Updated: 02/05/2010 - Week 3 high school scores...
Updated: 02/05/2010 - Week 3 high school scores...
Posted: 09/11/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Kentucky football team showed some improvement during Thursday morning’s practice at the Nutter Training Center.
Posted: 09/11/2008 - FRANKFORT, Ky. – Athletics Director Derita Ratcliffe will say farewell to Kentucky State University at the end of September as she leaves for a new post at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Posted: 09/11/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky offensive coordinator Joker Phillips says Mike Hartline will start his third straight game at quarterback for the Wildcats on Saturday.
Posted: 09/11/2008 - Berea College Academic Vice President and Provost Carolyn Newton has announced Mark R. Cartmill as Berea College’s new Director of Athletics and Seabury Center Complex. Cartmill, who began his new position Sept. 1, will provide vision and leadership for Berea’s athletic program and for the facilities and activities of Seabury Center, a multi-use events complex.
Posted: 09/10/2008 - CINCINNATI (AP) - Quarterback Dustin Grutza had surgery today for a broken bone in his lower right leg, an injury suffered in the second half of Cincinnati's 52-26 loss at Oklahoma.
Posted: 09/10/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. – The game time for the Kentucky-LSU basketball game in Lexington has been changed to 4:00 p.m. ET.
Updated: 09/10/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky coach Rich Brooks isn't happy with the way his team is preparing for Saturday's game against Middle Tennessee.
Posted: 09/09/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky's record might be perfect through two games, but that doesn't mean coach Rich Brooks agrees. The Wildcats spent Tuesday ironing out on problems ahead of Saturday's game against Middle Tennessee. Brooks said his team has made way too many mistakes, particularly in the passing game.
Posted: 09/08/2008 - Lexington, KY (September 8, 2008) – Fillies – led by a daughter of A.P. Indy who brought a final bid of $3.1 million – stole the spotlight on Monday as Keeneland opened its 2008 September Yearling Sale.
Updated: 09/08/2008 - Rich Brooks has tried alternating quarterbacks enough during his long coaching career to know that it never works. Well, almost never. The Kentucky coach has been so encouraged by the play of Mike Hartline and Randall Cobb that he's going to continue playing both of them even though his previous experiments with multiple quarterbacks has often blown up in his face.
Updated: 09/08/2008 - A horse that didn't sell upstaged the ones that did Monday at Keeneland's September yearling sale. Although the bidding reached $7.7 million for Vallenzeri, an A.P. Indy colt and first foal out of former Breeders Cup Distaff champion Azeri, that amount wasn't enough to pry the horse from owner Michael Paulson.
Updated: 10/02/2008 - It’s the rationalization that always gets me. “We weren’t booing the player, we were booing the coach.” “I paid my money – I have a right to yell whatever I want.” “They’re not ‘kids,’ they’re young ‘men.’ They can take it.” “I was drunk.” Actually, the last excuse might be the best one. Liquid courage, as most 2 a.m. lotharios can tell us, far too often makes people say things they wouldn’t say in prime (sober) time.
Updated: 09/07/2008 - Hall of Fame basketball coach Don Haskins, credited with helping break color barriers in college sports in 1966 when he used five black starters to win a national championship for what was then Texas Western, died Sunday, Texas-El Paso officials said. UTEP spokesman Jeff Darby said Haskins, who was 78, died Sunday afternoon. He had no other details.
Updated: 09/07/2008 - The rookie head coach made all the right moves, and the first-year quarterback displayed remarkable footwork and poise in his initial NFL start. Most of all, though, the Baltimore Ravens received a typically solid performance from their defense in defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 17-10 Sunday.
Updated: 09/07/2008 - Eastern Kentucky University trailed Western Kentucky by only three points at halftime, but the Hilltoppers (1-1) shutout the Colonels (0-2) 21-0 in the second half for a 37-13 win in the Battle of the Bluegrass on Saturday at Roy Kidd Stadium.
Updated: 09/07/2008 - Freshman Randall Cobb threw for one touchdown and ran for two others in relief of Mike Hartline, and Kentucky dominated Norfolk State 38-3 Saturday in its home opener. (Stats Included)
Updated: 02/05/2010 - It was a busy Friday night for high school football.
Posted: 09/05/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky Athletics’ five-person 2008 Hall of Fame class, announced last spring, is to be formally inducted in Lexington the weekend of Sept. 26-27. The group, which includes football player Al Bruno, men’s basketball player Tony Delk, track athlete Tim Harden, former men’s basketball player and athletics director C.M. Newton and men’s golfer Johnny Owens will take part in the Hall of Fame Induction Dinner Friday, Sept. 26, before being recognized the following day at halftime of the UK-Western Kentucky football game. The committee granted previously announced diver Tina Johnson Ybarra’s request to be moved to the 2009 class for induction.
Posted: 09/04/2008 - CINCINNATI (AP) - The Cincinnati Bengals say No. 85 is officially Ocho Cinco.
Posted: 09/04/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky left tackle Garry Williams will miss the next two to three weeks because of a cartilage tear in his knee.
Updated: 09/03/2008 - Huffing and puffing for 72 yards can take a lot of out a man. On Sunday, it took about 6 pounds off Kentucky defensive lineman Myron Pryor.
Updated: 03/05/2010 - BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - LSU postponed its football game against Troy after Hurricane Gustav damaged Tiger Stadium and battered Louisiana's capital city far worse than anticipated.
Posted: 09/03/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. – An experience that is rapidly approaching “tradition status” for University of Kentucky football is the popular Military Appreciation Day, which is being observed for the fourth consecutive year during Saturday’s home opener vs. Norfolk State.
Posted: 09/03/2008 - LEXINGTON, Ky. - University of Kentucky women's basketball fans are invited to the second annual “Day in the Park with Matthew Mitchell” presented by the Victory Club on Sunday, Sept. 14 at Veteran’s Park in Lexington. The event is free of charge and will feature food, inflatable games and a meet and greet with the Wildcat coaches and players. It will take place at Shelter No. 1 from 4-6 p.m. ET.