue/White Game Announced

The scoring system for Saturday’s Blue/White Game has been announced by Coach Rich Brooks. The game will be played in an offense vs. defense format.

The offense will score:

  • 1 point for a first down
  • 3 points for a field goal
  • 6 points for a touchdown
  • 1 or 2 points for a PAT kick or two-point conversion

The defense will score:

  • 1 point for a stop
  • 2 points for a fourth-down stop
  • 3 points for a three-and-out
  • 6 points for a turnover
  • 10 points for a touchdown

Blue/White Game Information:
The Blue/White Game is scheduled for Saturday, April 21, at 1 p.m. at Commonwealth Stadium.

Admission and parking are free.

Stadium entrances for the game include gates 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, and 12.

Gates open at 11:30 a.m.

Concession stands and the Nike Team Shops will be open on the stadium concourse.

Game programs will be on sale for $1, with proceeds benefiting the K-Association letterwinners organization.

The game will be a radio broadcast on the Big Blue Sports Network, including WLAP in Lexington.

Fans may renew their season tickets at the game, see below.

Season Ticket Renewal Deadline is April 21: The deadline for renewal of Kentucky football season tickets is Saturday, April 21. Tickets may be renewed over the Internet at, in-person at the UK Athletics Ticket Office in the Joe Craft Center, or by mail.

Fans also may bring their season-ticket renewals to the Blue/White Spring Game. UK ticket-office personnel will be available to accept renewals from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the ticket booth outside Gate 4 of the stadium.

Spring Football Calendar:

Practices are open to the media and public and are held at Nutter Training Facility unless noted otherwise. Practices may be moved indoors to the Nutter Field House in case of bad weather.

Fri. Apr. 20 - 9 to 11:15 a.m. (confirmed)
Sat. Apr. 21 - Blue/White Spring Game, 1 p.m. at Commonwealth Stadium

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