KENTUCKY WILDCATS RUMORS & GOSSIP
GAINESVILLE, Fla. Joker Phillips wants to win again. He needs to win again.Wins were difficult to come by the last couple of seasons for Phillips as head coach at Kentucky.
In 2010, the Kentucky graduate became the first coach in school history to take the Wildcats to a bowl game in his first season. Over the next two seasons the Wildcats won only seven games, including a 2-10 record...
It didn't take Joker Phillips long to find another job.
The former Kentucky head coach landed at No. 4 Florida on Monday, joining the Gators as receivers coach and recruiting coordinator.
Florida coach Will Muschamp says Phillips will begin work Friday, adding that his ''background as a head coach and the number of years he has coached wide receivers will be a tremendous...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago
Meet Tennessee Volunteer mascot Smokey the dog. He charged the field prior to the game on Saturday along with the rest of the team, he just didn't know when to stop. The dog kept on trucking toward mid field and took a swipe at Kentucky kicker Craig McIntosh from behind. Not a bad way to show some team spirit if you ask me. Good job Smokey, you earned your job back for...
Smokey, Tennessee's mascot, got loose yesterday and went straight for the tackle on Kentucky kicker Craig McIntosh.
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Freshman Jalen Whitlow passed for one touchdown and ran for another, Raymond Sanders rushed for a career-high 123 yards and a TD and Kentucky blew out Samford 34-3 Saturday night to end an eight-game losing streak.
The Wildcats (2-9) scored their highest point total since beating Kent State 47-14 on Sept. 8. Kentucky's skid led to the Nov. 4 firing of coach Joker Phillips, who...
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17 days ago
THE MOTORCYCLE DIARIES
Bobby Petrino's father told a Louisville newspaper that his son is interested in the soon-to-be vacant head coaching position with the Kentucky Wildcats.
CBSSports.com is reporting that Joker Phillips will no longer be the head football coach at Kentucky after the season ends according to athletic director Mitch Barnhart.
Barnhart wrote an open letter to Wildcat fans, and posted it on UKAthletics.com Sunday.
After much conversation, evaluation and prayer, I have determined that it is in the best interest of our athletics program...
Pat Forde of Yahoo! Sports reported on Sunday that after the University of Kentucky fired its head coach Joker Phillips, that according to sources Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter was among several candidates on the short list by UK athletic director Mitch Barnhart to take over the gig.
Koetter joined the Falcons this year after five seasons as the offensive coordinator...
With the football program opening the season 1-9 and currently suffering an eight-game losing streak, the University of Kentucky has announced head coach Joker Phillips will be fired after the season.
In an open letter to the school and public, athletic director Mitch Barnhartannounced the decision:
After much conversation, evaluation and prayer, I have determined that...
The first domino in the college football coaching carousel fell on Sunday, as Joker Phillips was fired at Kentucky. Phillips led the Wildcats to a...
Kentucky is toting a 1-9 record this season and has not won a game in the SEC, and as a result head coach Joker Phillips has been fired.
The title pretty much tells you everything you need to know about this one. The Hilltoppers scored on a play where quarterback Kuwaun Jakes handed the ball off to Antonio Andrews, who then passed the ball back across the field to Jakes who was wide open and able to trot into the end zone for the 2 points.
This is the first win for Western Kentucky over a SEC team. This is also the...
Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Maxwell Smith wore a helmet cam during a recent preseason practice session, and the school recently posted some of the video to Youtube.
The video was primarily taken during 7-on-7 drills from a practice where the players wore only helmets and shoulder pads, but seeing the plays unfold from the quarterback's vantage point was extremely cool...
As a motivation tool, Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong reportedly has added rival Kentucky's logo to the urinals in the locker room and a player tweeted a photo of one.