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Guest post: Returning home not always a good thing for athletes and coaches

By TINA COX If you live secluded from the world I have a news flash for you:  LeBron James is coming home. I will admit I am a LeBron fan. His natural talent and passion for the game should not be questioned. Cleveland despised him four years ago and now welcome him home with open …

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Jacob Tamme: “To suit up and win a ring with him (Wesley Woodyard) and Danny (Trevathan) will be really special”

By LARRY VAUGHT Former Kentucky tight end Jacob Tamme is headed to his second Super Bowl, but two of his former UK teammates — linebackers Wesley Woodyard (48 tackles) and Danny Trevathan (87 tackles) — will be going to their first Super Bowl with the Broncos. The only schools with more players in the Super Bowl …

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Chuck Smith wanted a chance to be head coach again — and now he has it at Madison Central

By LARRY VAUGHT He spent eight years coaching linebackers at the University of Kentucky, but Chuck Smith says there’s nothing quite like the excitement of Friday night high school football. “When the lights come on on Friday night and the fans, cheerleaders and everything gets going, it’s just a great environment and one I love,” said …

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Guest post: Chuck Smith taught fan about “aha” moment, so she knows it will come at Kentucky

By TINA COX I like Kentucky football. I watch Kentucky football games.  I have no expectations for Kentucky football, therefore I am never disappointed.  This being said, I realized something this past weekend.  Things will change.  It will take time, but when it happens fans will know–it will be an “aha” moment. Coach Chuck Smith …

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From walk-on transfer to special teams starter, meet Wildcat Tre’ Dunn

Vaught’s note: With Kentucky having a bye week, I hope you’ll enjoy one of the unsung stories about walk-on Tre’ Dunn and the path he took to become a special teams regular this season. It’s what makes college athletics still special for me to cover. Enjoy. By LARRY VAUGHT It would be easy for Tre’ …

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South Warren DT Adrian Middleton has “huge upside” to go along with Kentucky offer

By LARRY VAUGHT During his days at Boyle County High School and Western Kentucky University, Brandon Smith was a quarterback and set numerous records during his prep career. Now he’s the defensive coordinator at South Warren High School and has two players — defensive tackle Adrian Middleton and linebacker Joel Iyiegbuniwe. Middleton has offers from Kentucky, …

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Versatile Timmons priority for Neal Brown and UK but Florida has jumped back into picture

By LARRY VAUGHT Franklin County standout Ryan Timmons still is not ready to make his college choice and recently has added scholarship offers from California and Missouri to those he already had and Florida — thanks to receivers coach Joker Phillips — continues to make a push for him. The versatile Timmons is one of …

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Chuck Smith knows recruiting connection Neal Brown has to Texas will be huge benefit to UK

By LARRY VAUGHT Former Kentucky recruiting coordinator Chuck Smith believes adding Neal Brown as offensive coordinator will do more than just help UK’s offensive production. Smith understands how important having a recruiting base in Texas could be for UK, and that’s something Brown has after spending the last three years as Texas Tech’s offensive coordinator. …

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