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According to Jon Hale of the Louisville Courier-Journal, Kentucky reached out to Ed Reed to fill the void left by Derrick Ansley, who left the Wildcats to join Alabama's staff.
The Wildcats landed a major transfer commitment on Sunday.
The Wildcats are hoping to successfully replace LB Josh Forrest, who was the heart of the Kentucky defense in 2015.
Kentucky's 2015 season created a logjam around the .500 mark for the Wildcats' winning percentage against the SEC. There are five teams Kentucky is tied or within one game of .500 against.
The new look includes a fresh logo design on top of both chrome and matte black.
After back-to-back 5-7 seasons in Lexington, the stage is set for a pivotal season for coach Mark Stoops and his program. Can the Wildcats find that little bit extra in the passing game?
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The University of Kentucky unveiled new uniforms for the 2016 season Friday.
While ESPN's coverage of National Signing Day went well into the afternoon hours, Kentucky put a bow on its 25-man recruiting class before lunch on Wednesday.
Kentucky coach Mark Stoops had plenty to say to the media about his 2016 recruiting class. Here are the highlights.
Here are the first five players to commit to the University of Kentucky on National Signing Day on Wednesday
Kentucky's 2016 recruiting class is highlighted by several in-state players, including some highly ranked offensive linemen that chose Kentucky over more tradition-rich programs.
Kentucky could be getting a new receivers coach, and it could be coming from its arch rival.
What are the key questions surrounding Kentucky in the 2016 recruiting cycle?
Mark Zerof
Assessing Kentucky's 2016 recruiting class,
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Mark Stoops picked up another commitment for the defensive side of the ball on Thursday.
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Kentucky picked up a second commitment from a running back on Wednesday.
Kentucky's 2015 recruiting class was 38th nationally and 13th in the SEC, so it's not surprising that there weren't more contributions from the newcomers for the Wildcats last season. What the group lacked in quantity it made up for with quality, as several first-year players wound up being a big part of the team's plans last season.
Finding a program-changing quarterback and coaching three-star players into stars has been an issue for Kentucky in recent years.
There were bright spots in 2015, but ultimately, the Wildcats fell short in the most crucial moments. Here are five areas in which they need to improve next fall:
One of Mark Stoops' original staff members is reportedly moving to the ACC.