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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.

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Just Six Days Away!

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 ESPN3.com Tickets
7:00 PM ET South Carolina State at Central Michigan Tickets
7:00 PM ET North Texas at Florida International ESPN3.com Tickets
7:00 PM ET New Hampshire at Toledo ESPN3.com Tickets
7:30 PM ET Fordham at Connecticut ESPN3.com Tickets
7:30 PM ET Western Carolina at Georgia Tech ESPN3.com Tickets
7:30 PM ET North Carolina Central at Rutgers ESPN3.com Tickets
8:00 PM ET UNLV at No. 11 Wisconsin  ESPN3.com Tickets
8:00 PM ET No. 20 Mississippi State at Memphis Tickets
8:00 PM ET Wake Forest at Syracuse ESPN3.com 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.

We Are Just Over 8 Days Away!

We are just over eight days away from the kickoff in Nashville, Tennessee against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. Here are some stories to help pass the time.

Joker Phillips at Media Day

Shortly after the Southeastern Conference Media Days, I read that Kentucky football coach wasn’t believable. He wasn’t as knowledgeable and passionate about the Kentucky football program like his counterparts. My question, what were you watching?

Joker Phillips has settled into his position as the head football coach of the University of Kentucky. As a homegrown talent and alumni of the university, Joker has as much love for this team as anyone possibly could. For anyone to criticize his investment in this program would be absolutely ludicrous. Coach is a man preaching the Big Blue gospel and recruits are receptive to it.  We should be fortunate to have found a coach that we don’t have to worry about leaving us for a better looking girl.

 

What Would You Like the Intro Music to Be?

UK is asking for your advice, so let your voice be heard! If you don’t want any of the answers provided, just post your recommendation in the comment section and I’ll start a new poll with all of the recommendations.