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2014 Kentucky Wildcats Football Schedule

The Kentucky Wildcats are ready to hit the field to do battle with some of the best teams in college football, and you can be there in the stands to cheer them on. This team has a roster brimming with talent, and the Wildcats are hopeful that they will see a major improvement as they take aim at the top of the standings. In the SEC, the challenges come early and often during the season thanks to some of the most celebrated programs in the nation, giving the Wildcats all kinds of chances to put together some prominent wins that will energize the fan base in a very big way. The Wildcats are known for having one of the most passionate fan bases in the country, giving you plenty of reasons to head out and make sure that you see all of the most crucial snaps of the season.

One of the big games coming to Commonwealth Stadium will be on October 4th, when the South Carolina Gamecocks visit to continue a rivalry that has been brewing for a very long time. Other big games include Mississippi State and Georgia, which will both have more than enough fanfare to go around as the Wildcats look to put up a good showing in some of their biggest home matchups of the season. It's not exactly going to be easy considering the level of competition, but part of the fun of playing in an elite conference is all of the tough matchups that go down on a regular basis, making it always a good idea to head out to get right into the heart of the action.

But it's also not only just about the home games, as you'll see plenty of Wildcats fans in the stands wherever else the Wildcats show up at this season. On the road against LSU, Missouri, Tennessee and Louisville, the Wildcats will be looking to make a major statement as they solidify their status as major components of the elite SEC. Whatever your pleasure, home or away, the Wildcats have some great matchups that will have fans talking all over campus in Lexington, making game day as special as ever for this renowned football program.


Kentucky Wildcats Football Team Info

The SEC is one of the toughest and most feared conferences in the country, and every team's schedule is marked with Top 25 competition. The Kentucky Wildcats are often known for their men's basketball program, but the school's football program also enjoys an illustrious football tradition. As a member of the SEC, the Wildcats play in the conference often referred to as the toughest in the sport, with the Alabama Crimson Tide, Tennessee Volunteers, LSU Tigers, Florida Gators and Auburn Tigers frequently popping up on the schedule. The beauty of this conference is that it ensures that the Wildcats have to be on their A-game and continue to bring in new talent to be competitive, helping to make this as good as it gets if you're looking for college football played at the highest possible level.


College Football Experience

There is no atmosphere quite like an SEC stadium on game day. Tens of thousands of students, alumni and members of the community come out to support their team, decked out in school colors. Game day really starts early in the morning with face paint, signs and, of course, tailgating. When the Kentucky Wildcats hit the field at home the fans in the stands are going absolutely crazy with the hope of cheering on the team to victory. Any sports fan would love to experience this special atmosphere, so get tickets to see the Kentucky Wildcats match up against their fierce SEC rivals at Commonwealth Stadium before the season ends and you'll end up with an experience you won't soon forget. No matter how many different ways there are to follow the Wildcats these days, the stadium experience is one that will never be duplicated.


Kentucky Wildcats Football History

With a long standing football tradition dating back to 1892, Kentucky Wildcats football has been ingrained into the public consciousness of the people in and around Lexington for well over a century. The Kentucky Wildcats have one National Championship in the program's history, won in 1950 under famed college coach Paul "Bear" Bryant. Bryant went on to win seven national championships in his career as a head coach, including six with the Alabama Crimson tide in Tuscaloosa. Many decorated NFL players got their start in Lexington including quarterback Tim Couch, quarterback George Blanda, wide receiver Randall Cobb and center Dermontti Dawson, as well as plenty of others.


Kentucky Wildcats Football Trivia

NFL wide receiver Randall Cobb once changed his number for a game in the middle of the 2008 football season. Why did he change his number?

His teammate Dicky Lyons tore two ligaments in a loss to South Carolina, ending his college football career. To honor Lyons, Randall Cobb changed his jersey to wear Lyons' #12 jersey the following week in a game against Arkansas. From there, Randall Cobb would go on to get drafted in the second round of the 2011 draft by the Green Bay Packers, where he would take his game to the next level in spectacular fashion.


Kentucky Wildcats Football Fans

With capacity at 70,000 fans, Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Kentucky, hosts one of the best game day atmosphere in the country. With fireworks shot into the sky after every touchdown, and the stadium filled with Wildcat blue and white, fans see some of the best college football players in the country play every home matchup. SEC football is, simply put, as good as college football gets, as the camaraderie you'll get in the stands is as strong as any other spectator sporting experience that you're going to find. When two talented SEC teams are battling it out down below, this is a sport that springs to a different level, particularly when you're watching a team like the Wildcats and there are tens of thousands of passionate fans glued to the edges of their seats for all the crucial moments of the big game.

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