Posted: 09/16/2007 - Andre Woodson threw a 57-yard touchdown pass to Steve Johnson with 28 seconds left and Kentucky shocked No. 9 Louisville 40-34 Saturday night, the Wildcats' first victory over a top-10 team in three decades.
Updated: 02/05/2010 - Scores from high schools around Kentucky.
Updated: 09/13/2007 - By JEFFREY McMURRAY Associated Press Writer LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - The last time Kentucky receiver Keenan Burton talked to Michael Bush by phone, Bush was complaining that his new Oakland Raider teammates had just sent him to buy fried chicken.
Updated: 02/05/2010 - Following Wednesday morning’s practice at the Nutter Training Center, Coach Rich Brooks noted that defensive tackle Myron Pryor has been upgraded from doubtful to questionable for Saturday’s game. Pryor is recovering from a strained pectoral muscle sustained in the win over Kent State.
Posted: 09/12/2007 - Nearly a year ago, we told you about the superstitious eating trends of the UK coaching staff. After losing a heartbreaker at home to South Carolina, quarterbacks coach Randy Sanders called upon Quaintance Clark, one of the women who works at the UK football offices, to cook up a winning lunch menu.
Posted: 09/12/2007 - A buyer has paid almost four million dollars for a colt by "Unbridled's Song," topping the second day of Keeneland's September Yearling Sale.
Updated: 09/12/2007 - There's great news regarding injured Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett. He voluntarily moved his arms and legs today, prompting a neurosurgeon to say Everett could walk again.
Posted: 09/11/2007 - LEXINGTON, Ky. – Redshirt freshman defensive tackle Ricky Lumpkin is out for an indefinite period of time and junior defensive tackle Myron Pryor is “questionable to doubtful” for the Louisville game, Coach Rich Brooks announced following Tuesday morning’s practice.
Updated: 09/11/2007 - Coach Rich Brooks today didn’t have good news on two of his injured Wildcats. Defensive tackle Ricky Lumpkin will be out indefinitely, Brooks said.
Updated: 09/11/2007 - LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky men’s basketball has added Tracy Webster as its third and final assistant coach, head coach Billy Gillispie announced Tuesday.
Updated: 09/10/2007 - A dark bay colt from the same sire as 2006 Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro fetched the high price of $2.9 million Monday afternoon during the first day of Keeneland's yearling sale.
Updated: 09/22/2007 - The latest AP and USA Today/Coaches' Polls have been released.
Posted: 09/08/2007 - LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - On a team with so many offensive playmakers, blocking specialists tend not to get the ball much, but fullback John Conner's breakout couldn't have come at a better time for Kentucky.
Posted: 09/08/2007 - RICHMOND, Ky. – Eastern Kentucky University’s football team used a potent running attack to beat Western Carolina University, 45-21, Saturday night at Roy Kidd Stadium. The Colonels ran the ball 53 times for 326 yards. Eastern running backs Bobby Washington and Mark Dunn each reached the century mark, finishing with 130 and 122 yards respectively.
Posted: 09/07/2007 - High School Football Scores
Posted: 09/07/2007 - Kentucky coach Rich Brooks has a trio of running backs at his disposal to to start the season.
Updated: 09/06/2007 - LEXINGTON, Ky. – Starting free safety Marcus McClinton will miss the Kent State game while he recovers from a sprained ankle, Coach Rich Brooks announced following Thursday morning’s practice.
Updated: 09/06/2007 - WKYT Anchor Picks On Some Of This Weekend's College Football Games.
Updated: 09/05/2007 - UK basketball coach Billy Gillispie is set to announce the addition of Tracy Webster to the Wildcat staff. The Courier-Journal is reporting Webster will become the third assistant coach hired by the new Cat coach. According to the father of one of UK’s prime recruiting targets, Webster’s hiring would be “good.”
Updated: 09/05/2007 - New UK basketball coach Billy Gillispie is reportedly set to add Tracy Webster to the Wildcat staff as an assistant coach. Webster, who last season was an assistant at Illinois, will be hired as a third assistant, the Courier-Journal is reporting.