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Box score from UK’s 86-28 rout of Montana State

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Sluggish start becomes a blowout in UK’s win over Montana State

Montana State at Kentucky Men’s Basketball

Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky.

Nov. 23, 2014

FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 86, Montana State 28

  • Kentucky is 5-0 and Montana State is 0-4.
  • This was the first game ever between Kentucky and Montana State.
  • Kentucky is 183-27 all-time when ranked No. 1 and has won 23 of the last 25 games as The Associated Press top-ranked team.
    • Coach John Calipari has led three teams to a No. 1 ranking (Massachusetts, Memphis, Kentucky) and has a 67-9 record as the top-ranked coach, including 26-4 at UK.
  • Kentucky returns to action Tuesday at home against UT Arlington. Game time is 7 p.m. and it will be televised by the SEC Network.

Continue reading: Sluggish start becomes a blowout in UK’s win over Montana State

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Eastern Kentucky football will host Indiana State in opening round of playoffs

RICHMOND, Ky. – The Eastern Kentucky University football team learned Sunday morning it earned one of 13 at-large bids to the 2014 NCAA Division I FCS playoffs. The Colonels will host Missouri Valley Football Conference foe Indiana State in the first round this Saturday, Nov. 29 at 1 p.m.

 

Saturday’s playoff game will be televised on ESPN3.

Continue reading: Eastern Kentucky football will host Indiana State in opening round of playoffs

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Lindsey Wilson football headed to Chicago for quarterfinal round

No. 6 Lindsey Wilson Football travels to No. 3 Saint Xavier on Saturday in FCS Quarterfinals

COLUMBIA, Ky. – Lindsey Wilson football is heading to the Windy City for a Saturday date with Saint Xavier (Ill.) in the Football Championship Series Quarterfinals.

Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. CT at Bruce R. Deaton Memorial Field in Chicago.

The No. 6-ranked Blue Raiders (10-2) won their first-ever FCS game on Saturday, 20-17 over No. 11-ranked Faulkner (Ala.) at Blue Raider Stadium. The win extended Lindsey Wilson’s winning streak to a program-high seven straight games.

No. 3-ranked Saint Xavier defeated Campbellsville (Ky.) 38-35 yesterday at home to run its all-time home playoff record to 9-1. The Cougars have won six straight, including three wins over ranked opponents during the streak.

Lindsey Wilson football coach Chris Oliver says he has great respect for Saint Xavier and looks forward to the opportunity to play such a storied program.

“Saint Xavier has been a mainstay on the national scene since Coach Feminis has been there, including their national championship in 2011,” Oliver said.  “They are well coached and play a great style of football.  We’re excited about the opportunity to play against such a quality opponent.”

The Lindsey Wilson and Saint Xavier game is one of four quarterfinal games set for Saturday. The remainder of the FCS Quarterfinals includes:

Game 1: Southern Oregon (10-2) at Carroll (Mont.) (10-1)
Game 2: Marian (Ind.) (9-2) at Grand View (Iowa) (10-1)
Game 3: Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) (10-2) at Saint Xavier (Ill.) (9-2)
Game 4: Missouri Valley (9-2) at Morningside (Iowa) (10-1)

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Florida becomes bowl eligible with 52-3 win over Eastern Kentucky

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Host Florida tossed five touchdown passes on the way to a 52-3 victory over the Eastern Kentucky University football team Saturday afternoon. This was the first-ever meeting between the two programs.

 

Florida (6-4) never trailed as the Gators scored on three of their first four possessions.

 

The No. 14 (FCS) Colonels (9-3) trailed 10-0 until senior kicker Andrew Lloyd connected on a career-best 51-yard field goal late in the first quarter.

Continue reading: Florida becomes bowl eligible with 52-3 win over Eastern Kentucky

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Up 19 at the half, UK Hoops has to fight to hang on for road win

UK Hoops 2014-15 Postgame Notes
#13/9 Kentucky 71, Central Michigan 68

McGuirk Arena – Mt. Pleasant, Mich.

Nov. 22, 2014

Team Records and Series Notes

  • Kentucky is in its 41st season of varsity women’s basketball.
  • Matthew Mitchell is in his eighth season as the head coach of the Wildcats. He already ranks first on UK’s all-time wins list with 174 and winning percentage (.716).
  • This was the second meeting between Kentucky and Central Michigan. Kentucky now leads the series 2-0 (1-0 at home, 1-0 away).
    • Matthew Mitchell is now 2-0 at UK against Central Michigan.
  • Kentucky improves to 716-486 (59.9) all-time.
  • UK is now 32-4 all-time against teams from the Mid-American Conference and has won 12 straight games vs. MAC teams, dating back to 2001.
  • Today’s attendance was 2,361.
  • Next up: UK will travel to the Virgin Islands to compete in the 2014 Paradise Jam Island Tournament. The Wildcats face Illinois (3-0) on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, at 6 p.m. ET to start the three-game event. The game will be broadcast on Paradisejam.com, as well as the UK Sports Network with Neil Price.
    • UK will also play Oklahoma (Nov. 28) and USF (Nov. 29).

Continue reading: Up 19 at the half, UK Hoops has to fight to hang on for road win

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Lindsey Wilson advances to NAIA quarterfinals, beats Faulkner 20-17

COLUMBIA, Ky. – Josh Haney’s fourth-quarter, 45-yard touchdown run proved to be the game-winner as No. 6-ranked Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) football defeated visiting Faulkner (Ala.) 20-17 today at Blue Raider Stadium.

Haney broke free from a crowded line of scrimmage into the open field and made one man miss en route to the end zone to give the Blue Raiders at 20-9 lead with 4:25 left in regulation. Haney finished with 108 rushing yards on 11 carries and the score on his way to earning Most Outstanding Offensive Player of the Game. Continue reading: Lindsey Wilson advances to NAIA quarterfinals, beats Faulkner 20-17

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Postgame notes following Kentucky’s 89-65 win over Boston

FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 89, Boston 65

Attendance: 22,485

 

Team Records and Series Notes

  • With the win, Kentucky improves to 4-0, and with the loss Boston University drops to 1-2.
  • The Wildcats own a 4-0 all-time record against Boston, with all games played in Lexington.
  • UK head coach John Calipari has a 6-1 all-time record against Boston.
    • Calipari owns a 601-177 career on-court record and a 156-37 mark at Kentucky.
    • Calipari has a 66-9 record when coaching the No. 1 team in the nation, guiding three programs to top-ranked status.

Continue reading: Postgame notes following Kentucky’s 89-65 win over Boston

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Kentucky high school football finals – playoff edition regional finals

Football Finals- Kentucky Playoff Edition Regional Scores

1A

Raceland 32 Paintsville 21

Beechwood 46 Frankfort 21

Williamsburg 48 Hazard 14

Mayfield 42 Russellville 14

Mayfield at Beechwood

Williamsburg at Raceland

2A

DeSales 7 Louisville Christian Academy 6

Newport Catholic 42 Newport 26

Shelby Valley 20 Prestonsburg 14  OT

Murray 47 Caldwell County 28

Murray at DeSales

Newport Catholic at Shelby Valley

3A

Russell 17 Bourbon County 7

South Warren 36 Paducah Tilghman 0

Belfry 48 Lawrence County 14

Central 36 Corbin 33

South Warren at Central

Russell at Belfry

4A

Highlands 37 Covington Catholic 34

Lexington Catholic 40 Boyle County 35

North Oldham 47 Fairdale 18

Owensboro 29 Madisonville-North Hopkins 28

Owensboro at North Oldham

Lexington Catholic at Highlands

5A

John Hardin 7 Iroquois 6

Cooper 61 Anderson County 14

Pulaski County 24 Southwestern 16

Graves County 7 Bowling Green 0

Graves County at John Hardin

Cooper at Pulaski County

6A

Dixie Heights 24 Simon Kenton 0

Meade County 30 Central Hardin 8

Trinity 9 St. X 3

Ballard 14 Butler 7

Trinity at Meade County

Ballard at Dixie Heights

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Official box score from Boston at Kentucky

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