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Ed Franklin Dolls

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Ed Franklin Dolls
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Limestone Photo

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Limestone Photo
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Cats roll, down Gamecocks 3-1

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Cats roll, down Gamecocks 3-1

By Ethan Levine sports@kykernel.com UK volleyball is officially on the board in the Southeastern Conference standings. UK (7-5, 1-1 SEC) notched its first conference win of the 2010 season Sunday against the visiting South Carolina Gamecocks in four sets 25-20, 25-10, 21-25, 25-20. After the Cats dropped their SEC opener Friday night against the number […]

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Vball Photo

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Vball Photo
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Despite the fact I upset the majority of my readers (all nine of them) in my last column, I still work here. I can’t knock out my aspiration to be the most-hated columnist in Kernel history in just two weeks. Let’s move forward. I realize a coach rarely sees a “flawless” game from his football […]

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Latino festival Photo

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UK dominates Akron 47-10

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UK dominates Akron 47-10

UK wasn’t perfect in Saturday’s romp over Akron. But players and coaches said the team did everything they hoped it would for the first time this season, taking a final step forward before its biggest test yet this season. The Cats spent their final week before Southeastern Conference play began shoring up mistakes that had […]

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Live Blog: UK vs. Akron

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Live Blog: UK vs. Akron

Kernel reporters Ben Jones and Chandler Howard are in the press box at Commonwealth Stadium discussing the UK vs. University of Akron football game on Saturday Sept. 18, 2010. The Cats are looking to start the season 3-0 before their Southeastern Conference opener next week, while the Zips enter the game 0-2. Join the live […]

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The Edge: UK vs. Akron

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Randall Cobb vs. Manley Waller Waller is the only returning starter in the Akron secondary, which was the strength of the defense last season. At 5-foot-8 and 165 pounds, he’ll have a handful with whoever he lines up against. Even Cobb, one of UK’s smallest receivers, has a 20-pound advantage on him, and he’s a […]

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Judo brings masters to UK

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Judo brings masters to UK

By Rachel Sarnovsky sports@kykernel.com Getting help from the masters can improve your performance in any sport. For the judo team, this concept became a reality. Robert Burge has been doing judo for eight years. “I was looking for something to do, some type of martial arts,” Burge said. “I saw the judo club practice by […]

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