Kentucky News Around The Web
- 5 ways to help football safety without 10-second rule
- Kentucky's ticket plan for spring game
- SEC to review alcohol policy for fans at off-campus games
- 68 reasons CFB is better than March Madness
- Expect Saban to get back on top before Calipari
- Challenges are many for some SEC coaches
- SEC engaging in spring arms race
- UK RB transfer Braylon Heard is one to watch
- PDF report on collge football pace of play
- Duck Commander a new sponsor for bowl game
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Kentucky hires safeties and special teams coach
Mark Stoops hires Craig Naivar, who will coach the safeties and special teams.
SEC East in-depth defensive breakdown ahead of spring practice
The SEC East returns several top defensive players in 2014, and here’s a breakdown by team.
NCAA adjusts targeting rule
The NCAA makes a much-needed adjustment to the targeting rule for the 2014 season.
11 former SEC players on 2014 College Football Hall of Fame Ballot
The College Football Hall of Fame announced the 2014 candidates today.
Top five realistic 2015 recruiting targets: Kentucky Wildcats
Kentucky put together arguably its best football recruiting class of the digital age, and the Wildcats look like they’re on the right path to do it again.
Mizzou unveils Gary Pinkel’s new contract, how it compares with other SEC coaches’ salaries
Gary Pinkel’s new contract was officially announced today.
SEC’s top impact newcomers of 2014: No. 26 Kentucky DT Cory Johnson
SDS will rank the SEC’s potential instant impact freshmen–using the month of March–by ranking them No. 31 down to No. 1. Today we look at Kentucky DT Cory Johnson.