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  • Kentucky announces 2018 Football Schedule

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – The 2018 Kentucky football schedule features seven home games, including visits from Mississippi State, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Georgia, and five road games, the Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday.

    Kentucky opens its season at Kroger Field with Central Michigan on Sept. 1 before traveling to The Swamp to face the Florida Gators in the SEC opener on Sept. 8. The Wildcats close out September with a three-game homestand that includes Murray State (Sept. 15), Mississippi State (Sept. 22) and South Carolina (Sept. 29).

    The Wildcats travel to College Station, Texas for the first time since 1952 to face the Aggies of Texas A&M on Oct. 6. After an open date on Oct. 13, the Wildcats play host to Vanderbilt on Oct. 20 and meet Missouri in Columbia on Oct. 27.

    Two of Kentucky’s four games in November are on the road. The Wildcats cap off their conference slate at home on Nov. 3 vs. Georgia before meeting Tennessee in Neyland Stadium on Nov. 10. UK returns to Kroger Field on Nov. 17 for Senior Day vs. Middle Tennessee State.

    The regular-season finale comes on Thanksgiving weekend with a Nov. 24 visit to Louisville at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in the annual battle for the Governor’s Cup.

    KENTUCKY
    Sept. 1 CENTRAL MICHIGAN
    Sept. 8 at Florida
    Sept. 15 MURRAY STATE
    Sept. 22 MISSISSIPPI STATE
    Sept. 29 SOUTH CAROLINA
    Oct. 6 at Texas A&M
    Oct. 13 Open Date
    Oct. 20 VANDERBILT
    Oct. 27 at Missouri
    Nov. 3 GEORGIA
    Nov. 10 at Tennessee
    Nov. 17 MIDDLE TENNESSEE
    Nov. 24 at Louisville
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Kentucky announces 2018 Football Schedule started by Darrell KSR View original post
    Comments 9 Comments
    1. Catfan73's Avatar
      Catfan73 -
      That doesn't look too bad. A&M will likely be breaking in a new coach, which is too bad considering how his teams usually start tanking around the 5th or 6th game. Strange how all these games get shuffled around except for Florida. We always play them in September.
    1. catmanjack's Avatar
      catmanjack -
      The better UK gets the easier the schedule looks
    1. dan_bgblue's Avatar
      dan_bgblue -
      Bama is afraid to play UK once again
    1. Bakert's Avatar
      Bakert -
      Quote Originally Posted by dan_bgblue View Post
      Bama is afraid to play UK once again
      Saban is a chicken!!!

      FWIW, here is the SEC schedule rotation through 2025:

    1. dtalbersjr's Avatar
      dtalbersjr -
      I'll be making the trip to A&M if at all possible. Been looking forward to that since they joined the league.
    1. Padukacat's Avatar
      Padukacat -
      6-6 guarantee on that one lol
    1. MickintheHam's Avatar
      MickintheHam -
      Quote Originally Posted by Catfan73 View Post
      That doesn't look too bad. A&M will likely be breaking in a new coach....
      Hope we're not breaking in a new coach, also.
    1. Terry Blue's Avatar
      Terry Blue -
      Doubt that, we,ll pay with anyone
    1. Terry Blue's Avatar
      Terry Blue -
      If he did leave wouldn,t bother me to promote Gran, with Hinshaw taking his spot