Breaking Down Roster Turnover Under Gettleman

Dave Gettleman will be entering his fourth season as general manage of the Carolina Panthers. In a short period of time he has built a serious Super Bowl contender and we break down how the roster has changed year over year.
June 12, 2016

Final Auditions

Several Carolina Panthers players will use Sunday's game in Atlanta as a final audition for next season. Whether pushing for a starting job or just another roster invite, these four players have a lot to play for against the division-leading Falcons.
January 1, 2011

Liberty Bowl notes of interest

Notes from UK's history making Auto Zone Liberty Bowl win
January 2, 2009

Brooks names game captains

The Wildcats went through their final on-field game preparations with a walk-through on Thursday, and Rich Brooks named Jermey Jarmon & Garry Williams as game captains, they will join Tony Dixon & Braxton Kelley for the pregame coin toss. Kentucky enters the game with the nation's 2nd longest non-conference win streak, 13 games. The last non-conference loss came in the 2006 season opener.
January 1, 2009

Can the 2008 captains be great leaders?

The leadership for the 2007 edition of the Kentucky Wildcats is currently attempting to carve out a niche for themselves in the big business world of the NFL's big contracts and meat markets. The 2007 Wildcats had tremendous leadership in Andre Woodson, Keenan Burton, Wesley Woodyard, and Jacob Tamme. Who will provide leadership for the 2008 edition of the Wildcats?
August 30, 2008

Inside the Locker Room with Larry and Lonny

Enjoy KSR's new "Inside the Locker Room" feature, where Larry Vaught and Lonny Demaree will be bringing you their thoughts, comments and observations from inside the Kentucky Wildcats locker room. Thursday's version features comments and quotes from freshman wide receiver Eric Adeyemi, fullback John Conner, offensive lineman Garry Williams, quarterback Deaunte Mason, and many more.
August 8, 2008

DEMAREE: Jimmy Heggins to smooth out O-line

The perceived trip to the upper echelon of the SEC was aborted after the seven game mark of the season. Fans and the UK team's delusions of grandeur was brought back down to earth. Admittedly, it was fun while it lasted but water eventually seeks its own level. Make no mistake, there was every reason to believe the Cats should have and could have won the Tennessee game but they didn't.
December 27, 2007