Kentucky Football: Kentucky Wildcats Football is the name of the sports teams of the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky, United States. Formerly, the women’s teams were known as “Lady Kats”, but in 1995 they adopted the same name as the male, “Wildcats”.
The Wildcats compete in the Football Bown Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). This team plays their home games at Kroger field which is in Lexington, Kentucky. Their current coach is Mark Stoops. Read more about NCAA here.
The football team was a conference champion in 1950 and 1976 and has a victory in the Sugar Bowl, one in the Cotton Bowl and one in the Peach Bowl. Among his alumni are George Blanda and Dermontti Dawson, members of the hall of professional fame.
History of Kentucky Football:
Its historical rivals are the Louisville Cardinals, also from the state of Kentucky.
Until 1913, the University of Kentucky was considering as “Kentucky State College”. In 1880, Kentucky University and Centre College played the first-ever intercollegiate football game in Kentucky.
In the season of 2017, the Kentucky Wildcats opened the season with a victory over Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg. In the next week, the Wildcats defeated the Eastern Kentucky Colonels in their home opener at the newly renamed Kroger Field in Lexington.
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