Monthly Archives: December 2009

Wyndham named second-team Freshman All-American

Defensive end Taylor Wyndham was chosen second-team Freshman All-America by Phil Steele’s College Football. Wyndham, a redshirt freshman from Swansea, S.C., played well as a reserve early in the season, then emerged into the starting lineup for the final six … Continue reading

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Cats named ‘SEC’s biggest surprise’

Kentucky was chosen as the “biggest surprise” of the Southeastern Conference for the 2009 football season by ESPN.com.’s Chris Low. Wrote Low: “The Wildcats were on the brink of having their first eight-win regular season since 1984, but lost a … Continue reading

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Peters named first-team All-SEC by coaches

University of Kentucky senior defensive tackle Corey Peters was named to the Coaches All-SEC first-team announced on Tuesday. Peters had 52 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, four sacks, and five pass breakups this season and was named SEC Defensive Lineman … Continue reading

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Cobb makes first-team All-SEC

University of Kentucky sophomore Randall Cobb has been named first-team All-SEC by the Associated Press. Cobb, who has 1,656 total yards on the season, made the team as an all-purpose player. Cobb caught 37 passes for 426 yards and four … Continue reading

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UK picks up three commitments

UK added three more commitments to its 2010 class this weekend, and all came from players who visited for the North Carolina basketball game. The highest-rated player to commit was Arkansas defensive back Anterio Sloan, a four-star player who had … Continue reading

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Cats to face Clemson in Music City Bowl

It’s now official. Kentucky is headed back to the Music City Bowl for the third time in four years. And not only will the Wildcats be in a familiar locale, they’ll also be facing a familiar foe. UK will play … Continue reading

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Maxwell to miss bowl game with torn labrum

The University of Kentucky senior linebacker Sam Maxwell will undergo surgery to repair a torn labrum and will miss the Wildcats’ upcoming game in the Music City Bowl. Kentucky Coach Rich Brooks didn’t specify when the injury took place. UK … Continue reading

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Cats hosting recruits for UK-UNC hoops

The Kentucky football is taking advantage of Saturday’s high-profile game with North Carolina to host one of its biggest weekends of the year. Among those expected to be in attendance at Rupp Arena is one of the Wildcats’ biggest remaining … Continue reading

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UK to Music City; opponent to be determined

While it can’t be officially announced until Sunday, the University of Kentucky is headed back to the Music City Bowl for the third time in four seasons. The only question remaining is who the Wildcats’ opponent will be. Kentucky (7-5) … Continue reading

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