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Kentucky Wildcats (EABOD)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Bones, May 2, 2013.

  1. kujirakira

    kujirakira Senior

    Yea the Enquirer was bad as well.
    I need to find another book the delves deeper into OH 19th c. politics. Near as I can tell there were 3 major players - Western Reserve (NE): staunchly abolitionist, Virginia Military District (Cinci): southern sympathizers, Lancaster area: Whig / moderate for the time / slightly racist but anti-slavery.
    I'm already lost in all the Ewing family cousins, family friends, etc. This book is very well researched with a lot of great primary source quotes but it needs some diagrams to keep the expanding cast straight.
  2. Bender

    Bender 40 percent zinc

    Is this necessary? JFC I had buried those Brewer memories deep in my subconcious.
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  3. BigWoof31

    BigWoof31 Senior

    #9 my handsome white ass

    Go Dawgs
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  4. LovelandBuckeye

    LovelandBuckeye You never lose to those pricks. Ever. Ever. - UFM

    Why no dog drinking at bar GIFs?
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  5. Dryden

    Dryden Sober as Sarkisian Staff Member Tech Admin

    RIP to The Round Mound of Touchdown.

  6. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Mark Stoops caught saying QB Terry Wilson is done for the season

    Lost amid the typical craziness of a college football Saturday was some very bad news out of Lexington.

    Kentucky beat Eastern Michigan 38-17 but the most significant action in the game came in the third quarter when Wildcats quarterback Terry Wilson was brought down by a nasty horsecollar tackle and needed to be carted off the field.

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    I just wonder had Gunner Hoak had stayed at UK if he would be the starter now. For the 2018 season he was listed as #2 on the depth chart behind Wilson.
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  7. scarletmike

    scarletmike Researching the Magic!

    Well then...hopefully there’s at least a suspension coming for this.

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  8. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

  9. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Kentucky converting indoor practice facility to 400-bed hospital to deal with COVID-19


    Kentucky football is doing its part to help mitigate the growing coronavirus pandemic as best as it can.

    Not only are the Wildcats staying home to help “flatten the curve” like most in the country, but the team is opening its doors to their indoor practice facility in order for it to be converted into a 400-bed field hospital.

    “As the Commonwealth’s health care provider for advanced and critical care, it is essential that we are prepared for any scenario to ensure we are meeting the needs of our community and the Commonwealth,” said Dr. Mark F. Newman, UK’s executive vice president for health affairs, in a news release. “We need to do whatever is necessary to ensure that highest quality of care is provided to meet the challenges associated with this unprecedented public health crisis.”

    Nutter Field House, normally a sprawling indoor turf field utilized by the football team, will be converted to have partitioned rooms, shower units, laundry service and more over the next two weeks.

    “(Athletic director) Mitch Barnhart and the UK Athletics Department stood up immediately to offer assistance in meeting this public health crisis,” Newman added. “They have been, and continue to be, critical partners in our ability to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our community at this crucial time.”

    Kudos to the ‘Cats for opening their doors so that the health care system can be better equipped for the coming wave of COVID-19 patients. The team itself has been, like most of their SEC and CFB peers, sitting at home in the wake of conference decisions to shut down spring practice and all other activities. The commonwealth of Kentucky was also one of the earlier states to issue stay-at-home orders in March so Mark Stoops and company have been connecting with players virtually for several weeks now.

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