I don’t have the time to keep up with the Kentucky recruiting blog that I started and got so popular. I want to thank everyone that took the time to read my blog and comment on my material. I have encountered a lot of great people that I otherwise would not have. I will always remain a diehard Kentucky Wildcat, but my life with school and work just do not allow for such a time consuming hobby. My blog will return to my thoughts on the wide world and sports and my future profession. I hope all of my readers and subscribers will stick around and enjoy the new content. I hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving!
Three days away from the Kentucky Wildcat’s opening kickoff. Remember that game can be watched late Thursday night on ESPNU or ESPN3.com. Here are some more articles to keep your heart beat steady.
- Collins to miss season; Trevathan, Hines named captains
- Kentucky football Saturday practice notes and video
- Cats’ secondary coming together in bid to create more turnovers
- Wildcats continue to look sharp in practice
- New stars ready to replace UK’s lost talent
- Kentucky scouting report
- Federspiel family about Big Blue and WKU
- Kentucky football coach Joker Phillips a devil on details
- Kentucky football loses Jerrell Priester
- Kentucky has second football scrimmage
- Defensive back Priester leaves Kentucky football team
- Video: Phillips announces WR (Daryl) Collins out for season
- Inspirational teen’ talk touches Kentucky football team members
- Reaction from UK’s second preseason football scrimmage
- Wildcats have second scrimmage
- Cats begin game preps
- Joker’s reign requires patience
- Video: Phillips Talks Practice, announces Nile Daniel will not be with team
- Kentucky wide receiver La’Rod King gets a grip on things
- Long but no longer lean, Kentucky’s Ukwu now fits profile of an SEC defensive end
- Wildcat positional preview: Defensive Front Seven
- Kentucky and LSU Scrimmage Notes
- Kentucky football coach Joker Phillips leaves ‘em laughing at luncheon
The University of Kentucky helps kick off the 2011-2012 college football season next Thursday when they travel to Nashville to play the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers’ at the Tennessee Titans’ LP Field. The Wildcats are one of fifteen games to take place next Thursday, the opening day of the season. They are also one of ten games to be featured in some variety by ESPN. You can catch the Wildcats live on ESPNU at 9:15 PM ET next Thursday. Let’s take a look at the other slate of games.
|6:00 PM ET||Murray State at Louisville||Tickets|
|7:00 PM ET||Villanova at Temple||Tickets|
|7:00 PM ET||South Carolina State at Central Michigan||Tickets|
|7:00 PM ET||North Texas at Florida International||Tickets|
|7:00 PM ET||New Hampshire at Toledo||Tickets|
|7:30 PM ET||Fordham at Connecticut||Tickets|
|7:30 PM ET||Western Carolina at Georgia Tech||Tickets|
|7:30 PM ET||North Carolina Central at Rutgers||Tickets|
|8:00 PM ET||UNLV at No. 11 Wisconsin||Tickets|
|8:00 PM ET||No. 20 Mississippi State at Memphis||Tickets|
|8:00 PM ET||Wake Forest at Syracuse||Tickets|
|8:00 PM ET||Montana State at Utah||Tickets|
|9:00 PM ET||Bowling Green at Idaho||Tickets|
|10:00 PM ET||UC Davis at Arizona State|
PS, if you want to catch the Cats on the road in Nashville, you still have time to order your tickets HERE. Tickets start at just under $36.
Could Kentucky be in the market for another former Michigan offensive line commitment from the state of Florida? The player in this case made it a little further than Kentucky freshman, James Elliott. Elliott attended Pensacola Catholic HS in Florida and was the teammate of another Kentucky recruit.
Tony Posada is a freshman from Plant High School in Tampa, Florida. Posada had signed a letter-of-intent and enrolled at the University of Michigan, but shortly after joining the team; he decided it wasn’t for him. Could Kentucky be an option? Prior to signing with the Wolverine, Posada held an offer from Kentucky and many other Southeastern Conference programs. Kentucky taking on this talented player is just pure speculation, there are no rumors to suggest that it’s even a possibility.
My thinking is that Kentucky has a history of taking on talented transfers. It hasn’t worked out the best in every case, but the team is more receptive than some. In fact, the Wildcats are still awaiting word on former Ohio State defensive end, Keith Wells. Also, with the established connection and a history of Wildcat recruiting in the state of Florida, I wouldn’t rule it out. Florida guys seem to find their way back into the conference they grew up watching when given the opportunity.
With that said, Posada would have to sit out the standard one year for transferring to another BCS program. He still has a redshirt year, so he could join the team immediately and do everything but play the games. I will try to track down some info on who he might be considering on the rebound, but I thought I would put it out there.