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Kentucky faces South Carolina in Last Regular Season Game

The Kentucky Wildcats (3-6) will host the South Carolina Gamecocks (2-7) in an SEC East battle that will conclude each team’s regular season. The game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. at Kroger Stadium in Lexington, Kentucky. https://twitter.com/GamecockFB/status/1333147589798191104?s=20 South Carolina’s matchup this weekend will be the second under interim head …

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Alabama Set to Take on Kentucky

Alabama

After playing an emotional game last weekend, playing in honor of John Schlarman, Kentucky travels to Tuscaloosa to take on the undefeated Alabama Crimson Tide. A game to be won in the trenches The Crimson Tide hit the field again this weekend after their game against LSU was postponed due …

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Vanderbilt Looks for First Win Against Kentucky

The winless Vanderbilt Commodores (0-5) travel to Lexington to face the Kentucky Wildcats (2-4). The game will kick off at noon this Saturday on the SEC Network. The game between Vanderbilt and Kentucky is one of three SEC matchups this weekend. The conference canceled four other matchups due to Covid-19 …

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All Around the SEC: Week 8

Alabama quarterback Mac Jones against Tennessee Football

Week 8 of college football saw just four SEC matchups. Alabama vs. Tennessee: Junior Alabama wide receiver Jaylen Waddle had a shocking injury on the opening kickoff. Waddle injured his ankle and may miss the rest season. Alabama head coach Nick Saban compares the injury to that of former Alabama …

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Kentucky Football Preview

The SEC kicks off its football season in just over two weeks and the Kentucky Wildcats are looking to make some noise this year. How they fared last season Mark Stoops’ team finished the 2019 season at 8-5 with a win over Virginia Tech in the Belk Bowl to close …

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Centralized Conference Realignment

How many different ways has it been said that this year has been a dumpster fire? For college athletics, the chaos of 2020 has unearthed deep cracks in a system of dysfunctional leadership divided by geography, politics, and mixed messaging. A single multi-billion dollar business in which a multitude of …

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