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Friday Headlines: Kentucky Football Media Day Edition

Just four weeks from the regular season.

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Tomorrow marks just four short weeks until Kentucky football’s season opener vs. Ball State at Kroger Field in Lexington. With the regular season rapidly approaching, today is actually Kentucky Football’s Media Day. And while you may be thinking Kentucky already did this a few weeks ago in Nashville, this is actually something that’s stand-alone for Kentucky.

This is the media’s annual opportunity to visit Kroger Field before the season begins to ask questions and put a stamp on their preseason coverage of the team. For the last decade, each year has been a hit with head coach Mark Stoops and staff as well as his players.

Media Day is a chance for coaches and players to build relationships with the media group that will cover the team through the thick and thin of the upcoming season. Lots of humor and great content will be captured as well as memorable moments. In fact, Kentucky Sports Radio took a glance back at the some of the more recent Media Day memories.

Stay tuned throughout today and this weekend for coverage from this year’s Kentucky football Media Day.

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