November 20, 2012 - 11:45am
UK football coach Joker Phillips carried off the field after win vs. Samford
UK snapped it's losing streak with a win over Samford Saturday and now heads to Knoxville for the most "meh" game of the season.
Has there ever been a time when the Kentucky-Tennessee football season finale was more anti-climatic? OK, probably. But you certainly have to rank this weekend’s game as a Top 5 in the history of shrug inducing games. Kentucky is 2-9 and 0-7 in the SEC. Tennessee is 4-7 and 0-7 in conference...
November 15, 2012 - 10:09am
UK Center Matt Smith is one of 19 seniors playing their final home Saturday
Senior Night at Commonwealth Stadium marks a step closer to the end of a disappointing era in UK football history.
The UK football program will try to frame Saturday’s home finale as an opportunity to say goodbye to the team’s nineteen senior players. The focus of most of Big Blue Nation is the fact that this weekend’s game against Samford will mark Joker Phillips’ final game as head...
November 8, 2012 - 9:03am
Joker Phillips out at UK
After three disappointing seasons, UK football coach Joker Phillips is out. He's decided to ride out one of the worst years in the program's history.
The Joker Phillips era at Kentucky limps to the finish November 17th with an out of conference home game against Samford and then the season finale the following week at Tennessee. Phillips was let go Sunday.Phillips said when UK Athletic Director Mitch Barnhart told him he was fired, he gave...
November 2, 2012 - 9:00am
UK-Missouri t-shirt. Really.
Roles are reversed when Kentucky hosts Vanderbilt in the Wildcats last chance to get an SEC win at home.
 Kentucky plays its final home SEC game tomorrow when the Vanderbilt Commodores come to Lexington. It seems there were so many times in recent history that UK needed a win over Vandy to become bowl eligible, but now, the roles are reversed. A Commodore win over UK Saturday will get Vandy (4-4...
October 26, 2012 - 5:46am
UK's Morgan Newton battles Georgia defenders (courtesy UKAthletics.com)
Missouri's SEC troubles are familiar to the Kentucky Wildcats. Both teams will meet Saturday in hopes of having young quarterback lead them to their first league win.
Missouri’s first taste of SEC football has been bitter. Kentucky says “Welcome to our world.” The Tigers and Wildcats meet in Columbia Saturday. Not quite a marquee game but one thing is for sure: one of the teams will win its first league game. Missouri is 0-4 in the SEC and...