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Double Coverage Football:
Missouri has made it no secret how proud they are to be a part of the SEC. From the "SEC" chants to this miserable music video, the fans have been loud and proud about ditching the Big 12 for the prestige of the SEC. The only problem? Well, they actually thought they'd compete in their new conference. After four straight SEC losses to Georgia, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Alabama, the Tigers' first conference win came gift wrapped in the form of the Kentucky Wildcats. The school was so proud that the fifth time was a charm that they decided to make commemorative t-shirts, celebrating their first conference win in their inaugural SEC season.
So, if you're feeling like you need to bring a piece of history into your household stop by the Mizzou bookstore and fork over $16.99 for your very own "Missouri Caged the Cats" t-shirt. Don't worry, those XX's you see where the score should be? The bookstore website says those will be replaced w...
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LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Kentucky coach Joker Phillips has tried to maintain a sense of humor during what has been a difficult season and mounting questions about his job status.
"I was coming over here today, and I got in the car, and my seat was hot," he said. "And I looked up, and I had hit the seat warmer."
Questions regarding Phillips' future and Kentucky...
Kentucky lost six players from last year's national championship team and is again projected to be title contender this season.
Yes, Wildcats coach John Calipari signed another talented freshman class.
The high expectations remain after the Wildcats won their eighth title behind freshmen Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Marquis Teague. All were first-round NBA draft...
Kentucky has fired football coach Joker Phillips, a day after an embarrassing loss to Vanderbilt.
Athletic Director Mitch Barnhart announced Phillips' dismissal Sunday in an open letter on the athletic department's web site.
The Wildcats lost their eighth straight game on Saturday, a 40-0 home loss to Vanderbilt. It was their worst loss to the Commodores in 96 years.
Kentucky coach John Calipari says the Wildcats have a lot of work to do in Thursday's exhibition opener against NAIA program Northwood (Fla.) University in order to get prepared for the 2012-13 season.
Kentucky coach John Calipari is mixing and matching his personnel as the Wildcats prepare for the upcoming season, trying to find the best lineup combinations.
The Kentucky staff continues to prepare freshman quarterback duo Jalen Whitlow and Patrick Towles for split duty on Saturday against Vanderbilt.