Titans sign 10 Free Agents

The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with 10 undrafted free agents for mini-camp.
May 5, 2008

2008 CATSPY Awards Presented

The University of Kentucky Athletics Association presented 25 honors at the sixth-annual CATSPY Awards, held Monday at Memorial Coliseum to recognize athletic and academic performance during the 2007-08 year.
April 22, 2008

Taylor: NFL analyst evaluates UK players

KSR's Keith Taylor recently had the opportunity to speak with NFL analyst Keith Kidd about the NFL potential of Andre Woodson, Jacob Tamme, Keenan Burton and Rafael Little.
February 10, 2008

Neal touts Scott's talent, NFL potential

When Dan Neal would go watch Kentucky play this season, he always ended up watching center Eric Scott. After all, Neal was UK's starting center in 1970-71 before playing 11 years (Baltimore and Chicago) and coaching 15 years in the National Football League.
February 4, 2008

Under Armour Senior Bowl: Top Performers

Who were the statistical leaders in the major performance categories in Saturday's Under Armour Senior Bowl? Find out in a glance right here...
January 26, 2008

UA Senior Bowl: Running Back Rankings

The practice sessions in Mobile are winding down and the prospects at the running back position have been intriguing. Scout.com's Chris Steuber ranks the eight running backs in Mobile based on their performances in practice this week.
January 24, 2008

Thursday's UA Senior Bowl Practice Notes

It was a no-pads practice day for the North and South Teams in Mobile, Alabama. But it wasn't exactly what they were expecting. Find out why, along with who made some of the top plays of the day, and news of three players were interviewed by NFL teams following the morning session.
January 24, 2008

Music City Bowl Champs - Kentucky 35 FSU 28

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It's back-to-back Music City Bowl championships for the Kentucky Wildcats, as they defeat the Florida State Seminoles 35-28 in front of a record Music City Bowl crowd of 68,661. Andre Woodson threw for 358 yards and four touchdowns, and was named Music City Bowl MVP for the second consecutive year to lead the Cats.
December 31, 2007