Schlarman Never Quits Worrying About Her Husband

By LARRY VAUGHT Ask John Schlarman what his life might be like if he wasn’t coaching and he’ll tell you he doesn’t know because coaching football is all the Kentucky offensive line coach has ever done.However, his wife, LeeAnne Federspiel Schlarman, understands that well because she feels the same about being

Kelvin Joseph Opts Out At Kentucky

Kelvin Joseph (SEC Photo) By LARRY VAUGHT Kelvin Joseph was named to the preseason all-Southeastern Conference team before he ever played a down at Kentucky. That’s how highly regarded the cornerback who transferred from LSU to Kentucky after his freshman season was by the league coaches. He’s been very good at times, too. He

This Has Been A Difficult Season For UK Football All Around

By LARRY VAUGHT Sometimes Mark Stoops’ old-school mentality can frustrate Kentucky fans. Given his way, there’s no doubt he would rely on a running game, field position and defense to win games. But that old-school mentality sometimes needs to be admired as well. Not only has Stoops and his staff had to deal

Does Kentucky Have a Chance vs #1 Alabama

By LARRY VAUGHT Don’t think Kentucky is going into Saturday’s game at No. 1 Alabama feeling like it has no chance to win even though Alabama is a 31-point favorite. “Our guys are past that a long time ago. We go to prepare to play the best we can. That is not

Inconsistent Play Leaves Stoops Searching For Answers

Kentucky coach Mark Stoops wants the Wildcats to play with more consistency over the next three weeks. By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — Mark Stoops is still looking for answers. Going into the final three weeks of the regular season, the Kentucky coach admitted it’s been difficult to get a grip