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Campus visit convinced Marcus Walker that re-committing to UK was best for him

By LARRY VAUGHT Florida safety Marcus Walker said that the best advice high school teammate Luke Hiers gave him after he de-committed to UK was that once he visited UK, he would be sold on the Wildcats since Walker made his original verbal commitment without taking a visit. That’s why he decided to re-open his …

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Wesley Woodyard wants to be “guy that everybody can talk to” with Tennessee Titans

By TERESA WALKER, AP Pro Football Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Finding his locker parked in the middle of the defensive backs left linebacker Wesley Woodyard feeling nervous as he joined the Titans. A defensive captain in Denver, Woodyard wasn’t quite sure what to think. Turns out the Titans knew exactly what they were doing with …

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Long-time fan and season ticket-holder enjoyed clinic interaction with coaches, players

By LARRY VAUGHT Betty Grey has been a Kentucky football season ticket holder since coach Hal Mumme’s first year, but says she has been a fan for even longer. “My first game at Commonwealth Stadium was back in the 70′s right after it opened, homecoming against Tulane as a birthday present from my Dad,” she …

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Is former UK great Randall Cobb next in line for a contract extension with Green Bay?

 GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Randall Cobb doesn’t know if he’s next on the Green Bay Packers re-signing to-do list. His teammates are assuming that’s the case. One day after fellow wide receiver Jordy Nelson signed a reported four-year, $39 million contract extension, Cobb stood at his locker Sunday following the team’s second training-camp …

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Guest post: Women’s Clinic highlights included wives’ panel, uniforms, player introductions and Col. Jason Cummins

By LORI METCALF University of Kentucky Football had another big score with this year’s Women’s Clinic! My favorite part was when we got to run drills in each of eight stations. The position coaches and a few players taught us proper techniques for catching the ball and holding the ball while running; stances for various …

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Photos from the 2014 UK Football Women’s Clinic

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Jordan Swindle explains what being “baddest dude” on offensive line means

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky junior offensive tackle Jordan Swindle was called the “baddest dude” on the offensive line by coordinator Neal Brown — and loved every minute of it. “Definitely a compliment.That is what I strive to be,” Swindle said. “In high school I had to be the nastiest due on the offensive line because I …

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What does Neal Brown think of high school football in Kentucky

By LARRY VAUGHT Recently I had a chance to ask Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown about his overview of high school football in Kentucky from a recruiting and team standpoint. Enjoy his answer: “One of coach (Mark) Stoops’ main priorities is that we have to do a good job of getting the guys we identify …

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