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How high should expectations be for the Cats?

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We’re now three weeks away from the start of the 2020 Kentucky Wildcats season.

What’s normally a challenging schedule grew even harder the non-conference games were axed and two extra SEC games were added, including a trip to Alabama.

Even so, expectations are high for this team amongst its fanbase and local media. Even national experts are starting to buy in on the Cats.

But with just 10 games to show what they’re made of, what should we expect in terms of the Cats final record?

247 Sports thinks a 5-5 mark is the reasonable expectation for the Cats. But with the potential this team has, six or even seven wins don’t feel out of the realm of possibility.

What do you think are reasonable expectations for Kentucky’s 2020 season?

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And his dad is contending as the New York Jets’ lead back... just wild.


UK tackles like what they are seeing from quarterback Terry Wilson - YourSportsEdge

Get ready for a big year from the Wildcats’ QB.

Clemson’s Dabo Swinney: CFP shouldn’t wait for Big Ten, Pac-12 - ESPN

What’s your guess on the Big Ten playing, and when?

Kentucky Football: 10 Big Questions - Cats Illustrated

The season is just around the corner.

Grizzlies rising star Ja Morant wins NBA Rookie of the Year in landslide - USA Today

Shockingly, this wasn’t even close.

Jacksonville Jaguars trade safety Ronnie Harrison to Cleveland Browns - ESPN

Could the Jags be any more obvious with their tanking?

SEC Nation will not hit the road in 2020 - Kentucky Sports Radio

Super sad news.

Source: Indianapolis Colts make Ryan Kelly NFL’s highest-paid center - ESPN

Big man gets the big pay day.