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When South Carolina did finally find the end zone to cut the Kentucky lead to 24-22, the Gamecocks of course lined up for the two-point conversion to tie the game with 8:09 left. Not only did the Cats get the stop, but Khalid Henderson also poked the ball away from Pharoh Cooper and Denzil Ware picked up the fumble and sprinted for two crucial Kentucky points.

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hrough a $120-million reinvention, commonwealth stadium will be transformed into a state-of-the-art facility in time for the start of the 2015 season. as the Kentucky football program enters a new era, the Big Blue nation will enjoy an intimate game-day atmosphere to match. enhanced premium seating options will allow fans to enjoy Kentucky football in style. More than 20 new private suites and 2,000 new club seats will be added during the renovation. Read MORe.

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KENTUCKY MEETS FLORIDA IN SEC HOME OPENER Fresh off a thrilling road win to open league play at South Carolina, Kentucky seeks to begin the season at 3-0 for the first time since 2010 and chart its first win over Florida since 1986 when it plays host to the Gators in The New Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday. Kentucky improved to 2-0 with its first road win since 2010 (first SEC road win since 2009) in a hardfought 26-22 win at South Carolina. it marked UK’s first win at South Carolina since 1999. The Wildcats jumped out to a 24-7 lead at halftime on the strength of a dynamic offensive attack that gathered 307 yards. The Gamecocks rallied in the second half, but a stout UK red zone defense limited USC to three field goals, before USC pulled to 24-22 and attempted the game-tying two-point conversion. linebacker Khalid Henderson stopped the conversion and forced a fumble, with denzil Ware scampering 98 yards for two UK points and a 26-22 lead. Freshman corner Chris Westry — who added a sack and a key pass break-up — then picked off an errant pass to clinch the win.

QUICK NOTES • Kentucky is coming off its first win at South Carolina since 1999, using 24 first-half points and strong red zone defense to post

the 26-22 victory. • Kentucky is looking to start the season 3-0 for the first time since 2010 and snap a 28game losing streak to the Gators. UK’s last win over UF was on Nov. 15, 1986, in lexington (10-3). last season, UK fell in triple overtime in The Swamp, 36-30. • The Florida-Kentucky contest will be a Prostate Cancer awareness Game in honor of former SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. UK players will wear a helmet sticker during the game recognizing Slive. • Wildcat great art Still will be introduced during Saturday’s game. The UK defensive end from 1974-77 is being honored for his upcoming induction into the College Football Hall of Fame. • The Wildcats have converted on 18 consecutive red zone opportunities, dating back to the 2014 Mississippi State matchup. • Sophomore rB Stanley “Boom” Williams is the first player to rush for 100 yards in three consecutive games since derrick locke in 2010. Williams rushed for 126 yards in the season finale at louisville in 2014 and has run for 242 yards in two games in 2015. • Freshman Chris Westry was named the SEC Freshman of the Week by the league office after a game-saving interception on South Carolina’s final possession of the game. He also had a quarterback hurry, a sack and a pass breakup in the end zone to help the Cats defeat USC. • Sophomore Wr Garrett Johnson — who had six catches for 154 yards vs. Florida in 2014 — leads UK with nine catches and 124 yards. • UK junior QB Patrick Towles passed dusty Bonner to move into 10th in UK career history with 3,400 yards. He needs just 59 yards to tie Pookie Jones (1991-93) at No. 9. • Junior TB Jojo Kemp needs 30 yards to

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become the 34th player in UK history to rush for 1,000 career yards, while junior Wr ryan Timmons has 912 receiving yards and needs 88 more to become the 25th player in school history to reach 1,000 career receiving yards. • Senior lB Josh Forrest leads UK and is tied for fifth in the SEC with 22 tackles. He totaled 15 in the opener, including a sack, four defended passes and his fourth career interception and charted seven stops at USC. Forrest is the SEC leader in pass breakups with four.

SERIES RECORD VS. FLORIDA • Florida leads the all-time series, 48-17, including a 19-10 mark in games played in lexington. • The Gators have won 28 consecutive meetings in the series with UK’s last win coming in a 10-3 result over the Gators in lexington in 1986.

SCOUTING THE GATORS • Florida enters Saturday’s matchup at 2-0 with a pair of non-conference wins over New Mexico State and East Carolina. Florida has averaged 46 points, 489.5 total yards and 195 rushing yards, allowing only 266.5 opponent yards. • The Florida Gators have six players with at least 50 yards rushing, with Kelvin Taylor leading the team with 109 yards and two Tds on 24 carries. • Freshman rB Jordan Cronkrite has rushed 14 times for 71 yards and a Td, with Jordan Scarlett totaling a Td on 12 carries for 58 yards. • Freshman QB Will Grier is 26-for-35 for 317 yards and four Tds, with the lone Florida interception. Sophomore QB Treon Harris has added 55 yards rushing and is 19-for-27 through the air, for 269 yards and two Tds. • demarcus robinson leads the team with 11 catches, with sophomore TE deAndre Goolsby owning a club-high 132 yards. • Junior lB Jarrad davis leads the team with 12 tackles, with Joey ivie owning three sacks.

2015 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 15 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

Opponent Time/Result UL Lafayette W, 40-33 at South Carolina* W, 26-22. Florida* 7:30 p.m. Missouri* TBA E. Kentucky TBA Auburn* 7 p.m. at Mississippi St.* TBA Tennessee* TBA at Georgia* TBA at Vanderbilt* TBA Charlotte TBA Louisville TBA

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A WIN ON SATURDAY WOULD ... • Mark UK’s first win over Florida since 1986. • Give Kentucky a 3-0 start to the season for the first time since 2010. • Earn UK consecutive SEC wins for the first time since besting Vanderbilt and Georgia on the road in 2009. • Give the Wildcats their first 2-0 start to SEC play since 1977, when Kentucky went 10-1 and opened with wins over Mississippi State and lSU.

ON THIS DATE IN WILDCAT HISTORY ... • Kentucky has a 7-3 record all-time on Sept. 19, with its last game coming in a 2009 with a win over louisville.

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rt still, whose dominance at defensive end helped lead Kentucky to some of its greatest moments in school history, will be recognized during tonight's game in honor of his upcoming induction into the College football hall of fame. still will be inducted on Dec. 8 in new York City during the national football foundation annual awards Dinner. “it’s humbling to be selected because i didn’t do it alone,” still said when the hall of fame announcement was made in January. “it’s a compliment to all the guys i played with and the coaches.” Originally from Camden, n.J., still was a fouryear starter at Kentucky from 1974-77 under Coach fran Curci. UK went 9-3 in his junior year, winning a share of the southeastern Conference championship, and capped the season with a 210 blanking of north Carolina in the Peach Bowl. UK posted a 10-1 mark in his senior season, finishing the campaign no. 6 in the final associated Press ranking. the Wildcats went 7-3 against top-20 ranked teams his last two seasons. still was a unanimous first-team all-america selection in 1977. On the conference level, he was the seC senior Player of the Year by the Birmingham touchdown Club and the seC Defensive Player of the Year by United Press international. he was first-team all-seC as a junior and senior. even with all the team success and the individual accolades, still’s most cherished memories come from the friendships forged during his time at the University. When asked his biggest thrill at Kentucky, still said, “the sports side was nice but what i remember most are the relationships with my teammates and classmates. Where i came from in Camden, it was predominantly african-americans and Puerto ricans. (at UK) i learned how to deal with people from different environments, how to relate to people and treat people. We had players from all parts of the country and we learned to treat

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people the way we wanted to be treated. “teammates like Derrick ramsey, Billy Williams, mike martin, Jerry Blanton, Dallas Owens. Coach Curci. (strength coach) Pat etcheberry, who set the foundation for discipline, weight training and speed. You take all those things — family, friends, teammates, coaches — and they made you a better person,” said still, who cherishes his visits to lexington when he and his teammates have their “Curci’s Cats” reunions. after being tabbed as the second pick of the first round of the 1978 nfl, still went on to a record-setting 12-year career with the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills. he was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and set Kansas City records for most sacks in a season and career. still and his wife, liz, live in liberty, mo. they have 11 children — four of whom are adopted — and 16 grandchildren.

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Following KentucKy’s upset oF south carolina last season — the biggest Fourthquarter comebacK in uK history — coach marK stoops excited the big blue nation by proclaiming, “we’re just getting started!” given the improvement evident on the field and the recruiting trail during his first two years on the job and the blue-collar work ethic he displays daily, stoops has a strong chance of fulfilling that vow. on the field, the wildcats improved from two wins in his first season to five victories last season — not the end result stoops seeks, of course, but undeniable progress nonetheless. stoops’ three recruiting classes have ranked higher in the rivals.com rankings than any previous classes in the history of the recruiting evaluator. with the reinvention of commonwealth stadium and construction of a new football training complex on the underway, stoops is continuing the enthusiasm and momentum he’s inspired since being introduced as uK’s head coach in december 2012. now, stoops turns his attention to his third season at Kentucky, where he will work to continue the turnaround of wildcat on-field fortunes. part of the acclaimed stoops coaching family, he has a history of dramatic improvements during his time as defensive coordinator at Florida state and arizona. stoops was defensive coordinator at Fsu from 2010-12, inheriting a unit ranked 108th in the ncaa in total defense and turning it into one of the nation’s best. in the 2012 season, the seminoles were second in the nation in total defense, allowing 254.1 yards per game, and sixth nationally in scoring defense at 14.7 points per game. playing well

against the run and the pass, Fsu was third in the country in rushing defense and led the nation in pass defense. Fsu led the acc in seven defensive categories. stoops also coached the defensive backs under head coach jimbo Fisher. eight seminoles on defense earned 2012 all-acc honors, including four first-team selections, highlighted by one of the nation’s top defensive end duos in bjoern werner and cornellius carradine, who combined for 24 sacks and 31 tackles for loss. werner was a finalist for the 2012 bronko nagurski award as the national defensive player of the year and was among the national leaders in sacks with 13. stoops also coached cornerback ronald darby to acc defensive rookie of the year. the seminoles’ prowess was a continuation of the 2011 season, when stoops’ defenders led the nation in fewest yards allowed per carry (2.3), ranked fourth in the nation in total defense (275 yards per game), second in rushing defense (82.7 ypg), fourth in scoring defense (15.1 points per game), and eighth in tackles for loss (8.6 per game) and quarterback sacks (3.1 per game). Fsu led the acc in eight defensive categories. stoops overhauled the Florida state defense in 2010, his first season as defensive coordinator. the seminoles gave up 19.6 points per game, third-best in the acc and 20th nationally. Fsu ranked 42nd nationally in total defense that season; in contrast,

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sive coordinator at Youngstown State. Stoops inherited an Arizona unit that was 109th in the nation in total defense and 107th in scoring defense in 2003, the year before he arrived. By the end of his term at Arizona, the Wildcats ranked in the nation’s top 25 in total defense his final two seasons and ranked as high as 33rd in scoring defense. Prior to Arizona, Stoops coached the defensive backs three years at Miami (Fla.). The 2001 national champion Hurricanes led the nation in pass efficiency defense, scoring defense and turnover margin. That team also established a school record with 27 interceptions and 45 total takeaways. Stoops’ 2002 secondary led the nation in pass defense and pass efficiency defense. Despite having to replace all four starters in the defensive backfield, the 2003 team led the nation in pass defense. In his three seasons, Miami went 35-3, including the 12-0 Rose Bowl title campaign, plus appearances in the Fiesta and Orange bowls. Stoops was raised in Youngstown, Ohio. Like brothers Bob and Mike, Mark played in the secondary at the University of Iowa for Hall of Fame coach Hayden Fry. He participated in four bowl games as a player. Stoops and his wife, Chantel, have two sons, Will and Zack.

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Ansley’s role expands to include cornerbacks and safeties this year. He returns three starters in the defensive backfield, including safety A.J. Stamps and cornerbacks Cody Quinn and Fred Tiller.

Kentucky lost three starters in the defensive line. Brumbaugh returns starting tackle Melvin Lewis and several key additional lettermen this season.

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Defensive Coord./ILBs Eliot has seven returning starters on defense, along with several experienced reserves. His inside linebackers return intact, including third-team All-SEC Josh Forrest.

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Tyler Hancock Executive Associate Director of Athletics

Marc Hill Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Josh Pruitt Director of Sports Sciences

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CHRISTI: My Wildcat Warrior picks had almost 100 yards and two TDs between them. Had Mikel not gotten hurt and left the game, we would have seen a big game from the talented sophomore. What’s most reassuring about our backfield is that there is another playmaker to step in and step up. And that’s exactly what happened with another SOUTH CAROLINA RECAP solid game from Boom Williams with 107 yards on 14 carries. FREDDIE: Much like last week, UK was a team of two halves. The 1st half Cats were really good. • Hoss Cat: Jeff Badet • Wildcat Warriors: Mikel Horton and JoJo Kemp 2nd half version limped to the finish line. However, there are no such thing as an ugly SEC road win. • Christi’s Score prediction: USC 31, UK 24 The program-enhancing victory was a sign that • Freddie’s Score prediction: USC 40, UK 34 Kentucky has surpassed South Carolina in the SEC East.

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or 150 years, the university of Kentucky has served the people of the Commonwealth and our region. Through the education we provide, the creative research we conduct, and the care and service we render, we are the university for Kentucky — the institution our Commonwealth has charged with asking and addressing the most penetrating questions confronting our state and her people, the vexations that challenge us in education, economic development, health care, and cultural and societal advance. what does that commitment mean to you? it means that from day one on our campus you can study with faculty who are leaders in their fields. You can walk 10 minutes in any direction and work with a world-class clinician, chemist, historian, poet, engineer, business specialist and others. we hold fast to our first priority — the development of our students, the young men and women who come here with bright, uncompromising potential and who we expect to leave here ready to lead lives of leadership, meaning and purpose. we have a deep sense of service, along with an uncommon position as both the state’s flagship and land-grant institution. strong linkages exist among graduate education, academic research and our clinical medical enterprise. Those partnerships have helped build a nationally respected medical center that increasingly provides access to advanced subspecialty care for those most in need across the state and region. Together, our campus is at the forefront of creativity and discovery. uK is currently one of only 22 public institutions with a trifecta of federal designations of excellence — for aging, in cancer and with respect to translational science. we

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have been home or educational proving ground for nobel laureates and the national Book Award winner; state poet laureates and winners of the pulitzer prize. Our faculty members across disciplines are working in communities to improve cancer-screening rates; are using the latest computational science technology to unlock the treasures of the dead sea scrolls in paris; or are providing their skills to improve drinking water in Central and south America. To support our work, the university is investing more than $1.7 billion in its academic, research, health care, athletic and community infrastructure, the vast majority of which is the result of private fund-raising efforts, public-private partnerships, and the support of university athletics. The physical transformation — combined with our traditional mission of service, discovery and teaching — has given us a sense of momentum and a renewed sense of purpose. Our campus is the Commonwealth. Though we are in and of lexington, we have a footprint through our extension network in all 120 Kentucky counties. Our health care enterprise partners with 170 clinical outreach practices reaching some 4,300 beds. The economic impact of our research exceeds $580 million, creates jobs, generates tax revenue and addresses the seemingly intractable challenges we face. As an institution, collectively, we represent a powerful pairing of global reach, but enduring commitment to one state. we have a vision to be one of the handful of truly outstanding residential public research campuses in the united states, a special place that elevates a Commonwealth and impacts a larger world beyond its borders. we invite you to come see blue with us.

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ELI CAPILOUTO UniverSity PreSiDent

r. eli Capilouto became the 12th President of the University of Kentucky on July 1, 2011. As President, Dr. Capilouto has intently engaged with university and community stakeholders to renew our founding mission and vision as a public, flagship, land-grant and research university. this covenant with the Commonwealth calls upon the University of Kentucky to be a guidepost for the state through a multi-faceted mission of teaching, research, service and health care. to embolden the institution’s enduring legacy, Dr. Capilouto has led a process to enrich UK’s academic experience by increasing institutional investments in merit-based financial aid and expanding the University Honors Program. Because of his priorities, the University has enrolled 289 national Merit, national Achieve-

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PERSONAL Birthplace: Montgomery, Ala. Family: Dr. Mary Lynne Capilouto and a daughter EDUCATION Dr. Capilouto holds several undergraduate and graduate degrees from schools within the University of Alabama system, and a Doctorate in Health Policy and Management from Harvard University. CAREER Previously served as Provost of the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) and Dean of the UAB School of Public Health — a period of remarkable growth and transformation at one of the leading academic and health sciences institutions in the South.

D R . EL I CA PIL O U TO is the 12th president of

the University of Kentucky. ment and national Hispanic Scholars in the last three years — tripling the number of incoming scholars. Since Dr. Capilouto’s arrival, UK has initiated more than 89 projects and $1.7 billion in ongoing and approved capital construction to rapidly enhance and expand the college experience on the University campus. Under his leadership, the $3 billion flagship university for the Commonwealth has gained significant momentum in fulfilling its broad and visionary mission. in doing so, President Capilouto has invested considerable time in building partnerships with external stakeholders, as well as new and enduring commitments from donors and friends of the institution. A native of Montgomery, Ala., Dr. Capilouto previously served as Provost of the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) and Dean of the UAB School of Public Health. Dr. Capilouto holds several undergraduate and graduate degrees from schools within the University of Alabama system, and a Doctorate in Health Policy and Management from Harvard University. He and his wife, Dr. Mary Lynne Capilouto (D.M.D.), a former Dean of the UAB School of Dentistry, have one daughter.

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MITCH BARNHART U n i v e r s i t y o f K e n t U c K y At h l e t i c s d i r e c t o r

itch Barnhart, University of Kentucky director of Athletics, is being recognized as one of the best in the nation in his profession. Barnhart was one of four division i Ads named ncAA division i Athletics director of the year in June at the annual convention of the national Association of collegiate directors of Athletics. Barnhart was one of four finalists for the Athletics director of the year as chosen by the SportsBusiness Journal. And, in february, Barnhart received the sports Business Award from the Bluegrass sports commission. it is no coincidence that Barnhart’s multiple accolades came in the same year as the completion of his 15 by 15 by 15 Plan, an ambitious blueprint set in 2008 in which Kentucky would rank in the nation’s top 15 athletic programs and win 15 conference or national championships by 2015. At the same time, Barnhart set a goal of a 3.0 composite grade-point average for UK student-athletes and an even greater commitment to community service by Wildcat athletes and staff. the academic goal was first achieved in the spring semester of 2010 and has an active streak of six consecutive 3.0 semesters, hitting a peak in spring 2014 with a school-record 3.218 composite GPA. community service has risen to more than 4,000 hours annually and includes outreach to the lexington area, the state and as far away as ethiopia. the directors’ cup objective was reached a year early when UK ranked at a school-record no. 11 in the 2013-14 national all-sports standings. the Wildcats followed with a no. 22 ranking in 2014-15, marking the third consecutive year that UK landed in the top 25. the final goal was reached in March when UK men’s basketball claimed the southeastern conference tournament title, the 15th championship won by Wildcat athletes since 2008. Barnhart’s 15 by 15 by 15 Plan started by providing funds for full coaching staffs and scholarship allotments for all 22 UK sports.

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Jim Host Sports Business Award. next, Barnhart constructed new facilities, including the Joe craft center; new stadiums for track and field, softball and soccer; the UK Golf house; and the Wildcat coal lodge dormitory. commonwealth stadium recently completed major renovations and a new football practice/office complex is underway. A new baseball stadium and indoor tennis facility are on the drawing board. All totaled, Barnhart has completed or is in the process of approximately $297 million of facility construction. UK Athletics has remained financially self-sufficient under Barnhart’s management, operating with a balanced budget and with the help of no state or University funds. seeing pressing facility needs on campus as well, Barnhart has made a $65 million commitment for athletics to fund nearly two-thirds of the new Academic science Building. he also directs an annual $1.7-million contribution to the University’s scholarship program. Barnhart is a native of Kansas city, Kan. he earned his bachelor’s degree from ottawa University (Kansas) in 1981 and a master’s in sports administration from ohio University. Barnhart’s family includes his wife, connie; three children, Blaire, scott, and Kirby Willoughby; Kirby’s husband, McKenzie, and a grandson, cooper.

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HISTORY AND TRADITIONS p a g e a N t R y O f B I g B l U e N at I O N

COLORS the University of Kentucky adopted blue and white as its official colors in 1892. UK students had first decided on blue and light yellow before the Kentucky-Centre football game Dec. 19, 1891. the yellow was soon dropped from the combination and replaced by white. the particular Kentucky shade of blue, close to royal blue, was determined without ceremony. after settling on the base colors, a student posed the logical question, “What color blue?” letterman Richard Stoll looked down at his necktie and raised it to the air. the vote was unanimous. So Kentucky blue is really Stoll necktie blue.

GOAL POSTS the Commonwealth Stadium goal posts have been torn down twice since it opened in 1973. they were first toppled in 1997 following Kentucky’s 40-34 overtime win over alabama. It was UK’s first victory over the tide in 75 years. “If I weren’t so old, I’d have torn them down myself,” said then-UK athletics Director C.M. Newton. It happened again in 2006 after the Wildcats’ dramatic 24-20 triumph over georgia, but that should be the last time. Citing safety concerns, UK has installed collapsible goal posts, which will prevent repeats of the popular — but potentially dangerous — celebration ritual.

CHEERLEADERS the Kentucky cheerleading squad won an unprecedented 20th national cheerleading championship in 2014 at the competition sponsored by the Universal Cheerleaders association. the cheerleaders also won the UCa national title in 1985, 1987, 1988, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012 and have been the runners-up on six occasions. Jomo thompson is the coach of the cheerleaders and t. lynn Williamson is the cheerleader adviser.

GOVERNOR’S CUP the governor’s Cup was created in 1994 as the trophy for the winner of the Kentuckylouisville game. Donated by Kroger at a cost of $23,000, the governor’s Cup stands 33 inches tall and weighs 110 pounds. the trophy’s base and upright columns are hand-milled black marble. the glass components are composed of Optic-grade crystal. all metal parts are 23-karat, gold-plated brass. the cup itself is solid pewter with a 23karat gold-plated finish. the cup was designed by Kendall Costner and sculpted by James Corcoran of Bruce fox, Inc. the Kentucky-louisville series was renewed in 1994 with the Wildcats winning the game, 20-14. NATIONAL

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Kentucky is the 1950 national champion, according to Jeff Sagarin, who handles computer ratings for USA Today. In 1950, the national champions were decided after the regular season but before the bowl games, preventing the No. 7-ranked Wildcats from receiving credit for knocking off No. 1-ranked Oklahoma, 13-7, in the Sugar Bowl. Sagarin, who has handled computer ratings since the 1970s, reconstructed earlier seasons so that bowl games could be taken into account. His analysis indicates that UK was the Sagarin Ratings national champion for the 1950 season.

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NICKNAME the official nickname of university of Kentucky sports teams is Wildcats. the name became synonymous with uK shortly after a 6-2 victory over illinois on oct. 9, 1909. Commandant philip Carbusier, then head of the military department of old State university, told a group of students in a chapel service following the game that the Kentucky football team had “fought like wildcats.” the moniker “Wildcats” became increasingly popular and the university since adopted it as its official nickname.

THE ROADCATS “the Kentucky roadcats rV Club” is a group of Wildcat fans who own rVs and get together to follow the team on road trips. the club was established in 1999 and has had more than 100 members. the roadcats also sponsor scholarships each year for the team’s student managers and/or student athletic trainers. the roadcats’ officers are ron and Donna Mcgohn (presidents), Becky Mcgaughey (vice president), Jane floyd (treasurer) and Kathy adams (secretary). in addition to their support of the football team, the roadcats also have had events for basketball and baseball games.

CAWOOD LEDFORD the legendary “Voice of the Wildcats” was Cawood ledford. for 39 years, ledford called Kentucky football and men’s basketball. His voice alone symbolized uK athletics. ledford called his last uK football game nov. 23, 1991, vs. tennessee, and retired from the microphone following the 1991-92 basketball season.

WILDCAT MASCOT the Wildcat costumed mascot originated during the 1976-77 academic year at the university of Kentucky. gary tanner was the first Wildcat to

dance and entertain crowds at Commonwealth Stadium and rupp arena. today, the Wildcat mascot also attends academic functions and serves as a friendly ambassador for the university. in the early 1980s, Wildcat mascot terry Barney began the tradition of doing a one-arm pushup for each of Kentucky’s points in front of the student section at Commonwealth Stadium after every Wildcat score. Scratch, another costumed mascot, was unveiled in 1996.

NAT NORTHINGTON nat northington of louisville became the first african-american player to sign with the university of Kentucky and a Southeastern Conference institution. northington signed a national letterof-intent with uK in December 1965. He later became the first african-american football player to play in an SeC game, appearing in the uK-ole Miss game in lexington on Sept. 30, 1967.

THE IMMORTALS Simply known as “the immortals,” the 1898 university of Kentucky football squad remains the only undefeated, untied and unscored upon Wildcat club in school history. “the immortals” outscored opponents 180-0 while posting a 7-0 record. roscoe Severs served as team captain under coach W.r. Bass.

PAUL “BEAR” BRYANT paul “Bear” Bryant won more games than any other coach in uK football history. Bryant spent eight years in lexington (1946-53) and produced an impressive 60-23-5 record. He led the Wildcats to four bowl games and their first SeC title in 1950.

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UK IN THE POSTSEASON W i L D C At S i N B O W L g A M e S

WESLEY WOODYARD and KEEN A N B U R TO N hoist the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl trophy after

beating Florida State in 2007.

OVERALL BOWL RECORD: 8-7 Dec. 6, 1947 Jan. 2, 1950 Jan. 1, 1951 Jan. 1, 1952 Dec. 31, 1976 Dec. 22, 1983 Dec. 29, 1984 Dec. 31, 1993 Jan. 1, 1999 Dec. 29, 1999 Dec. 29, 2006 Dec. 31, 2007 Jan. 2, 2009 Dec. 27, 2009 Jan. 8, 2011 BOWL GAME

great Lakes Bowl Orange Bowl Sugar Bowl Cotton Bowl Peach Bowl Hall of Fame Bowl Hall of Fame Bowl Peach Bowl Outback Bowl HomePoint.com Music City Bowl gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl AutoZone Liberty Bowl gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl BBVA Compass Bowl

Kentucky 24, Villanova 14 Santa Clara 21, Kentucky 13 Kentucky 13, Oklahoma 7 Kentucky 20, tCU 7 Kentucky 21, North Carolina 0 West Virginia 20, Kentucky 16 Kentucky 20, Wisconsin 19 Clemson 14, Kentucky 13 Penn State 26, Kentucky 14 Syracuse 20, Kentucky 13 Kentucky 28, Clemson 20 Kentucky 35, Florida State 28 Kentucky 25, east Carolina 19 Clemson 21, Kentucky 13 Pittsburgh 27, Kentucky 10

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KEY MOMENTS • Andre’ Woodson was named Most Valuable Player of Kentucky’s 2006 and 2007 Music City Bowl championships. • Walt Yowarsky was named the Most Valuable Player of UK’s 1951 Sugar Bowl triumph over Oklahoma, ending the Sooners’ 31-game win streak.

• All-America quarterback Vito “Babe” Parilli led the Wildcats to the Orange, Sugar and Cotton bowls in consecutive seasons. • Mike Martin was the Defensive Most Valuable Player of the 1976 Peach Bowl when the Wildcats shut out North Carolina. • Marc Logan was the MVP of Kentucky’s 1984 Hall of Fame Bowl win over Wisconsin.

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COMMONWEALTH STADIUM new kentucky home

t’s more than just a renovation. commonwealth Stadium has a new identity. with the dramatic facelifts and improvements that address the growing needs of an up-and-coming program and comforts of the dedicated members of Big Blue nation, commonwealth Stadium takes on a modern look but remains true to its kentucky roots. Fans will enjoy a more intimate setting at every football game — from a dedicated student section in the east end zone to a spot in one of the 20 new private suites or 2,000 new club seats in the stadium — as well as new concourses with improved concessions, restrooms and security. kentucky players and coaches will utilize the new home-team facility spaces, including a new multi-purpose recruiting room to host future wildcats on their on-campus visits. come enjoy every game from the renovated comforts of your football home — commonwealth Stadium.

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WILDCAT SPIRIT P r o v I D I n g A U n I q U E g A M E D Ay AT M o S P h E r E

WILDCAT MARCHING BAND Entertaining thousands of fans with their spirited, high-energy performances, the Wildcat Marching Band enjoys a national reputation as one of the finest collegiate marching bands in the country. Along with performances at every home football game, the Wildcat Marching Band provides a pep band for every away game in the Southeastern Conference and travels with the full band to one away game each year. In addition, the Wildcat Marching Band has participated in numerous post-season bowl games, Bands of American regional Championships, a Presidential Inauguration, a World Series and the 2008 ryder Cup. The basketball pep band was part of the 2012 nCAA Basketball tournament where UK won their eighth national Championship. The Wildcat Marching Band and the awardwinning Sweetheart Majorettes are comprised of students from three countries, 21 states and nearly every major offered on campus at the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky Sweetheart Majorettes joined the Wildcat MarchTEAM WILDCAT

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TEAM WILDCAT is a subcommittee of Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) and is an athletic spirit-based organization, which was developed through a partnership with UK Athletics and the UK Alumni Association. Participation in TEAM WILDCAT is available exclusively to members of STAT. TEAM WILDCAT coordinates the efforts of the student section at games, leads traditions, hosts game watch parties, road trips and more. In addition, TEAM WILDCAT members have access to other exclusive opportunities throughout the year.

ing Band in 1968 and are the current ohio State Dance/Twirl Team Champions. The Wildcat Marching Band is under the direction of Professor Scott-Lee Atchison. The Director of Bands is Dr. Cody Birdwell and the Associate Director of Bands is Professor george Boulden. other groups in the university's comprehensive band program include the Wildcat Basketball Pep Band, two large jazz ensembles and three outstanding concert bands: the award-winning UK Wind Ensemble, the Symphony Band and the Concert Band. For more information about the UK band program, visit www.ukbands.org.

DANCE TEAM The University of Kentucky dance team helps generate excitement and enthusiasm at Wildcat athletics events. The team has a blue squad and a white squad, and is coached by Dawn Walters. The team won its first national championship at the 2005 national competition, sponsored by the United Spirit Association. Last year, UK finished eighth nationally in the pom division and sixth in the hip-hop division sponsored by the Universal Dance Association.

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GRIDIRON GREATS f i r s t - t e a m a l l- s e C

CLYDE JOHNSON Year 1933 1934 1942 1944 1946 1947 1949 1949 1950 1950 1951 1951 1951 1951 1952 1953 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1960 1961 1962 1962 1963 1964 1964 1965

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Player, Positions (Selection) ralph Kercheval, B (aP) Bert Johnson, B (aP) Clyde Johnson, t (aP) Wash serini, t (aP) Wallace Jones, e (aP) Jay rhodemyre, C (aP) Bob Gain, t (aP) Harry Ulinski, C (aP) Bob Gain, t (aP, UPi) Babe Parilli, QB (aP, UPi) Gene Donaldson, G (aP) steve meilinger, e (aP, UPi) Doug moseley, C (aP, UPi) Babe Parilli, QB (aP, UPi) steve meilinger, e (aP, UPi) ray Correll, G (aP) steve meilinger, e (aP, UPi) Bob Hardy, QB (aP) Howard schnellenberger, e (aP, UPi) lou michaels, t (aP, UPi) lou michaels, t (aP, UPi) tom Hutchinson, e (aP) tom Hutchinson, e (aP, UPi) tom Hutchinson, e (aP, UPi) Junior Hawthorne, t (aP) Herschel turner, t (UPi) rodger Bird, HB (aP, UPi) rick Kestner, e (aP, UPi) sam Ball, t (aP, UPi)

TO M H U TCH IN SO N Year 1965 1965 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1973 1973 1973 1974 1974 1975 1975 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1979 1980 1981 1983 1984

Player, Positions (Selection) rodger Bird, HB (aP, UPi) rick Kestner, e (UPi) Dicky lyons sr., fB (UPi) Dicky lyons sr., HB (aP, UPi) Dave roller, Dt (aP, UPi) Dave roller, Dt (aP, UPi) Joe federspiel, lB (aP, UPi) Darryl Bishop, DB (UPi) sonny Collins, tB (aP, UPi) Jim mcCollum, Dl (UPi) Warren Bryant, Ot (aP, UPi) sonny Collins, tB (aP, UPi) Warren Bryant, Ot (aP, UPi) sonny Collins, tB (aP, UPi) Warren Bryant, Ot (aP, UPi) art still, De (UPi) tom Dornbrook, OG (aP) Dallas Owens, DB (aP) Derrick ramsey, QB (aP, UPi) mike siganos, DB (aP, UPi) art still, De (aP, UPi) Dan fowler, OG (UPi) richard Jaffe, NG (UPi) Jim Kovach, lB (aP, UPi) richard Jaffe, NG (aP, UPi) Ken roark, C (aP) andy molls, DB (aP) Paul Calhoun, P (aP) George adams, t (aP, UPi)

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DICKY LYONS Year 1984 1987 1988 1989 1989 1990 1991 1993 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001

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Player, Positions (Selection) Paul Calhoun, DB (AP, UPI, Coaches) Jerry Reese, DL (Coaches) Randy Holleran, LB (AP) Oliver Barnett, DT (AP, UPI, Coaches) Mike Pfeifer, OT (AP, UPI, Coaches) Randy Holleran, LB (AP, Coaches) Doug Pelfrey, PK (AP) Marcus Jenkins, DB (Coaches) Marty Moore, LB (AP, Coaches) Melvin Johnson, FS (AP) Moe Williams, TB (AP, Coaches) John Schlarman, OG (AP) Kris Comstock, OT (AP) Tim Couch, QB (AP, Coaches) Craig Yeast, WR (AP, Coaches) Andy Smith, P (AP, Coaches) James Whalen, TE (AP, Coaches) Jeff Snedegar, LB (Coaches) Derek Smith, TE (AP, Coaches) Omar Smith, OL (AP) Derek Abney, WR (AP) Dennis Johnson, DE (AP) Glenn Pakulak, P (AP)

Year 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2014 2014

TIM CO U CH Player, Positions (Selection) Derek Abney, KR (AP, Coaches) Antonio Hall, OT (Coaches) Glenn Pakulak, P (AP, Coaches) Artose Pinner, RB (AP, Coaches) Derek Abney, KR (AP, Coaches) Antonio Hall, OT (AP, Coaches) Rafael Little, KR (AP) Keenan Burton, KR (AP) Jacob Tamme, TE (AP, Coaches) Wesley Woodyard, LB (Coaches) Jacob Tamme, TE (AP, Coaches) Wesley Woodyard, LB (AP, Coaches) Micah Johnson, LB (Coaches) Trevard Lindley, CB (AP, Coaches) Tim Masthay, P (AP, Coaches) Randall Cobb, All-Purpose (AP) Corey Peters, DT (Coaches) Randall Cobb, All-Purpose (AP, Coaches) Danny Trevathan, LB (AP, Coaches) Danny Trevathan, LB (AP) Alvin Dupree, LB/DE (AP, Coaches) Austin MacGinnis, K (AP, Coaches)

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GRIDIRON GREATS single-game records

Total offensive Yards ......................525 ..Jared lorenzen vs. georgia .......................................oct. 21, 2000 most rush attempts..........................41 ..derick logan vs. mississippi state .............................nov. 9, 1996 derick logan vs. georgia...........................................oct. 26, 1996 most rushing Yards........................299 ..moe Williams vs. south carolina ............................sept. 23, 1995 most rushing Touchdowns.................4 ..artose Pinner vs. Vanderbilt......................................nov. 16, 2002 moe Williams vs. south carolina ............................sept. 23, 1995 sonny collins vs. mississippi state .............................oct. 6, 1973 rodger Bird vs. Vanderbilt...........................................nov. 6, 1965 longest run From scrimmage........t91 ..Harry Jones vs. george Washington .........................nov. 17, 1951 most Pass attempts..........................67 ..Tim couch vs. arkansas (47 comp.)............................oct. 3, 1998 most Pass completions ....................47 ..Tim couch vs. arkansas (67 att.) ................................oct. 3, 1998 most Passing Yards ........................528 ..Jared lorenzen vs. georgia .......................................oct. 21, 2000 most Touchdown Passes ....................7 ..Tim couch vs. indiana..............................................sept. 20, 1997 Tim couch vs. louisville.............................................sept. 5, 1998 longest Pass From scrimmage ......t97 ..Tim couch/craig Yeast vs. Florida ..........................sept. 26, 1998 consecutive Pass completions........16 ..dusty Bonner vs. connecticut .................................sept. 11, 1999 most receptions ...............................16 ..craig Yeast vs. Vanderbilt..........................................nov. 14, 1998 most receiving Yards .....................269 ..craig Yeast vs. Vanderbilt..........................................nov. 14, 1998 most receiving Touchdowns ..............4 ..al Bruno vs. north dakota ........................................nov. 18, 1950 craig Yeast vs. indiana.............................................sept. 20, 1997 James Whalen vs. georgia ........................................oct. 23, 1999 most all-Purpose Yardage ..............429 ..moe Williams vs. south carolina ............................sept. 23, 1995 most Points scored...........................25 ..calvin Bird vs. Hawaii (4Td, 1PaT) ..........................sept. 13, 1958 most Points by a Kicker ....................18 ..doug Pelfrey vs. mississippi state (5Fg, 3PaT)........oct. 31, 1992 most Touchdowns scored...................4 ..10 times most recent, artose Pinner vs. Vanderbilt ...............nov. 16, 2002 most Field goals .................................5 ..doug Pelfrey vs. mississippi state ............................oct. 31, 1992 most Field goal attempts ...................7 ..doug Pelfrey vs. mississippi state ............................oct. 31, 1992 longest Field goal ............................53 ..doug Pelfrey vs. indiana ..........................................sept. 21, 1991 doug Pelfrey vs. cincinnati..........................................nov. 2, 1991 most PaTs by Kicking ........................10 ..Bob gain vs. north dakota .......................................nov. 18, 1950 most PaTs attempted by Kicking ......10 ..Bob gain vs. north dakota .......................................nov. 18, 1950 most Punts ........................................13 ..Jimmy carter vs. Florida ..........................................sept. 28, 1996 dave Hardt vs. Kansas state...................................sept. 19, 1970 Jay Tesar vs. lsU ........................................................oct. 19, 1985 most Punting Yards ........................539 ..Jimmy carter vs. Florida ..........................................sept. 28, 1996 longest Punt .....................................80 ..Paul calhoun vs. indiana .........................................sept. 27, 1983 most Punt return Touchdowns ..........2 ..derek abney vs. mississippi state..............................nov. 2, 2002 longest Punt return........................t97 ..dicky lyons sr. vs. Houston ......................................nov. 12, 1966 most Kickoff return Touchdowns ......1 ..18 times most recent, derrick locke vs. louisville ...............sept. 19, 2009 longest Kickoff return .................t100 ..6 times most recent, derrick locke vs. louisville ...............sept. 19, 2009 most interceptions ..............................3 ..5 times most recent, marcus Jenkins vs. Florida ................sept. 11, 1993 most interception return Tds ............1 ..several times most recent, Fred Tiller vs. louisville .......................nov. 29, 2014 longest interception return .........t100 ..dave Hunter vs. West Virginia.....................................nov. 2, 1968 most Tackles .....................................29 ..randy Holleran vs. lsU .............................................oct. 20, 1990 most solo Tackles .............................16 ..Jeff Zurcher vs. georgia .............................................oct. 24, 1998 larry smith vs. Tulane .............................................sept. 22, 1984 most assisted Tackles ......................16 ..chris chenault vs. Vanderbilt......................................nov. 7, 1987 most QB sacks ....................................5 ..dean Wells vs. indiana ............................................sept. 19, 1992 most Tackles for loss .........................6 ..marlon mccree vs. Florida ......................................sept. 26, 1998 t - play resulted in a touchdown

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D O U G PEL FR EY

D ER R ICK L O CKE

RUSHING

KICKOFF RETURNS

t91 88 t88 t88

t100 Derrick Locke vs. Louisville, 2009 Derrick Locke vs. Western Kentucky, 2008 Keenan Burton vs. Louisville, 2006 Derek Abney vs. Florida, 2002 Craig Yeast vs. Florida, 1998 Kurt Johnson vs. Georgia, 1989

Harry Jones vs. George Washington, 1951 Bernie Scruggs vs. Georgia, 1970 Bill Ransdell vs. Xavier, 1960 Jalen Whitlow vs. Alabama State, 2013

PASSING t97 t92 89 t88 t87

Tim Couch/Craig Yeast vs. Florida, 1998 Dave Bair/Dicky Lyons Sr. vs. Georgia, 1968 Jared Lorenzen/Derek Smith vs. Georgia, 2000 Maxwell Smith/Javess Blue vs. Miami (OH), 2013 Tim Couch/Kio Sanford vs. Tennessee, 1997

PUNTING 80 78 75 73 72

Paul Calhoun vs. Indiana, 1983 Randy Jenkins vs. Tennessee, 1983 Bill Hawk vs. Tennessee, 1991 Ryan Tydlacka vs. Ole Miss, 2010 Tim Masthay vs. Mississippi State, 2008

PUNT RETURNS t97 t88 t87 t86

Dicky Lyons Sr. vs. Houston, 1966 Larry Carter vs. Virginia Tech, 1978 Don Phelps vs. Marquette, 1946 Andy Molls vs. Vanderbilt, 1981 Derek Abney vs. Arkansas, 2002

INTERCEPTION RETURNS t100 David Hunter vs. West Virginia, 1968 t97 Darryl Bishop vs. Mississippi State, 1972 t95 David Johnson vs. Cincinnati, 1986 Rodger Bird vs. Auburn, 1964 t93 Don Frampton vs. Ole Miss, 1949

FIELD GOALS 54 53

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Austin MacGinnis vs. Tennessee, 2014 Doug Pelfrey vs. Indiana, 1991 Doug Pelfrey vs. Cincinnati, 1991 Austin MacGinnis vs. Ohio, 2014 Taylor Begley vs. Alabama, 2004 Doug Pelfrey vs. LSU, 1992 Doug Pelfrey vs. Mississippi State, 1992 Doug Pelfrey vs. Florida, 1991 Joey Worley vs. Wisconsin, 1984 Rick Strein vs. Kansas, 1981 Joe Bryant vs. Virginia Tech, 1977 John Pierce vs. Florida, 1974

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CATS IN THE PROS s u c c e e d i n g at t h e n e x t l e v e l

R A N DA L L COBB george adams, RB new York giants 1985-89 new england Patriots 1990-91 ermal allen, QB cleveland Browns 1947 sam Ball, t Baltimore colts 1966-71 Oliver Barnett, dt atlanta Falcons 1990-92 Buffalo Bills 1993-94 san Francisco 49ers 1995 arliss Beach, RB green Bay Packers 2006 Rodger Bird, dB Oakland Raiders 1966-68 george Blanda, QB/PK chicago Bears 1949-58 Baltimore colts 1950 houston Oilers 1960-66 Oakland Raiders 1967-75 Jerry Blanton, lB Kansas city chiefs 1979-85 shane Boyd, QB arizona cardinals 2006 houston texans 2007 chuck Bradley, Ot cincinnati Bengals 1993 Jeff Brady, lB Pittsburgh steelers 1991 green Bay Packers 1992 los angeles Rams 1993 san diego chargers 1993 tampa Bay Buccaneers 1994 Minnesota vikings 1995-97 carolina Panthers 1998 indianapolis colts 1999 Warren Bryant, Ot atlanta Falcons 1978-84 los angeles Raiders 1984 cornell Burbage, WR dallas cowboys 1987-89

CHRIS MATTHEWS Randy Burke, WR Baltimore colts 1978-81 vincent “sweet Pea” Burns, dt indianapolis colts 2005 Keenan Burton, WR st. louis Rams 2008-09 Bob Butler, g Philadelphia eagles 1962 new York Jets 1963 Randall cobb, WR green Bay Packers 2011-14 sonny collins, RB atlanta Falcons 1976 John conner, FB new York Jets 2010-12, 14 cincinnati Bengals 2012 new York giants 2013 tim couch, QB cleveland Browns 1999-2003 Bob davis, B cleveland Rams 1938 Philadelphia eagles 1942 Boston Yanks 1944-46 doug davis, t Minnesota vikings 1966-72 dermontti dawson, c Pittsburgh steelers 1988-2000 chris demaree, de san diego chargers 2002 carolina Panthers 2003 gene donaldson, g cleveland Browns 1953 thom dornbrook, Og/c Pittsburgh steelers 1979 Miami dolphins 1980 Bob dougherty, lB los angeles Rams 1957 Pittsburgh steelers 1958 Oakland Raiders 1960-63

JACOB TAMME

L A R R Y WA R FO R D

Maurice douglass, dB chicago Bears 1986-94 new York giants 1995-96

irv goode, c st. louis cardinals 1962-71 Miami dolphins 1973-74

Jon dumbauld, de new Orleans saints 1986, ’88 Philadelphia eagles 1987-88

Will grant, c Buffalo Bills 1978-85, 87 seattle seahawks 1986

tom ehlers, lB Philadelphia eagles 1975-77 Buffalo Bills 1978

Otis grigsby, de Miami dolphins 2003 carolina Panthers 2006-07 Minnesota vikings 2007-08

John eibner, t Philadelphia eagles 1941-42, ’46 Joe Federspiel, lB new Orleans saints 1972-80 Baltimore colts 1981

John grimsley, lB houston Oilers 1984-90 Miami dolphins 1991-93

don Fielder, de tampa Bay Buccaneers 1985

Winston guy, ss seattle seahawks 2012 Jacksonville Jaguars 2013-14 indianapolis colts 2014

dan Fowler, Og new York giants 1979

Russell hairston, WR Pittsburgh steelers 1987

Bob Fry, t los angeles Rams 1953-59 dallas cowboys 1960-64

steven hall, cB indianapolis colts 1996 Minnesota vikings 1996

dom Fucci, B detroit lions 1955

dick hensley, e new York giants 1949 Pittsburgh steelers 1952 chicago Bears 1953

Frank Fuller, dt los angeles Rams 1953,’55, ’57-58 chicago cardinals 1959 st. louis cardinals 1960-62 Philadelphia eagles 1963

Mark higgs, RB dallas cowboys 1988 Philadelphia eagles 1989 Miami dolphins 1990-93 arizona cardinals 1994-95

Bob gain, t cleveland Browns 1952, 1954-64

van hiles, dB chicago Bears 1997

carwell gardner, de Buffalo Bills 1990-95

glenn holt, WR cincinnati Bengals 2006-08

donnie gardner, dt Miami dolphins 1991

ivy Joe hunter, tB indianapolis colts 1989-90 new england Patriots 1991

Willie gary, dB st. louis Rams 2001

tom hutchinson, WR cleveland Browns 1963-65 atlanta Falcons 1966

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CATS IN THE PROS s u c c e e d i n g at t h e n e x t l e v e l cam Jacobs, lB tampa Bay Buccaneers 1987

doug Kotar, RB new York giants 1974-81

Jeremy Jarmon, de Washington Redskins 2009-10

Jim Kovach, lB new Orleans saints 1979-85 san Francisco 49ers 1985

Bert Johnson, B Brooklyn dodgers 1937 chicago Bears 1938-39 chicago cardinals 1939-41 Philadelphia eagles 1942 clyde Johnson, t los angeles Rams 1946-47 david Johnson, cB Pittsburgh steelers 1989-93 atlanta Falcons 1994-96 dennis Johnson, de arizona cardinals 2002-03 san Francisco 49ers 2004 Melvin Johnson, Fs tampa Bay Buccaneers 1995-97 Kansas city chiefs 1998 Micah Johnson, lB Miami dolphins 2010 steve Johnson, WR Buffalo Bills 2008-13 san Francisco 49ers 2014 eric Kelly, cB Minnesota vikings 2001-03

Frank leMaster, lB Philadelphia eagles 1974-82 trevard lindley, cB Philadelphia eagles 2010 luke lindon, t detroit lions 1944-45

Marlon Mccree, dB Jacksonville Jaguars 2001-03 houston texans 2003-04 carolina Panthers 2005 san diego chargers 2006-07 denver Broncos 2008 lloyd Mcdermott, t detroit lions 1950 chicago cardinals 1950-51 John Mcveigh, dl seattle seahawks 1987

Jim little, t new York giants 1945

steve Meilinger, e Washington Redskins 1956-57 green Bay Packers 1958-60 Pittsburgh steelers 1961

Marc logan, RB cincinnati Bengals 1987-88 Miami dolphins 1989-91 san Francisco 49ers 1992-94 Washington Redskins 1995-97

lou Michaels, de-K los angeles Rams 1958-60 Pittsburgh steelers 1961-63 Baltimore colts 1964-69 green Bay Packers 1971

Jared lorenzen, QB new York giants 2005-07

Marty Moore, lB new england Patriots 1994-99, 2001 cleveland Browns 2000

Ricky lumpkin, dt arizona cardinals 2012 Oakland Raiders 2013-14 dicky lyons sr., s new Orleans saints 1970 Rick Massie, WR denver Broncos 1987-88

shipwreck Kelly, RB new York giants 1932 Brooklyn dodgers 1933-34, ’37

tim Masthay, P green Bay Packers 2010-14

Ralph Kercheval, RB-K Brooklyn dodgers 1934-40

chris Matthews, WR seattle seahawks, 2014

don King, t cleveland Browns 1954 green Bay Packers 1956 Philadelphia eagles 1956 denver Broncos 1960

tony Mayes, dB st. louis cardinals 1987

Kelly Kirchbaum, lB Kansas city chiefs 1980 Philadelphia eagles 1987

Quentin Mccord, WR atlanta Falcons 2001-03

CO R EY PETERS

JOHN CONNER

Bubba Mccollum, dt houston Oilers 1974

noah Mullins, B chicago Bears 1946-48 new York giants 1949 dan neal, c Baltimore colts 1973-74 chicago Bears 1975-83 Rick norton, QB Miami dolphins 1966-69 green Bay Packers 1970

dick Palmer, lB Miami dolphins 1970 Buffalo Bills 1972 new Orleans saints 1972-73 atlanta Falcons 1974 Babe Parilli, QB green Bay Packers 1952-53, 1957-58 cleveland Browns 1956 Oakland Raiders 1960 Boston Patriots 1961-67 new York Jets 1968-69 doug Pelfrey, PK cincinnati Bengals 1993-99 todd Perry, Og chicago Bears 1993-2000 Miami dolphins 2001-03 Wally Pesuit, Ot/c atlanta Falcons 1976 Miami dolphins 1977-78 detroit lions 1979-80 corey Peters, dt atlanta Falcons 2010-14 don Phelps, B cleveland Browns 1950-52 Joker Phillips, WR Washington Redskins 1985, ’87 artose Pinner, RB detroit lions 2003-05 Minnesota vikings 2006 atlanta Falcons 2007 Myron Pryor, dt new england Patriots 2009-11

Rick nuzum, c los angeles Rams 1977 green Bay Packers 1978

Brad Pyatt, WR indianapolis colts 2003-04

glenn Pakulak, P new Orleans saints 2008 Washington Redskins 2009

James Ramey, de st. louis cardinals 1979 tampa Bay Buccaneers 1987

RICKY LUMPKIN

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CATS IN THE PROS S u C C E E D I n G AT T H E n E x T L E v E L Derrick Ramsey, TE Oakland Raiders 1978-81 Los Angeles Raiders 1982-83 new England Patriots 1983-85 Detroit Lions 1987 Bill Ransdell, QB Indianapolis Colts 1988 Jerry Reese, DE Pittsburgh Steelers 1988 Jay Rhodemyre, C Green Bay Packers 1948-49, ’51-52 Dick Richards, WB Brooklyn Dodgers 1933 Tom Richey, OG Cincinnati Bengals 1987 Dewayne Robertson, DT new York Jets 2003-07 Denver Broncos 2008 Jimmy Robinson, WR new Orleans Saints 2001

Dave Roller, DT new York Giants 1971-74 Green Bay Packers 1975-78 Minnesota vikings 1979-80 Reggie Rusk, FS Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1996-97 Seattle Seahawks 1997 San Diego Chargers 1999-2000 Terry Samuels, TE Arizona Cardinals 1994-95 Larry Seiple, P Miami Dolphins 1967-77 Washington Serini, G Chicago Bears 1948-51 Green Bay Packers 1952 John Shannon, DE Chicago Bears 1988-89 Glenn Shaw, RB Chicago Bears 1960 Minnesota vikings 1961 Los Angeles Rams 1962 Oakland Raiders 1963-64

Alfonso Smith, RB Arizona Cardinals, 2010-13 San Francisco 49ers 2014 Larry Smith, LB Houston Oilers 1987 Omar Smith, C new York Giants 2002-03 Art Still, DE Kansas City Chiefs 1978-87 Buffalo Bills 1988-89 Bob Talamini, G Houston Oilers 1960-67 new York Jets 1968 Jacob Tamme, TE Indianapolis Colts 2008-11 Denver Broncos 2012-14 Danny Trevathan, LB Denver Broncos 2012-14 Herschel Turner, G St. Louis Cardinals 1964-65 Harry ulinski, C Washington Redskins 1950-51, ’53-56

CURRENT

Cats in the NFL

NAME, POS. TEAM Javess Blue, WR .......................Green Bay Randall Cobb, WR ....................Green Bay John Conner, FB ............................Buffalo Bud Dupree, LB ........................Pittsburgh Winston Guy, S ......................Indianapolis Braylon Heard, RB....................Pittsburgh Stevie Johnson, WR..................San Diego Ricky Lumpkin, DT.......................Oakland Tim Masthay, P.........................Green Bay Chris Matthews, WR ......................Seattle Darrian Miller, OL ......................Cleveland Corey Peters, DT............................Arizona Za’Darius Smith, DE..................Baltimore Jacob Tamme, TE ..........................Atlanta Danny Trevathan, LB .....................Denver Larry Warford, G.............................Detroit Avery Williamson, LB ...............Tennessee Wesley Woodyard, LB ..............Tennessee as of Aug. 17, 2015

AVERY WILLIAMSON

Jeff van note, C Atlanta Falcons 1969-86

WESLEY WOODYARD Earl Wilson, DE San Diego Chargers 1985-87

Chris Ward, DE Baltimore Ravens 1997

Bob Windsor, TE San Francisco 49ers 1967-71 new England Patriots 1972-75

Larry Warford, OG Detroit Lions 2013-14

Bob Winkel, DT new York Jets 1979-80

Dean Wells, LB Seattle Seahawks 1993-98 Carolina Panthers 1999-2001

Cal Withrow, C San Diego Chargers 1970 Green Bay Packers 1971-73 St. Louis Cardinals 1974

James Whalen, TE Dallas Cowboys 2000-03 Mark Wheeler, TE Detroit Lions 1987 Garry Williams, OL Carolina Panthers 2009-14 Moe Williams, RB Minnesota vikings 1996-2000, ’02-05 Baltimore Ravens 2001 Avery Williamson, LB Tennessee Titans 2014

Wesley Woodyard, LB Denver Broncos 2008-13 Tennessee Titans 2014 Ralph Wright Brooklyn Dodgers 1933 Craig Yeast, WR Cincinnati Bengals 1999-2000 new York Jets 2001 Walt Yowarsky, E Washington Redskins 1951-54 Detroit Lions 1955 new York Giants 1955-57 San Francisco 49ers 1958

Ken Willis, K Dallas Cowboys 1990-91 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1992 new York Giants 1992

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RETIRED JERSEYS A N D U K H A L L O F FA M E

NO. PLAYER 44 66 13

John “Shipwreck” Kelly Ralph Kercheval Bob Davis Bernie A. Shively

35

Ermal Allen

8 45

Clyde Johnson Jay Rhodemyre

48 16 27

Washington Serini George Blanda Wallace “Wah Wah” Jones Paul “Bear” Bryant Jerry Claiborne

50 70 87 10 51 65 80 84 79 21 55 80 70 80 11

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YEARS

NO. PLAYER

HB P HB AD Coach QB/HB Asst. Coach T C

1929-31 1931-33 1935-37 1938-67 1945 1939-41 1948-61 1940-42 1942, 1946-47 1944-47 1945-48 1945-48 1946-53 1946, 1948-49 1982-89 1946-49 1947-50 1949-50 1949-51 1949-51 1951-53 1951-53 1952-55 1954-61 1955-57 1958-60 1959-61 1960-62 1961-63 1963-65 1963-65

73 21 32 24 88 74 59 40 52 69 50

Sam Ball Rodger Bird Larry Seiple Dicky Lyons Sr. Jeff Van Note Dave Roller Joe Federspiel Sonny Collins Rick Nuzum Warren Bryant Jim Kovach

97 12 33 57 22 2

Art Still Derrick Ramsey George Adams Dermontti Dawson Mark Higgs Tim Couch

T QB/P/K E Coach DB/E

Coach Harry Ulinski C/LB Bob Gain T Charlie McClendon DE Babe Parilli QB Doug Moseley C Ray Correll G Steve Meilinger E/HB/DB/LB Howard Schnellenberger E Blanton Collier Coach Lou Michaels T/K/P Calvin Bird HB Irvin “Irv” Goode C Tom Hutchinson E Herschel Turner T Rick Kestner E Rick Norton QB

POS.

YEARS

OT HB HB RB DE DL LB HB OL OT LB

1963-65 1963-65 1964-66 1966-68 1966-68 1968-70 1969-71 1972-75 1972-74 1974-76 1974-76, 1978 1974-77 1975-77 1981-84 1984-87 1984-87 1996-98

DE QB RB C/OG TB QB

Football players who have been named to the UK Athletics Hall of Fame but have not had jerseys retired: 12 79 85 44 22 45 23 82 9 10 3

Derek Abney Oliver Barnett Al Bruno Wilbur Hackett Jared Lorenzen Marty Moore Nate Northington Greg Page Bill Ransdell Moe Williams Craig Yeast

WR DE WR LB QB LB DB DE QB RB WR

2000-03 1986-89 1948-50 1968-70 2000-03 1990-93 1966-67 1966-67 1983-86 1993-95 1995-98

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COMPLIANCE CORNER W h at i s at h l e t i c s c o m p l i a n c e ?

n the interest of athletics compliance, the University of Kentucky and every ncaa institution are responsible for monitoring the activities of the department of athletics. the ncaa rules were developed to ensure that members of the institution’s staff, student-athletes and other individuals or groups representing the institution’s athletics interests comply with the ncaa rules and maintain the highest standard of ethical conduct.

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PRINCIPLES OF INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY the institution’s responsibility for the conduct of its intercollegiate athletics program includes responsibility for the actions of its staff members and for the actions of any other individual or organization engaged in activities promoting the athletics interests of the institution. the ncaa defines an individual as a representative of athletics interests or a “booster” if he or she: • has participated in or is a member of an agency or organization promoting UK’s intercollegiate athletics program; • makes or has made a donation to any of the UK men’s or women’s athletics programs; • is assisting or has been requested by the UK athletics Department staff to assist in the recruitment of prospects (which he or she is not permitted to do); • is assisting or has been requested to provide benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families (which he or she is not permitted to do); • is the parent or legal guardian of an enrolled student-athlete; or • has been involved otherwise in promoting the UK athletics program. a person is considered a representative of athletics interests of the University of Kentucky just by being an alumnus, friend or fan of the University, regardless of whether he or she has made a financial contribution to the University and/or the intercollegiate athletics program. Remember, a representative of athletics interests is responsible for making the University of

Kentucky’s compliance office aware of any potential violations of ncaa rules he or she knows have occurred. according to the ncaa, once an individual has been identified as an athletics representative, he or she retains this identity forever, even if that person no longer contributes to the athletics program.

PRINCIPLES OF RULES COMPLIANCE the athletics compliance office works to identify and reduce areas of risk within the athletics program that could negatively impact the University of Kentucky. if a problem arises, it is the responsibility of the athletics compliance office to determine how the problem occurred, how it could have been prevented and how to reduce the chances of it occurring in the future. the two main functions of the athletics compliance office are to educate and monitor. the compliance staff meets regularly with coaches and student-athletes to provide information and materials on the applications of the complexities of the ncaa bylaws and at the same time provide as much information as possible to the University of Kentucky community. the staff also monitors the functions of the athletics department that are governed by ncaa legislation. a misconception about the role of the athletics compliance office is that because UK has an athletics compliance office, no problems will occur. Unfortunately, this is not the case. many people are involved in the operation of an athletics program who make decisions daily that affect the program positively or negatively. Just as having a fire station does not prevent fires from occurring, a compliance office cannot stop violations from occurring within an athletics program. all components within an athletics program must work together and each function properly, effectively and efficiently to insure compliance. it must be a shared responsibility. each person interested in UK athletics assists the athletics program by knowing and complying with ncaa rules. Follow compliance updates on Facebook (University of Kentucky compliance) and twitter (@ukcompliance).

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DEPTH CHARTS KENTuCKy VS. FLoRIDA

KENTUCKY OFFENSE

FLORIDA OFFENSE

LT

LT

TE

LG C RG RT WR WR WR QB FB RB -or-

87 86 70 73 75 68 72 57 69 65 64 74 13 6 2 10 9 1 14 7 48 49 18 3 4

C.J. Conrad (6-5, 245, Fr.) Darryl Long (6-4, 246, RFr.) Jordan Swindle (6-7, 309, Sr.) Kyle Meadows (6-5, 298, So.) Zach West (6-4, 309, Sr.) Nick Haynes (6-5, 308, So.) Jon Toth (6-5, 310, Jr.) Zach Myers (6-3, 300, Jr.) Ramsey Meyers (6-4, 320, So.) Jervontius “Bunchy” Stallings (6-3, 335, RFr.) George Asafo-Adjei (6-5, 325, Fr.) Cole Mosier (6-6, 335, So.) Jeff Badet (6-0, 182, So.) Blake Bone (6-5, 208, So.) Dorian Baker (6-3, 208, So.) Thaddeus Snodgrass (6-1, 190, RFr.) Garrett Johnson (5-11, 182, So.) Ryan Timmons (5-10, 192, Jr.) Patrick Towles (6-5, 240, Jr.) Drew Barker (6-3, 225, RFr.) Will Tom Collins (5-11, 238, Jr.) Tanner Fink (6-2, 233, Jr.) Stanley “Boom” Williams (5-9, 196, So.) Jojo Kemp (5-10, 200, Jr.) Mikel Horton (6-1, 226, So.)

KENTUCKY DEFENSE DE

91 94 90 69 DT 96 67 DE/LB 35 41 SLB 47 6 MLB 45 40 WLB 33 -or22 NICKEL 24 5 CB 21 11 S 15 27 S 1 25 CB 16 5 NG

Farrington Huguenin Courtney Miggins Melvin Lewis Matt Elam Regie Meant Cory Johnson Denzil Ware Josh Allen Jabari Johnson Jason Hatcher Josh Forrest Nico Firios Ryan Flannigan Khalid Henderson Blake McClain Kendall Randolph Chris Westry J.D. Harmon Marcus McWilson Mike Edwards A.J. Stamps Darius West Cody Quinn Kendall Randolph

(6-4, 282, Sr.) (6-5, 285, Jr.) (6-4, 332, Sr.) (6-7, 360, So.) (6-4, 302, So.) (6-3, 300, Sr.) (6-2, 255, RFr.) (6-5, 210, Fr.) (6-1, 272, Sr.) (6-3, 252, Jr.) (6-3, 255, Sr.) (6-2, 230, RFr.) (6-2, 225, Sr.) (6-1, 235, Sr.) (5-11, 195, Jr.) (6-0, 180, So.) (6-4, 185, Fr.) (6-2, 197, Jr.) (6-0, 208, Jr.) (6-0, 200, RFr.) (6-0, 205, Sr.) (6-0, 206, RFr.) (5-10, 180, Sr.) (6-0, 180, So.)

WR

LG C RG RT WR TE QB -orRB -orWR

5 11 78 73 63 52 54 64 51 77 75 74 81 10 83 80 7 3 25 32 21 4 89

Ahmad Fulwood Demarcus Robinson David Sharpe Martez Ivey Trip Thurman Travaris Dorsey Cam Dillard Tyler Jordan Antonio Riles Andrew Mike Mason Halter Fred Johnson Antonio Callaway Valdez Showers Jake McGee C’yontai Lewis Will Grier Treon Harris Jordan Scarlett Jordan Cronkrite Kelvin Taylor Brandon Powell Alvin Bailey

FLORIDA DEFENSE CB

1 15 DE 90 96 NT 91 93 -or54 DT 57 17 RUSH 94 14 CB 6 -or31 NICKEL 24 7 SLB 34 -or23 MLB 3 34 WLB 40 13 S 42 26 S 20 8

Vernon Hargreaves III Deiondre Porter Jon Bullard Cece Jefferson Joey Ivie Taven Bryan Khairi Clark Caleb Brantley Jordan Sherit Bryan Cox Jr. Alex McCalister Quincy Wilson Jalen Tabor Brian Poole Duke Dawson Alex Anzalone Jeremi Powell Antonio Morrison Alex Anzalone Jarrad Davis Daniel McMillian Keanu Neal Marcell Harris Marcus Maye Nick Washington

FLORIDA SPECIAL TEAMS KENTUCKY SPECIAL TEAMS

SNAP 59 Kelly Mason HOLD 9 Landon Foster K 99 Austin MacGinnis 95 Miles Butler P 9 Landon Foster 93 Bryan Kirshe KOR 22 Sihiem King 11 J.D. Harmon PR 1 Ryan Timmons 82 T.V. Williams

(6-3, 235, Sr.) (6-1, 178, Sr.) (5-10, 175, So.) (5-9, 171, RFr.) (6-1, 178, Sr.) (6-0, 150, RFr.) (5-9, 172, Fr.) (6-2, 197, Jr.) (5-10, 192, Jr.) (5-10, 155, So.)

K P

KOR PR LS -orH

16 98 19 16 4 81 81 4 41 47 19 22

Austin Hardin Jorge Powell Johnny Townsend Austin Hardin Brandon Powell Antonio Callaway Antonio Callaway Brandon Powell Ryan Farr Jonathan Haney Johnny Townsend Case Harrison

(6-4, 210, Jr.) (6-1, 208, Jr.) (6-6, 359, So.) (6-5, 311, Fr.) (6-5, 307, RSr.) (6-2, 321, RFr.) (6-4, 311, RSo.) (6-4, 294, Fr.) (6-4, 312, RSo.) (6-6, 302, RFr.) (6-6, 295, RSr.) (6-6, 312, Fr.) (5-11, 206, Fr.) (6-0, 193, RSr.) (6-6, 244, RSr.) (6-4, 233, RFr.) (6-2, 203, RFr.) (5-11, 198, So.) (5-10, 212, Fr.) (5-11, 205, Fr.) (5-10, 206, Jr.) (5-9, 185, So.) (5-11, 189, RSo.) (5-11, 200, Jr.) (6-0, 178, RFr.) (6-3, 280, Sr.) (6-1, 270, Fr.) (6-3, 290, Jr.) (6-5, 290, RFr.) (6-2, 321, RFr.) (6-2, 303, RSo.) (6-4, 250, RSo.) (6-3, 265, RJr.) (6-6, 235, RJr.) (6-1, 210, So.) (6-0, 197, So.) (5-10, 208, Sr.) (5-11, 203, So.) (6-3, 237, Jr.) (6-0, 220, RJr.) (6-1, 234, Sr.) (6-3, 237, Jr.) (6-2, 232, Jr.) (6-1, 216, Jr.) (6-1, 215, Jr.) (6-1, 211, RSo.) (6-0, 210, RJr.) (6-0, 189, RSo.) (5-10, 205, RJr.) (5-10, 171, RFr.) (6-1, 200, RSo.) (5-10, 205, RJr.) (5-9, 185, So.) (5-11, 206, Fr.) (5-11, 206, Fr.) (5-9, 185, So.) (6-0, 213, Fr.) (6-2, 210, RJr.) (6-1, 200, RSo.) (6-0, 196, RSo.)

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KENTUCKY 2 015 n u m e r i c a l ro st e r No. 1* 1* 2 3* 3* 4* 4* 5 6* 6* 7* 7* 8* 8* 9* 9* 10 11* 11* 12 13 14 15 16* 16* 17* 17* 18* 18* 19 20* 20* 21 22* 22* 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31* 31* 32* 32* 33 34 35 36 38

Name Pos. ryan timmons Wr a.J. stamps s Dorian Baker Wr Fred tiller cB Jojo Kemp rB mikel Horton rB marcus Walker DB Kendall randolph cB Blake Bone Wr Jason Hatcher De/lB Drew Barker QB Daron Blaylock lB Kobie Walker lB Jabari Greenwood Wr landon Foster P Garrett Johnson Wr thaddeus snodgrass Wr J.D. Harmon cB tavin richardson Wr reese Phillips QB Jeff Badet Wr Patrick towles QB marcus mcWilson s cody Quinn cB Davis mattingly QB alexander montgomery Wr Zack Blaylock s stanley “Boom” Williams rB Glenn Faulkner s Joey Herrick Wr Kengera Daniel De ryan Kendall Wr chris Westry DB Khalid Henderson lB sihiem King rB Jared tucker cB Blake mcclain cB Darius West s Will Jackson DB mike edwards s Kei Beckham DB Derrick Baity DB David Bouvier Wr Darien Jennings DB eli Brown lB William mahone rB ryan Flannigan lB Jordan Jones lB Denzil Ware De/lB Jacob Hyde Dt/FB alex Brownell lB

Ht. 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-5 6-0 5-10 6-4 6-2 6-0 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-5 5-10 6-4 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-3 5-9 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2

Wt. 192 205 208 180 200 226 185 180 208 252 225 226 210 195 178 182 190 197 218 225 182 240 208 180 225 210 193 196 208 203 260 193 185 235 172 175 195 206 200 200 170 180 163 180 208 190 225 215 255 320 210

Cl. Jr. sr. so. sr. Jr. so. Fr. so. so. Jr. rFr. sr. rFr. Fr. sr. so. rFr. Jr. Fr. so. so. Jr. Jr. sr. Fr. so. Jr. so. sr. sr. Fr. rFr. Fr. sr. Fr. rFr. Jr. rFr. Fr. rFr. Fr. Fr. rFr. Fr. Fr. so. sr. Fr. rFr. so. Fr.

No. 39 40 41 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 53 55 56 57 59 60 61 62 64 65 67* 67* 68 69* 69* 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 80 82 86 87 88 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 98 99* 99*

Name elijah Barnett nico Firios Josh allen logan Blue max strong Josh Forrest connor John Jabari Johnson Will thomas collins tanner Fink Blake Best David Baumer sullivan simpson Zach myers Kelly mason calvin taylor Jr. tristen salyer Dylan Greenberg George asafo-adjei Jervontius stallings cory “c.J.” Johnson Jarrett larubbio nick Haynes matt elam ramsey meyers Jordan swindle logan stenberg Jon toth Kyle meadows cole mosier Zach West levon livingston mason Wolfe Zane Williams c.J. Walker t.V. Williams Darryl long c.J. conrad charles Walker melvin lewis Farrington Huguenin alvonte Bell Bryan Kirshe courtney miggins miles Butler regie meant tymere Dubose austin macGinnis adrian middleton

Pos. lB lB lB lB/ls K lB lB De/lB FB te/FB ls oG ol c ls ol ol c ot c Dt oG oG Dt oG ot ol c ot oG oG ol ol Dt Wr Wr te te Wr Dt De De P Dt K Dt Dt K Dt

Ht. 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-4 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-9 6-5 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-7 6-4 6-7 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-4 6-7 6-6 6-4 5-11 5-10 6-4 6-5 5-11 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-5 5-9 6-4 6-5 5-10 6-3

Wt. 220 230 210 246 181 255 230 272 238 233 250 307 280 300 235 295 325 308 325 335 300 297 308 360 320 309 330 310 298 335 305 250 325 285 186 155 246 245 203 332 282 260 150 285 171 302 315 175 295

Cl. Fr. rFr. Fr. rFr. Jr. sr. Fr. sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. rFr. Fr. Jr. sr. Fr. Fr. so. Fr. rFr. sr. rFr. so. so. so. sr. Fr. Jr. so. so. sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. so. rFr. Fr. so. sr. sr. Jr. rFr. Jr. rFr. so. rFr. so. rFr.

* denotes duplicate numbers

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FLORIDA 2 015 N u m e r i c a l ro st e r No. 1 3* 3* 4 5 6 7* 7* 8 9 10 11 12 13* 13* 14* 14* 15* 15* 16 17* 17* 18 19 20 21 22* 22* 23 24 25* 25* 26 27 28 29 30* 30* 31 32* 32* 33 34 35 36* 36* 37* 37* 38* 38* 39* 39* 40 41 42 43* 43*

Name Vernon Hargreaves iii treon Harris antonio morrison Brandon Powell ahmad Fulwood Quincy Wilson Duke Dawson Will Grier Nick Washington latroy Pittman Jr. Valdez showers Demarcus robinson Josh Grady Brian Fallace Daniel mcmillian luke Del rio alex mccalister Jacob Guy Deiondre Porter austin Hardin anderson Proctor Jordan sherit c.J. Worton Johnny townsend marcus maye Kelvin taylor Harry Gornto V case Harrison Jeremi Powell Brian Poole matt rolin Jordan scarlett marcell Harris isaac Brinson Kylan Johnson evan schroeder Deandre Goolsby Garrett stephens Jalen tabor Jordan cronkrite D.l. Powell tyriek Hopkins alex anzalone chris Williamson roger Dixon eddie Giles mark Herndon isaac o’Neal Bair Diamond Kerollin Francois ryan Ferguson michael iorio Jarrad Davis ryan Farr Keanu Neal Glenn Jarriel mark Norvelis

Pos. DB QB lB Wr Wr DB DB QB DB Wr Wr Wr QB QB lB QB rusH QB DB K QB rusH Wr P DB rB QB rB lB DB lB rB DB lB DB DB te DB DB rB DB rB lB DB Wr DB rB DB te DB te DB lB ls DB Wr DB

Ht. 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-9 6-4 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-6 6-5 6-0 5-10 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-4 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-8 6-3 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-9 5-9 6-4 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-8 5-10

Wt. 199 195 229 184 208 209 204 201 195 212 193 204 200 206 219 216 239 222 177 198 209 250 195 202 207 205 195 198 224 211 216 198 211 198 220 200 243 187 191 205 193 175 244 188 195 161 198 180 228 203 226 194 230 207 216 173 192

Cl. Jr. so. sr. so. Jr. so. so. rFr. rso. sr. rsr. Jr. rsr. rFr. Jr. rso. rJr. rJr. rFr. rJr. rso. rso. so. rso. rJr. Jr. Fr. rso. rJr. sr. rso. Fr. rso. Fr. Fr. rsr. so. rso. so. Fr. rso. Fr. Jr. Fr. sr. rFr. sr. Fr. rJr. rso. rFr. rJr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. rJr.

No. 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52* 52* 53 54* 54* 55 56 57 58 59* 59* 60 62 63 64 66 67 68 69 71 73 74 75 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95* 95* 96 97 98* 98*

Name rayshad Jackson r.J. raymond leandre rembert Jonathan Haney Jacob tilghman Devin Grimm Darius singletary antonio riles travaris Dorsey steven stipe Kavaris Harkless Khairi clark cameron Dillard thomas Holley anthony Harrell caleb Brantley Jahim lawrence t.J. mccoy Dakota Wilson Zach shinn andrew ivie trip thurman tyler Jordan Nick Buchanan Brandon sandifer richerd Desir-Jones marcus Givens Nick Villano martez ivey Fred Johnson mason Halter andrew mike David sharpe Donovan Welch c’yontai lewis antonio callaway moral stephens Jake mcGee camrin Knight chris thompson raphael andrades Kalif Jackson ryan sousa alvin Bailey Jonathan Bullard Joey ivie Jabari Zuniga taven Bryan Bryan cox Jr. Keivonnis Davis Jack spicer cece Jefferson Justus reed luke ancrum Jorge Powell

Pos. lB lB lB ls ls ls lB ol ol lB ol Dl ol Dl lB Dl lB ol Dl ol Dl ol ol ol ol ol ol ol ol ol ol ol ol ol te Wr te te te Wr Wr Wr Wr Wr Dl Dl Dl Dl Dl Dl P Dl rusH Dl K

Ht. 6-0 6-2 5-8 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-5 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-6 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-5 5-10

Wt. 221 236 247 209 201 188 197 322 318 216 300 321 308 320 237 314 211 302 269 280 302 313 292 285 357 290 263 312 302 305 295 302 355 286 228 198 240 249 230 171 203 212 195 192 283 295 263 292 268 230 196 275 240 251 166

Cl. Fr. rFr. rso. rJr. Fr. rFr. Fr. rso. rFr. rso. rFr. rFr. rso. rFr. rsr. rso. Fr. Fr. rsr. rFr. Fr. rsr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. rsr. rFr. so. Fr. rFr. Fr. rFr. rsr. Fr. Jr. rJr. Fr. rFr. rso. sr. Jr. Fr. rFr. rJr. Fr. Fr. Fr. rFr. Fr. rFr.

* denotes duplicate numbers

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STAT COMPARISON KeNTuCKy vS. FLoRiDA

KENTUCKY STAT LEADERS Rushing Stanley Williams Jojo Kemp Mikel Horton

Att 24 16 8

Net 242 112 48

Passing Patrick Towles

Cmp-Att-Int 37-63-2

Pct. Yds. 58.7 449

Receiving Garrett Johnson Dorian Baker Jeff Badet

No. 9 7 5

Yds 124 101 99

Avg 13.8 14.4 19.8

TD 1 0 1

Defense Josh Forrest Khalid Henderson A.J. Stamps Marcus McWilson Melvin Lewis

UA 12 15 9 6 3

A 10 5 4 6 7

Tot 22 20 13 12 10

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds 1-1 1-1 2-9 1-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-8 1-5

Avg 4.5 5.1 4.8

TD 2 1 1

FLORIDA STAT LEADERS Rushing Kelvin Taylor Jordan Cronkrite Jordan Scarlett

Att 24 14 12

Net 109 71 58

Passing Will Grier Treon Harris

Cmp-Att-Int 26-35-1 19-27-0

Avg 10.1 7.0 6.0

TD 1 1 2

Pct. Yds. 74.3 317 70.4 269

Long Avg/G 75 121.0 32 56.0 12 24.0 TD 3

Avg/G 224.5

Long Avg/G 35 62.0 29 50.5 43 49.5

Long Avg/G 18 54.5 18 35.5 15 29.0 TD 4 2

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Here’s a quick look at the top team statistics for the Wildcats and the Florida Gators this season. TOTAL TDS

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R U S H I N G YA R D S

Avg/G 158.5 134.5

Receiving No. Demarcus Robinson 11 DeAndre Goolsby 6 Brandon Powell 5

Yds 89 132 79

Avg 8.1 22.0 15.8

TD 1 1 1

Defense Jarrad Davis Antonio Morrison Nick Washington Jalen Tabor Quincy Wilson

A 7 11 6 7 6

Tot 14 13 10 9 7

TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds 2.5-13 0-0 1.0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

UA 7 2 4 2 1

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Long Avg/G 17 44.5 34 66.0 37 39.5

385

390

PA S S I N G YA R D S

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