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Motivated McWilson pushes for playing time.

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Motivated McWilson pushes for playing time.

McWilson, of Youngstown, Ohio, was the first four-star recruit from whom head coach Mark Stoops coaxed a commitment in his first months at the helm at UK.

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Football season is filled with promise

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Football season is filled with promise

America’s sport is back in full swing, starting with a slate of games this Saturday.

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Calipari can do anything he wants to with a rotation that can run 12 players deep, and he’ll have 30 games to figure out how to use his luxury.

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UK football names starting quarterback

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The Kentucky Wildcats named redshirt sophomore Patrick Towles the starting quarterback

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Home-and-home series with Florida highlights UK’s conference schedule

Home-and-home series with Florida, Missouri, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama highlight UK’s SEC schedule, which was announced on Friday.

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SEC will feature a lot of new faces, same results

A new postseason system to determine a championship will look mighty different than the BCS did. One thing that will not look so different — the SEC’s presence in determining the National Champion.

Here’s how the SEC will shake out and will send a team into the first College Football Playoffs:

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By Anne Halliwell ahalliwell@kykernel.com Marilyn Sewell, the Minister Emerita of the First Unitarian Church and a UK alumnus, is reversing the usual book-to-movie progression. Sewell graduated from UK with a master’s degree in social work in 1980. Although the job climate was not right for a job in social work, Sewell credited her degree with […]

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UK continued its university-wide changes on Wednesday when the university announced a five-year trademark partnership with Fermata Partners.

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UK Athletics makes deals to help financial future

Athletic director Mitch Barnhart has made several steps in improving UK’s sustainability on and off the field. But Monday’s announcement of the university’s agreement with JMI Sports, along with Wednesday’s announcement of the university’s trademark agreement with Fermata Partners, shows that his ability to adapt will ensure UK Athletics’ health as college athletics heads to […]

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John Calipari signs a seven-year, $52.850 million contract extension

UK head coach John Calipari has signed a contract extension through the 2020-21 season that will pay him more than $52 million in the next seven years.

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