Total wins and losses only tell part of the story, and a deeper look makes the Mark Stoops Era look even worse.
The UFR series is the result of my rewatch of the previous game. It is meant to be an emotionless accounting with an emphasis on X’s and O’s, but this year’s team is testing that intent.
Every week during the season I break down film and chart UK’s games. The UFR series is my detached thoughts the morning after (but this one and only installment will open with a throat-clearing).
Focusing on one nugget from Monday's release of the Week One depth chart.
In cases of defence, 'tis best to weigh, the enemy more mighty than he seems
Can Drew Barker lead UK to the postseason? The tenth and final chapter of the position preview series.
Two factors that lead to UK winning 100% of its games
In a season that has high stakes and slim margins, it cannot be overstated how important special teams are to the 2016 season.
The following preview was discovered during a recent estate sale of writings belonging to deceased author H.P. Lovecraft. It's believed to have been written in the summer of 1936.
The secondary will be the strength of the defense - just don't overhype them.
UK must rely on youth and varying degrees of experience for its exterior pass-rush and perimeter patrollers.
The season preview series hits the halfway mark with our sixth chapter that examines the team strength.
Today we finish the discussion of the defensive line by previewing the defensive tackles and ends. There's more reasons for optimism that most seem to think.
Lots of new faces at inside linebacker which could be good or bad. They had good recruiting rankings coming out of high school, but today very little collegiate production.
It's Chapter Three of ASoB’s season preview. Today, we talk about the receivers who drew fan ire, and the tight ends who showed promise in 2015.
The first part of ASoB’s position previews, and it starts with the building block of the defense.
Briefly previewing the season before the upcoming position breakdowns. This is the first chapter of ten to be published over the next five weeks.
How will UK do in Year 4 of the Mark Stoops era?
Idle chat about who Mark Stoops should hire to replace Andy Buh.
Pass-rushers are needed, but not the only kind you had in mind.
CJ Conrad will be used more this season, but not for the reasons one probably thinks.
The biggest story of the football team's offseason is developing a young defensive front.
What impact will Jason Hatcher's dismissal have on the 2016 defense?
Is the 2014 signing class that featured Matt Elam and Drew Barker better than the 2016 signing class that featured Landon Young and Drake Jackson?
The calendar turns to February - the make or break month for teams across the country. It's a good time to check and see how the Wildcats have progressed in some of the offensive categories we've been tracking this season.
When the weak and timid guy suddenly Hulks up and plays strong, it shows in the results.
Mark Stoops is poised to sign his best recruiting class to date despite back-to-back 5-7 seasons. He can thank an unusually strong in-state recruiting class, and renewed success in Ohio.
With conference play starting this Saturday we continue our check in with Wildcats' statistical trends. Today we see what has changed defensively since early December.
With conference play starting this Saturday it's a good time to check in with the offense and see what has changed since early December.
Building upon Hank's post from last week.
Will next year be better? There are several reasons to be hopeful that it will.
Bringing a three year series that covered UK football on a wider season-to-season angle to its conclusion.
Kentucky vs Duke (1998) pic.twitter.com/KeFFiLjJDY— KY Clips (@KY__Clips) January 30, 2023
Kentucky vs Duke (1998) pic.twitter.com/KeFFiLjJDY
Kentucky-Kansas in Rupp Arena.Let the battle begin. pic.twitter.com/M4gyC0KEXH— Kentucky Men’s Basketball (@KentuckyMBB) January 27, 2023
Kentucky-Kansas in Rupp Arena.Let the battle begin. pic.twitter.com/M4gyC0KEXH
Jeff Sheppard vs Stanford (1998) pic.twitter.com/wVtLMtlXA9— KY Clips (@KY__Clips) January 25, 2023
Jeff Sheppard vs Stanford (1998) pic.twitter.com/wVtLMtlXA9