All-Star game moved to UofL's Cardinal Stadium

The Kentucky All-Stars will be aiming to secure the state's fourth straight victory over their counterparts from Tennessee on June 17th, when the game is held at the University of Louisville's Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

Due to field construction the game needed to be moved from Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, where the game is usually held when the Bluegrass State hosts the event, opening the door for U of L to become the host.

With poor attendance the last few years, in Lexington and Knoxville, the game will find increased interest with the game being held in Louisville.

Eight of the Cardinals 26 signee's from the Class of 2005 have been invited to participate in the game.


PRP's JuJuan Spillman
Quarterback Lee Sweeney is expected to suit up for Tennessee, while in-state signee's Lamar Alston, Blake Boyd, Mike Donoghue, Stephen Garr, Maurice Grinter, Earl Heyman and JuJuan Spillman are expected to play on the Kentucky squad that also includes nine UK signee's.

The game will be held at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on June 17th, with kickoff slated for 7:00 p.m. Tickets to the event are $10. The team's will begin practice on June 12th in Lexington.

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