2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
0-0, 1st in SEC - East
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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Kentucky's Mark Stoops has heard more than once that the Cats will surely drop off this season after losing so many key players from the 10-win team a year ago, But UK joins Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Texas A&M as the only five SEC schools to finish .500 or better vs. SEC foes each of the last three seasons.

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Kentucky freshman QB Scalzo to have surgery

Kentucky freshman quarterback Nik Scalzo re-injured his knee while trying to plant and cut during Saturday's scrimmage and will have surgery next week.

Kash Daniel poised to lead Kentucky defense (2:29)
Tall task for UK in replacing Snell Jr. (1:41)
Stoops impressed with Wilson's development (1:04)
Wildcats look to prove doubters wrong (1:48)
Can the 'Cats win more than 10 games? (0:59)
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40dBill Connelly

The complete SEC East college football season preview

Can Georgia get past Alabama? Is Florida ready to challenge the Dawgs? And what did South Carolina do to deserve that schedule? We dig into these questions and more in our SEC East team previews.

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Tommy Tomlinson: How Jared Lorenzen inspired so many, including me

Jared Lorenzen died this week. The Kentucky and NFL quarterback wanted to change people with the force of his personality, the way I always hope to change people with my words. I wish my words had been strong enough to make the difference for him.

Jared Lorenzen dies at 38 (3:11)
SVP: Lorenzen left his mark on a lot of folks (2:19)
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119dAdam Rittenberg

Ex-Kentucky QB Hoak transfers to Ohio State

Former Kentucky quarterback Gunnar Hoak, who last week entered the NCAA transfer portal, announced Saturday that he has accepted an offer to join the Buckeyes.

Allen's versatility unrivaled (1:53)
How Allen used a childhood disability to his advantage (0:53)
The art of the 'Snellfie' (0:36)
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Kentucky QB Hoak announces he'll transfer

Kentucky quarterback Gunnar Hoak announced Tuesday that he would transfer. He has two years of eligibility remaining, and as a graduate transfer, he could play immediately.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards161.5117th
Rushing Yards199.438th
Points For26.693rd
Points Against16.38th