A win for either team will speak volumes for their resume this season and will allow for major bragging rights until the two teams meet next — either in the postseason or next regular season.
Big matches for @KentuckyVB this week! We talk to head coach Craig Skinner about facing no. 3 Louisville, no. 2 Nebraska, and more.— BBN Tonight (@BBNTonight) September 13, 2022
Watch it tonight at 7:30 p.m. on @LEX18News pic.twitter.com/hY6cTJ7dKX
Kentucky is 5-2 so far this season, including wins over ranked opponents such as No. 17 Creighton and No. 25 Southern Cal. The two losses the Wildcats have suffered came against Marquette and Wisconsin.
Louisville is 7-1 on the year with their single loss coming vs. Ohio State. The Wildcats have won 31 of the 57 total meetings, including nine of the previous 11.
No. 13 @KentuckyVB hosts No. 3 Louisville at Memorial Coliseum TOMORROW at 7 PM. Wear white. Let's bring the energy— Team Wildcat (@TeamWildcat) September 13, 2022
Students get in FREE by showing their ID at the door. There will be student sections on the court and in section X. pic.twitter.com/7u9MZ9e1OR
The match will air on ESPN Wednesday night and is set to begin at 7 pm ET. It’s just the fourth time a women’s college volleyball match has been televised on ESPN since 1997.
Tickets are available at UKathletics.com/tickets and the UK Athletics Ticket Office on Lexington Ave. UK students will get in FREE by showing their student ID.
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Kentucky vs. Florida was the most watched Saturday game in September on ESPN since 2018, garnering 4.3 million viewers. pic.twitter.com/5D9H5SdQyr— PFF College (@PFF_College) September 13, 2022
All eyes were on the Wildcats.
The legendary campout is scheduled for October 1st.
That’s an incredible streak.
He’s an essential piece to their offense.
Will he hit 62?
They’ll really need it here in a couple of weeks.
At least he admits his mistake.
It’s about time.
He had a pretty tough season opener.