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Gameday is here as the football Cats look to get their season back on track during UK Athletics’ Hall of Fame weekend.

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Kentucky Goes For Third Straight Win Over South Carolina | UK Wildcats News
Kentucky seeks its third consecutive victory over SEC Eastern Division rival South Carolina on Saturday night in Commonwealth Stadium. The Cats knocked off the Gamecocks 26-22 in Columbia last season, their fourth win at Williams-Brice Stadium. UK also won in 2014, scoring a thrilling 45-38 victory.

Get to know your new quarterback, Stephen Johnson | Kentucky Sports Radio
With the news that Drew Barker will be out at least a month with a back injury, the reins of the Kentucky offense are now firmly in Stephen Johnson's hands.

Kentucky in need of leadership on struggling defense - 247
Kentucky's inexperienced defense has stoked Mark Stoops' ire this week. Is a lack of leadership to blame?

Hot Seat Rankings: SEC coaches should watch their backs - CBSSports.com
The temperature is rising for four well-known SEC coaches. Stoops earned a five on the heat scale, which means he is in a ‘Win of Be Fired’ situation. Last week he was only a four, or a “Better start improving” rating.

Calipari pays return visit to Mohamed Bamba - 247
John Calipari was in his old stomping grounds in Pennsylvania to watch top-five prospects Mohamed Bamba and Cameron Reddish Friday.

Kentucky Faces No. 8 South Carolina on Sunday in Columbia | UK Wildcats News
The Kentucky women’s soccer team will look to hand the No. 8 South Carolina Gamecocks their first loss of the season as the Wildcats travel to the Palmetto State for a 2 p.m. ET match against USC on Sunday.

10 things to know in college football for Week 4 | PFF
From the return of Seth Russell to Michigan State's latest performance, with Week 4 on the horizon, here are 10 things you need to know about this weekend’s slate of games:

Nick Chubb makes return to field after devastating knee injury - ESPN
We see the brutal injury and celebrate an athlete's return, but we don't often see the painful process of recovery. This is the story of Nick Chubb's remarkable and arduous rehabilitation.

Chuck Hayes 'will always bleed blue' - 247
Former Wildcat forward Chuck Hayes says he 'will always bleed blue' as he goes into Kentucky Athletics Hall of Fame this weekend.

2016 SEC football Week 4 TV commentators - Team Speed Kills
The #TessEffect will be in full effect this weekend.

Rousey could return to Octagon in December - ESPN
Ronda Rousey's trainer Edmond Tarverdyan told ESPN that a fight with reigning UFC bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes has been discussed for Dec. 30 in Las Vegas, but no decision has been made.

Dr. Ken Jeong reviews a whole slew of other television and film doctors The A.V. Club
As someone who's been a real doctor and a fake one, Dr. Ken Jeong is uniquely qualified to grade a bunch of pop culture doctors from TV and film.

And here is the latest episode of the Kentucky Crazies Podcast, where our own Will Marshall joins the show to talk UK Football and other happenings.