Home » Archives by category » Sports (Page 376)
Hartline has final chance to make QB job his own

Mike Hartline knows this is his last hurrah. Hartline knows he has his fair share of critics. He knows the label of opening day starter doesn’t mean anything. He knows UK head coach Joker Phillips has said that “he offers the best chance (to win) at this point in time, but that might not be […]

Continue reading …

The Kernel takes a look at eight players who could enjoy breakout seasons. Moncell Allen No. 30 Position: Fullback Taking the reins from: John Conner 2010 Outlook: Allen spent his first three years at tailback, but was moved to fullback in the spring after the Cats lost their top three fullbacks to graduation. Conner was […]

Continue reading …

SEC EAST 1. Florida Gators Head coach: Urban Meyer (57-10 overall at Florida, 32-8 Southeastern Conference) Last year: 13-1, 8-0 SEC Taking the reins: John Brantley For better or for worse, Brantley is already being called the second coming of the first incarnation. Fans who are expecting Florida’s offense to improve after replacing Tim Tebow […]

Continue reading …

The UK football program has one game to prove its validity to the Big Blue Nation. In a sport of “what ifs,” UK head coach Joker Phillips faces a weekend that holds the biggest “if” of the season. There is rarely so much buzz surrounding the Cats. But with a fiery, young coach, a solid […]

Continue reading …
UK volleyball prevails in intrastate battle

In a game which could have held the attention of the entire commonwealth of Kentucky, UK and intrastate rival Louisville failed to disappoint fans at Memorial Coliseum on the volleyball court Wednesday night. In a dramatic five-set marathon, UK earned its first win of the season in a come-from-behind fashion 14-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-27, 15-10. […]

Continue reading …

Smoke Tent Photo

Comments Off
Smoke Tent Photo
Continue reading …

Cal’s Final Word Photo

Comments Off
Cal’s Final Word Photo
Continue reading …

robert Haven photo

Comments Off
robert Haven photo
Continue reading …

Joe Mansour arrived on campus with a reputation for long, long field goals. The kind of field goals booted from the midfield logo. “The first day I got here, the team was surrounding me,” Mansour, a freshman, said on Media Day of his introduction to UK players. “And I think I kicked a 65-yarder.” The […]

Continue reading …
Rivalry reversal for upperclassmen

When players like Stuart Hines and Jacob Dufrene arrived on campus four years ago, there were plenty of losing streaks facing the UK football program that they wanted to break. Among the biggest was a four-game losing streak to archrival Louisville. When Hines, a redshirt junior guard, and Dufrene, a senior linebacker, began their UK […]

Continue reading …