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Women’s soccer in dire straights

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Women’s soccer in dire straights

The 2014 UK women’s soccer season was supposed to be a growing year for the program. With two team captains returning to the team, including leading scorer and soccer superstar Arin Gilliland, this year had the makings of being quite the memorable season.

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The Edge: Cats face an unintimidated Warhawks team

Marred by another week of off-the-field issues, UK football will return to the solace of the gridiron Saturday as it turns its attention to a team that is no stranger to hostile environments: Louisiana Monroe.

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ULM will limp into the game dealing with the loss of five starters, a few being significant senior leaders.

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UK men’s soccer coach Johan Cedergren laments Cats’ late-game missed chances

By Kevin Erpenbeck
UK has not recorded a win since its 1-0 victory over Xavier on Sept. 16. It was the Cats’ first overtime game this season.

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UK’s Jojo Kemp masters the Wildcat formation

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UK’s Jojo Kemp masters the Wildcat formation

Kemp, out of the Wildcat, scored three of UK’s six touchdowns. He finished the game rushing for 131 yards on 17 attempts.

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UK stuns USC, winning a thriller 45-38.

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UK stuns USC, winning a thriller 45-38.

UK football defeats USC 45-38 at Commonwealth Stadium.

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South Carolina will be hungry heading into its SEC showdown with UK at 7 p.m. Saturday in Commonwealth Stadium.

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UK’s defensive punch and offensive pace are key

Nobody knows what South Carolina team will suit up when it takes the field against the Cats.

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It remains to be seen whether the players will receive any additional punishments outside of internal team punishment and being suspended for the South Carolina game.

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UK’s Patrick Towles struggles to remain consistent

UK’s offense did not win the game against Vanderbilt. They simply played not to lose.

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