Thus ends the longest in-conference losing streak among FBS teams, and a huge monkey off of Kentucky's back. The Cats allowed Vandy only 139 yards of total offense, the fewest yards allowed in an SEC game since 1996. UK is now 3-0 at home for the first time since 2008.
After jumping out to a 17-7 lead in the first half, Kentucky didn't score at all in the second. I heard several theories incl... (MORE)
Kentucky Baseball Recruiting Class Ranked No. 14
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- For the school-record ninth consecutive season since claiming the 2006 Southeastern Conference Championship, the Kentucky baseball team has had its recruiting class ranked, checking in No. 14 in the annual recruiting class rankings from Collegiate Baseball, it was announced on Monday afternoon.
Kentucky had its newcomer group for the 2015 season ranked No. 14 by Collegiate Ba... (MORE)
Kentucky Holds Their Own in the Swamp
It was a tale of two halves. The first half was a defensive struggle, seeing both teams exchange punts and ending with a score of 3 to 3. The second half was an offensive explosion, seeing both teams score two TDs and a field goal. Freshman kicker Austin MacGinnis hooked a 51-yard field goal just inside of the upright to tie the game and send it into overtime.
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Kentucky Handles Ohio 20-3
Kentucky's margin of victory in the first two games is the largest since 2007. Their time of possession vs. Ohio (38:26) is the largest since 2000, and the first half shutouts of the first two games of the year is a first since 1988.
RB Boom Williams and WR Dorian Baker had their first career touchdowns, while Baker, WR Joey Herrick and LG Cole Mosier made their first career starts.
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Kentucky Takes UTM to the Woodshed: 59-14
This marks the ninth consecutive home opening win for the Cats, dating back to 2006. Kentucky's 59 points scored is the most since 2010, five caused turnovers is the most since 2008, six rushing touchdowns is the most since 2007 and the 45-point margin of victory is the most since 2002. Stoops and company definitely ushered in year two with style.
Patrick Towles went 20 of 29 for 377 yards in ... (MORE)