Jared Harper Shines, Propels Auburn Tigers to First Final Four

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KANSAS CITY, MO– On the Auburn campus tomorrow, Jared Harper is going to be the talk of the school. The sophomore guard is going to be hailed as an Auburn hero, after his performance in the Regional Final against the Kentucky Wildcats. His team-leading 26 points helped propel Auburn to its first Final Four in […] READ MORE


College Football Preview; Week 4

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Via Last Word on College Football, by Tony Siracusa When you are dealing with young people, you get used to a lot of eye-rolling if you say something that is a little off kilter. Likewise, when we were putting together the list of games to keep an eye on this weekend, we imagined plenty of […] READ MORE


SEC East: Where Chaos Reigns

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Once again, the SEC East division faces a similar scenario. The Georgia Bulldogs appear to be the favorite, but overall the division is wide open. There is, however, a slight twist this season. It seems that the parody will be because the bottom teams have improved, not that the top teams have regressed. The East […] READ MORE


Kentucky Wildcats Position Preview Quarterbacks and Running Backs

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By: Kevin McGuffey, LastWordonCollegeFootball.com It is hard to believe it is less than a month until the 2017 season kicks off. That means it is time to take an in-depth look at Mark Stoops‘ fifth squad in Lexington. Over the next couple of weeks we will be breaking down each position. Today it is the Kentucky […] READ MORE


Kentucky Sells Commonwealth Stadium Naming Rights

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It has been one of the most discussed things in sports since its announcement. Earlier this week the Kentucky Wildcats became the first school in the Southeastern Conference to enter the world of stadium corporate sponsorship. The university sold the Commonwealth Stadium naming rights to the Kroger company for a reported 1.85 million dollars per year over […] READ MORE



Southern Mississippi at Kentucky Preview and Prediction

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Southern Mississippi at Kentucky (7:30- ESPN)– If there is one constant with the Kentucky football program over the years it is nothing is ever easy. Anytime something looks like a sure thing it turns out to be anything but. A prime example is the season opener against the Golden Eagles. Originally this game was supposed […] READ MORE


Predicting The Kentucky Wildcats Schedule Part II

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Time to continue the look at predicting how the 2016 season will go for the Kentucky Wildcats. If you haven’t read the first part you can click the link here. After the first six games, the Cats record stands at 4-2 overall and 2-2 in the SEC. But as in most years, the second half […] READ MORE


Predicting The 2016 Kentucky Wildcats Schedule Part I

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For the past two years, the Wildcats have suffered a straight collapse in the second half of the season, following a strong start. The pressure is on Mark Stoops to get Kentucky to six wins and its first bowl game since 2010. Based on win-loss records from 2015, the Wildcats opponents were 84-70 in 2015, which […] READ MORE