2022 Kentucky Football Team Awards

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More Of The Best From The Past Year Welcome back to our countdown of Kentucky football’s best of 2022. Thanks to everyone who checked out the first installment. If you haven’t seen our winners for individual trophies you can click here. Today we’re shifting the focus from individual to team prizes. Let’s recap the good […] READ MORE


2022 Kentucky Football Individual Awards

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Recognizing The Best Of The Past Year Throughout the annals of Kentucky football, a 7-6 record and making a bowl game was a huge accomplishment. However, with the culture Mark Stoops has built recently 2022 seemed subpar. Especially when you consider the expectations heading into the year. That doesn’t mean there weren’t some really good […] READ MORE


Iowa Wins Music City Bowl

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A Subpar Sequel For Kentucky You always hear talk in Hollywood that the sequel’s never as good as the original. For the occasional “Empire Strikes Back” or “Godfather 2” there are a ton of “Caddyshack 2’s.” When it was announced Kentucky and Iowa would have a sequel to their Citrus Bowl thriller ¬†364 days earlier […] READ MORE


2022 Music City Bowl Preview: Iowa vs Kentucky

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A Rare Bowl Rematch In doing projections for Last Word On College Football one thing is always mentioned. Bowls don’t want the same two teams playing in consecutive years unless it’s the playoff. Through an odd turn of events, that’s exactly what we have in Nashville this year. Let’s look at Iowa and Kentucky and […] READ MORE


Kentucky Without Top Players For Bowl

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Levis And Rodriguez To Skip Final Game Last Sunday the Kentucky football team accepted a bid to play in the Music City Bowl in Nashville. By the way that’s the game Last Word projected for the Cats. For Mark Stoops’ club, it extends their school-record seventh straight bowl berth. However, since then it’s been a […] READ MORE


Kentucky Retains The Governor’s Cup

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Cats End Regular Season On A High Note Coming into Saturday’s Battle Of The Bluegrass Kentucky and Louisville were heading in different directions. The Cards had won five of six while the Cats had lost five of seven after starting 4-0. As usual when it’s a rivalry game all that can be thrown out the […] READ MORE


Kentucky Tries To Stop Its Slide

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Battle Of Teams Heading In Different Directions For the first time since 2019, the Kentucky Wildcats will host Louisville at Kroger Field. Not only is the “Governor’s Cup” up for grabs but both teams are trying to end negative streaks. Let’s look at each squad and give you a prediction as Kentucky tries to stop […] READ MORE


Georgia Gets By Kentucky 16-6

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Cats Give The Defending Champs A Battle Following a¬†deflating loss to Vanderbilt a week ago the Kentucky football team faced a daunting task on Saturday. Stetson Bennett and the defending national champions invaded Kroger Field. Pretty much everyone thought this would be a blow out. However the Cats went toe to toe with the Bulldogs […] READ MORE


Vanderbilt Beats Kentucky 24-21

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Breaks A Long Losing Streak Before Saturday the last time Vanderbilt won a Southeastern Conference game was October 19, 2019, when they beat Missouri 21-14. Our world’s changed a lot since then as a thing called COVID-19 would change our lives completely. However, on a cold, miserable and snowy day in Lexington Clark Lea’s squad […] READ MORE


Kentucky Plays Host To Vanderbilt

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First of Three Straight Home Games This past weekend Kentucky gritted out a 21-17 win over Missouri. That cemented a seventh straight bowl bid for Mark Stoops’ club. Thanks to an interesting scheduling quirk the Wildcats don’t have to leave the friendly confines of Kroger Field for the rest of the season. The first of […] READ MORE