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Kentucky Wildcats Football Road Games

Kentucky Wildcats Football Road Game tickets

2014 Kentucky Wildcats Football Road Schedule

The Wildcats are coming off a tough 2013 campaign, but they've also regrouped with some exciting new additions to the roster and will be looking to make a major move up the conference standings. The SEC is no joke as arguably the toughest conference in all of college football, but the Wildcats have a program that definitely isn't going to go quietly, giving fans plenty of reasons to head out and see what all of the buzz is about as the Wildcats look to make it happen this season. With some of the top competition in all of college football calling this conference home, the Wildcats never have an easy schedule, making for a steady string of amazing matchups as the Wildcats look to make their move.

Though home games at Commonwealth Stadium are all the rage when the Wildcats are in town, when they're on the road they also play in front of a great fan base that comes out to show their support. Against teams like Florida, LSU, Missouri, Tennessee and Georgia, the Wildcats have an amazing road schedule this season absolutely filled to the brim with electrifying games loaded with pro-level talent. Put it all together and the Wildcats have a team that you need to keep your eye on this season as they look to rebound from a down spell and get right back into the thick of things in the SEC.


Kentucky Wildcats Football Team Info

College sports are taken seriously at the University of Kentucky, and that includes the Kentucky Wildcats football program. The program at the University of Kentucky stretches back more than a century, and in that time, the Kentucky Wildcats have made appearances at many top bowl games, like the Music City Bowl, Liberty Bowl, Peach Bowl and more. Kentucky is part of the East Division of the SEC, meaning the Wildcats matchup with some of the very best teams in the nation on a regular basis. You never know what can happen when a team like the Wildcats hit the gridiron, as they always have some big-time talent on both sides of the ball and will be looking to make their mark on the SEC all season long.


NCAA Football Experience

Imagine that the Wildcats are digging in against a top-tier SEC opponent late in the fourth quarter, and the buzz of the crowd continues to rise. Sure, you could be watching from home, but there is simply no substitution for being there for all of the bench-gripping moments as the Wildcats look to make it happen this season. On the road, there is nothing quite like seeing your favorite team silence the home crowd with a remarkable play that is sure to be headed straight for the highlight reels, and seeing a Wildcats road win might just end up one of those experiences you never forget.


Kentucky Wildcats Football History

The Kentucky Wildcats football team holds the distinction of being the firstSECteam to begin a football program. The Kentucky Wildcats first fielded a team in 1881, giving them a long and storied history of great football and many great moments for their passionate fans. Though the Wildcats are also known for their superior basketball program, the Wildcats know how to compete on the gridiron as well, and many of their best players go on to play in the NFL. Guys like Steve Johnson, Randall Cobb, Jacob Tamme and Winston Guy are just a few of the Wildcats who have gone on to have an impact in the NFL in recent seasons, and you never know when you're going to see the next superstar take his game to the next level.


Kentucky Wildcats Football Trivia

Did you know that Steve Johnson is one of just four players to rack up 1,000 yards in a season for the Wildcats?

In 2007, Johnson stepped up his game by pulling down 61 catches for 1,052, also snagging 13 touchdowns to rank number two all-time in the program's history for a single season.


Kentucky Wildcats Football Fans

At the University of Kentucky, the place where football really comes together is Commonwealth Stadium, a place that can bring together as many as 67,000 fans for the biggest games of the season. It may be the home of the Kentucky Wildcats football team, but Commonwealth Stadium isn't the only place the Kentucky Wildcats play throughout the year. The Kentucky Wildcats also take to the road to travel to other top stadiums to play a whole slew of prominent programs each and every season, and this year is no exception as they hit the road looking to make some serious waves in the SEC. Every fan needs to see a road game featuring their favorite team sooner or later, and this is a great season to get out and watch the Wildcats do their thing as they look to take a step forward with their renowned program.

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