The University of Kentucky football team returns to action tomorrow night, hosting 15th ranked Florida. UK has lost 24 straight to the Gators. Wildcats coach Joker Phillips doesn’t believe his team needs to play a perfect game to break the streak. “It’s hard to go out and play perfect, you know. If you asked Florida… Continue reading UK Hoping To Snap Gators’ Winning Streak
University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong says Saturday’s win over UK was a relief to his senior players who had never experienced victory over their in-state rival. The Cards defeated Kentucky 24-17 in Lexington to snap a four game losing streak to the Wildcats. Strong told reporters at his weekly press conference today that… Continue reading Strong Says UK Win A “Relief” For Seniors
The annual battle for the Governor’s Cup is tomorrow night in Lexington as U of L and UK square off for football bragging rights. Second year coach Charlie Strong’s Cardinals are coming off a home loss to Florida International, a defeat he calls frustrating and disappointing. “When you talk about rebuilding a football program, you… Continue reading Cards And Cats To Renew Rivalry In Lexington
The Kentucky Wildcats defeated Central Michigan 27-13 Saturday in their college football season home opener. The Wildcats trailed 13-6 at halftime but sprang to life with three second-half touchdowns, including an 87 yard run by freshman running back Josh Clemons. Kentucky returns to action against U of L Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium. Indiana University dropped… Continue reading College Football: UK Wins; IU Still Winless
The University of Louisville football team returns to action tomorrow night. The Cards take on Florida International University in a nationally televised game at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. U of L is coming off a season opening victory last week against Murray State. The Panthers are also 1-0. They began the season with a win… Continue reading College Football: U of L Takes On FIU Friday
The Kentucky Wildcats opened their 2011 football season with a 14-3 victory over Western Kentucky last night in Nashville. UK notched the win despite struggling offensively for most of the game. Western’s only score came on a first quarter field goal.
Cobb says what made his decision so difficult was the friendships he’s built with teammates, as well as some still unmet goals for the Kentucky football program.
It was the first win for new UK head coach Joker Phillips; Charlie Strong begins his tenure as U of L coach with a loss.
It’s a rebuilding season for U of L under new coach Charlie Strong, as the Cards try to rebound from three straight losing seasons.
“You have a whole new coaching staff, so guys don’t know what to expect. Even with practice, they didn’t know it was going to be like that. They were just like ‘Coach, I never though we would practice like this, practice so hard.’