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Former UK star Michael Kidd-Gilchrist visits Lexington children's hospital

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Sports fans at Kentucky Children's Hospital in Lexington had a big surprise Tuesday from a former University of Kentucky men's basketball player. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, who started on the 2012 National Championship team, wanted to bring smiles to children during the visit. Kidd-Gilchrist was born premature and...
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Kentucky’s 2022 Bowl Options

Following a 9-3 regular season Kentucky’s bowl options were pretty cut and dried. The choices were either the then-Outback Bowl in Tampa or Citrus Bowl in Orlando. Of course, the Cats ended up in the Citrus where they beat Iowa in an instant classic. Fast forward a year and Mark Stoops’ 7-5 squad has plenty of choices. Let’s break them down by looking at Kentucky’s 2022 Bowl Options.
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Checklist for Kentucky's Next Offensive Coordinator

Kentucky is once again looking for an offensive coordinator. Through ten seasons at the University of Kentucky Mark Stoops has hired five different coaches to lead his offense. Three of those five offensive coordinators had various degrees of success. To foresee what kind of coach he will hire this time, we can examine the past to see what Stoops prefers, and point out his correctable mistakes.
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Fan Bus Scheduled for NCAA Volleyball Tournament Regional in Lexington

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – WKU’s Hilltopper Athletic Foundation has announced that a fan bus has been finalized for this weekend as the Hilltopper Volleyball team is headed up the road to Lexington to take on Bowling Green in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday at 3:30 p.m. CT. For just $70, fans will receive an all-session pass (ticket for both Thursday and Friday’s matches) for postseason action in Lexington along with transportation to and from Memorial Coliseum on Thursday. Thursday’s bus will begin loading at 11:30 a.m. CT, and depart promptly at noon. Pick up will be located at South Campus off of Campbell Lane and return back to Bowling Green immediately after the match.
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Kentucky OL Commit to Take Official Visit to SEC Rival

Mars Hill Bible School (Ala.) offensive lineman Koby Keenum has been committed to Tennessee since July 9th, but one SEC school is not giving up hopes on flipping the commitment. Keenum announced earlier today on social media that he will take an official visit to Kentucky's annual cross-division ...
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Strength Scoop - Wednesday November 30, 2022

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Reeves scores 18, No. 19 Kentucky tops Bellarmine 60-41

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Antonio Reeves scored 18 points to lead No. 19 Kentucky to a 60-41 win over Bellarmine. Jacob Toppin had 12 points and CJ Fredrick finished with 11 as the Wildcats overcame a slow start. Bellarmine wasn't intimidated in its first meeting with the Wildcats and controlled the tempo until Kentucky wore down the Knights in the final 14 minutes.
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Jim Caldwell’s Forecast | A couple of colder days

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - A cold front will completely clear Kentucky by later today and we’ll feel every minute of it. On the other side of this cold front, temperatures will drop to the upper 30s to low 40s for afternoon readings for both Wednesday & Thursday. This puts us back below average for this part of November/December. We should be tracking highs in the upper 40s to around 50 but we won’t be doing that for at least two days.
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Column: Visiting Keeneland, Claiborne Farms

In our second day in Lexington, Ky., we visit two of the world’s most famous thoroughbred racing establishments. As we noted last week, in the first half of the 19th century, Henry Clay raised champion thoroughbred horses on his Ashland estate outside Lexington. Lexington recognizes horse racing’s debt to Clay in the Ashland Stakes, run annually at the Keeneland racecourse, opened in 1936 by Jack Keene, son of a wealthy thoroughbred owner. Each year since, Keeneland has hosted some of the nation’s most memorable races and has become one of the U.S.’s most recognizable racing venues. Keeneland hosted Queen Elizabeth in 1984, and most of the scenes of the movie “Seabiscuit” were filmed there.
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Former UK basketball player raising money for stuttering community

LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — A simple game of bowling brought together dozens in the Lexington community Monday night, all to support a cause close to the heart of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. “I stutter, and at first I thought that it was only me who stuttered, but I think over...
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UK, Scangarello parting ways after one season

(WKYT) – UK football is parting ways with offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello, according to a University of Kentucky spokesperson. Kentucky’s offense struggled at times during the regular season, compared to last year. The Wildcats (7-5) are averaging 22 points per game, which is 105th best in the country. UK’s offensive line has allowed 42 sacks on the season, an average of 3.5 per game. Only six teams nationally have allowed more.
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Bellarmine provides a test in first meeting, but Kentucky basketball passes: 3 takeaways

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Maybe this shouldn't have been surprising. After all, Tuesday represented the first time in history Bellarmine's men's basketball program had a swing at Kentucky. The little school that could out of Louisville, the one that stunned the more well-known university in town earlier this month, was itching to knock off the Wildcats, too.
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KSR Show Thread, 11/30: Ryan, Drew and Shannon react to all of Tuesday's UK news

Tuesday was a big day for news around UK Athletics as Kentucky Football announced its parting of ways with offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello before Kentucky Basketball played an uncomfortable game against Bellarmine in Rupp Arena. On today’s KSR, we’ll react to all that happened and look ahead to what’s next, but we’re doing it without Matt Jones on today’s program as he begins a well-timed vacation away from the madness.
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