Monthly Archive: August 2009

Aug 26

UK Football: Video with Randall Cobb

Aug 25

UK football: Tracking the Cats on video

Check out today’s interview with Paul Warford on coming back following a season off the field.

Aug 20

Calipari doing right thing

Kentucky coach John Calipari is doing the right thing by limiting his comments concerning the NCAA’s ruling that Memphis forfeit 38 games and a Final Four run two years ago. Calipari is now the coach at Kentucky and his focus should be on the Wildcats instead of an NCAA ruling that makes no sense in …

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Aug 10

UK Football: Practice update

LEXINGTON – The Kentucky football team completed the final day of acclimatization workouts during a hot, humid Monday afternoon at the Nutter Training Center. The Wildcats practiced in helmets, shoulder pads and shorts in a split-squad format. The team will put on all the pads on Tuesday and practice as a full team. “We got …

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Aug 07

Calipari visits UK football practice

The Kentucky football team welcomed a visitor to practice Friday night. Kentucky men’s basketball coach John Calipari paid to visit to the Nutter Training Center. The Kentucky coach came by the opening workout, chatting briefly with Brooks and watched the team practice. “I can’t wait for a home game and get to see 70,000 people …

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Aug 05

Vinny Zollo to play soccer

George Rogers Clark junior Vinny Zollo has had a busy summer, touring the country as a member of the Indiana Elite summer AAU basketball team. He will be busy this fall, too. Zollo not only will be playing basketball for the second season in a row at Clark, but is a member of the boys …

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Aug 04

UK Football: Lyons signs with Falcons

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Former Kentucky wide receiver Dicky Lyons Jr. signed a free-agent contract with the Atlanta Falcons on Tuesday. Lyons played for the Wildcats in 2004 and 2006-08 and is one of the most prolific receivers who ever wore the blue and white. He ranks fifth in school history in pass receptions (141), fourth …

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