Young: Cats Want To Make Auburn Earn ‘Every Single Blade Of Grass’

Landon Young is one of the veteran leaders on Kentucky's offensive line this season. (UK Athletics Photo)Posted Thursday, September 24, 2020 3:14 pm "We just want to make sure when we go out there, we dominate and that the other team knows it.” LANDON YOUNG By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky offensive lineman Landon Young

Safe To Play: EKU Set To Open Season Against Ex-Rival Marshall

Eastern receiver Keyion Dixon celebrates a catch during a preseason scrimmage last month. The Colonels open the season Saturday at Marshall. (EKU Athletics Photo) By KEITH TAYLOR RICHMOND, Ky. — Eastern Kentucky University coach Walt Wells wasn’t satisfied when the Ohio Valley Conference told member schools they could play only four games

Reese Smith will play his college football at West Virginia for Neal Brown, who played at Boyle County just like Smith does now.

By LARRY VAUGHT He knows the state has a lot of talented high school senior football players but Boyle County coach Chuck Smith — who readily admits he’s biased — has no doubts about who should be Mr. Football. “Reese (Smith) is right there with any of the best players we’ve have

Tough Loss with Positive Tones

On Sat. Sep. 14 the Wildcats experienced their first loss of the 2019-20 season. Entering the fourth quarter down 21-10, Florida stormed back against the Cats’ to clinch a 21-29 win.  “It's going to hurt,” head coach Mark Stoops said of the loss, “when you invest in what we invest, it should hurt and it's

Wilson Out, Peters in

Kentucky football was hit with devastating news last weekend. Starting QB Terry Wilson is out for the season with a torn patellar tendon.   Thankfully, that news was quickly diluted by Xavier Peters being deemed immediately eligible by the NCAA. The 6’4 OLB took to Twitter with the news. In high school, Peters originally committed to Kentucky before changing his mind

Kentucky Takes Down Toledo

Sat. August 31st was a day of firsts. After nearly nine months of anticipation, the Kentucky faithful were rewarded with the beginning of the team’s 129th football season in a great way. The Wildcats enjoyed a 38-24 win over the Toledo Rockets, punctuated by a 31-3 run beginning late second quarter and lasting until the final minute of the game.    Despite the win,