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Old 08-11-2008, 01:28 AM   #1
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AWAKING THE ECHOES OF PAUL "BEAR" BRYANT
KENTUCKY ANNOUNCES A NEW HEAD COACH TO RUN SMASH MOUTH STYLE OF OFFENSE.

From UK's first All-American, Clyde Johnson, to its most recent, Derek Abney; from Professor A.M. Miller to Coach Rich Brooks; from old Stoll Field to Commonwealth Stadium; from the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association to the Southeastern Conference; and with all the ensuing changes, Kentucky football holds a unique and storied tradition that began in 1881.

UK football holds a captivating list of firsts: UK was the first South-eastern Conference team to introduce football, which it did in 1881; UK played in the first and only Great Lakes Bowl in 1947, defeating Villanova, 24-14; Kentucky tackle Bob Gain was awarded the 1950 Outland Trophy, making him the first player from the SEC to claim the honor; the Wildcats' Nat Northington was the first African-American player to sign with a South-eastern Conference institution and the first to play in a league contest - vs. Ole Miss in 1967. And in 1989, UK became the first SEC school to win the coveted College Football Association Academic Achievement Award for highest graduation rate.

In 116 seasons, Kentucky has participated in 1,130 contests and owns 545 wins, 541 losses and 44 ties. The 545 victories rank 43rd among NCAA Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A) programs in most wins. Kentucky football has won one national championship, two Southeastern Conference championships and appeared in 11 bowls.

After the departure of Head Coach Rich Brooks following the 2007 season, Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart decided to usher in a new era of football one which will bring with it a new brand of smash mouth football coupled with a take no prisoner’s mentality. The man which will realize that dream will be newly announced head coach Garrett Mitchell who won a national title during his tenure at the University of Wyoming during the 2008 edition of EA Sports NCAA College Football. Coach Mitchell posted a 70-23 record, won 3 conference titles (2 Big 12, 1 MWC) and went 5-2 in Bowl games while on the high plains of Laramie and brought Wyoming to the forefront of the College Football Universe.

A look back at Coach Mitchell's prior highlights.






“I’m so thankful that Mr. Barnhart chose me to usher in this new era of football that will be played at the University of Kentucky and I can’t wait to get to work,” said Coach Mitchell. “I want to build a program that everybody here at the University of Kentucky can be proud of and a program that will be the bench mark for other top Universities to strive towards. I believe in our athletic department and what we will and can achieve. I don’t have a doubt in my mind that will bring home a BCS National Title trophy while I’m the head coach here in Lexington. It’s not a matter of “if” but a matter of “when” and I’m anxious to get to work and find out that very answer.”

“I will bring in the kids we need to achieve the style of football we want to run here at Kentucky. First and foremost we need to find guys with lots of speed so we can run with the big boys of the SEC, the Florida’s, the Alabama’s, the Tennessee’s of the SEC world. With that being said we “might” and I emphasize “might” go through some growing pains early while our players adapt to this smash mouth style of play but once we take off there will be NO stopping us I can guarantee that. I see only positive things in our future and the first positive is building a team that will beat the tar out of the Tennessee Volunteers each and every time we face them as well as those pesky Cardinals to the Northwest, I promise you before my run of terror is over here we “will” have a winning record against those rival teams. That’s all for now but I ask that everybody makes the trip up to Louisville to help us usher in this new era of Kentucky football on August 31st when we open up the 2008 season against the Louisville Cardinals and let’s see if we can get this team off on the right foot. Thank You."


Commonwealth Stadium, Lexington, KY


: School Breakdown

Team: Kentucky
Prestige::3stars:
Established: 1881
Nickname: Wildcats
Team Colors: Blue & White
Mascot: the Wildcat and Scratch
Stadium: Commonwealth Stadium
Location: Lexington, KY
All-Time Record: 553–546–44 (.503)
Bowl Record: 7-5
Conference: SEC (SEC East)
Conference Championships: 2 [1950 and 1976]
National Championships: 1 [1951]
Rival Schools: Louisville and Tennessee
Team Grades: C+, C+, B-, C (77, 77, 82, 76)
Preseason Rank: #62
Academic Prestige: Very Good
Campus Lifestyle: Great
Coach Experience: Excellent
Coach Prestige: Very Good
Conference Prestige: Elite
Championship Contender: Good
Athletic Facilities: Great
Fan Base: Very Good
Pro Factory: Fair
Program Stability: Good
Program Tradition: Good
Television Exposure: Very Good


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Old 08-11-2008, 01:28 AM   #2
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2008:
Projected Record: 5-7, 2-6 SEC
Projected Conference Finish: 10th
Projected Division Finish: 5th
Grades: C+, C+, B-, C
Preseason Ranking: #62
Actual Record: 5-7, 2-6
Conference Finish: 10th (5th in the SEC East)
Conference Champ: Florida (12-2, 9-0)
Final Ranking: NR
Prestige:
Bowl Game: DNQ


2009:
Projected Record: 6-6, 2-6 SEC
Projected Conference Finish: 10th
Projected Division Finish: 5th
Grades: B-, B-, B, B+
Preseason Ranking: #59
Actual Record: 7-6, 3-5 SEC
Conference Finish: 8th (4th in the SEC East)
Conference Champ: Alabama (9-5, 6-3)
Final Ranking: NR
Prestige:
Bowl Game: defeated Southern Miss 23-21



2010:
Projected Record: 6-6, 2-6 SEC
Projected Conference Finish: 9th
Projected Division Finish: 5th
Grades: C+, C+, B-, C-
Preseason Ranking: #34
Actual Record: 9-4, 4-4 SEC
Conference Finish: 7th (5th in SEC East)
Conference Champ: LSU (12-2, 7-2)
Final Ranking: NR
Prestige:
Bowl Game: defeated #18 Tulsa 28-26


2011:
Projected Record: 4-8, 1-7 SEC
Projected Conference Finish: 8th
Projected Division Finish: 5th
Grades: C+, C+, B-, C-
Preseason Ranking: #32
Actual Record: 11-2, 6-2 SEC
Conference Finish: 3rd (1st in SEC East)
Conference Champ: Ole Miss (13-1, 9-0)
Final Ranking: #12
Prestige:
Bowl Game: defeated #16 Missouri 35-14


2012:
Projected Record: 7-5, 4-4 SEC
Projected Conference Finish: 6th
Projected Division Finish: 3rd
Grades: B-, B-, B, C+
Preseason Ranking: #24
Actual Record: 12-2, 8-1 SEC
Conference Finish: 1st (1st in SEC East)
Conference Champ: Kentucky (12-2, 8-1)
Final Ranking: #10
Prestige:
Bowl Game: lost to #5 Notre Dame 36-34


2013:
Projected Record: 9-3, 5-3 SEC
Projected Conference Finish: 4th
Projected Division Finish: 2nd
Grades: B-, B+, B-, C+
Preseason Ranking: #15
Actual Record: 11-3, 8-1 SEC
Conference Finish: 1st (1st in SEC East)
Conference Champ: Kentucky (11-3, 8-1)
Final Ranking: #12
Prestige:

Bowl Game:
lost to #7 Michigan 28-21


2014:
Projected Record: 9-3, 5-3 SEC
Projected Conference Finish: 4th
Projected Division Finish: 2nd
Grades: B-, B, B-, B-
Preseason Ranking: #17
Actual Record:
Conference Finish:
Conference Champ:
Final Ranking:
Prestige:
Bowl Game:








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Old 08-11-2008, 01:29 AM   #3
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2008:

Class Rank: 31st, 10th in SEC
Total Commitments:
18
: 0
:
2
:
14
:
1
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1
Advanced Recap

2009:
Class Rank: 23rd, 9th In SEC
Total Commitments:
19
:
1
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1
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10
:
4
:
3
Advanced Recap

2010:
Class Rank: 15th, 5th in SEC
Total Commitments:
20
:
1
:
3
: 16
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0
: 0
Advanced Recap


2011:
Class Rank: 23rd, 8th in SEC
Total Commitments:
19
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0
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4
: 13
:
1
: 1
Advanced Recap


2012:
Class Rank: 14th, 5th in SEC
Total Commitments:
22
: 0
: 6
: 14
: 2
: 0
Advanced Recap

2013:
Class Rank: 24th, 7th in SEC
Total Commitments:
23
: 0
: 2
: 18
: 3
: 0
Advanced Recap







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PASSING

TOUCHDOWNS
Game: 7 Tim Couch (1997 & 1998)
Season: 37 Tim Couch (1997)
Career: 78 Jared Lorenzen (2000-2003)

YARDS
Game: 528 Jared Lorenzen (2000)
Season: 4,275 Tim Couch (1998)
Career: 10,354 Jared Lorenzen (2000-2003)

RUSHING

TOUCHDOWNS
Game: 6 Brandon Powell (2013)
Season: 34 Brandon Powell (2013)
Career: 73 Brandon Powell (2013)

YARDS
Game: 347 Brandon Powell (2013)
Season: 2,901 Brandon Powell (2013)
Career: 6,559 Brandon Powell (2013)

RECEIVING

TOUCHDOWNS
Game: 4 - Three tied with 4, most recent James Whalen (1999)
Season: 20 Chris Johnson (2013)
Career: 28 Craig Yeast (1995-1998)

YARDS
Game: 269 Craig Yeast (1998)
Season: 1,554 Chris Johnson (2013)
Career: 2,899 Craig Yeast (1995-1998)

RECEPTIONS
Game: 16 Craig Yeast (1998)
Season: 90 James Whalen (1999)
Career: 208 Craig Yeast (1995-1998)

DEFENSE

INTERCEPTIONS
Game: 3 - Five tied with 3, most recent Marcus Jenkins (1993)
Season: 9 Jerry Claiborne (1949)
Career: 14 Darryl Bishop (1971-1973)

SACKS

Game: 5 Dean Wells (1992)
Season: 12 Dennis Johnson (2001)
Career: 26 Oliver Barnett (1986-1989)



1. BRANDON POWELL
POSITION: Running Back
OVR DEVELOPMENT: 84 (2011) to 95 (2013)
AWARDS: 1st Team All-American (3), Freshman All-American, 1st Team All-SEC (3), Maxwell (3), Doak Walker (3), and Heisman award winner.
CAREER STATS: 976 att, 7,035 yds, 7.2 avg., 79 rush td, 130 rec, 1,742 yds, 15 rec td

2. WINSTON GUY
POSITION: Free Safety
OVR DEVELOPMENT: 83 (2009) to 91 (2012)
AWARDS: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC
CAREER STATS: 226 tkl, 12 tfl, 6 int, 13 defl, 2 deftd

3. BO HORNE
POSITION: Middle Linebacker
OVR DEVELOPMENT: 78 (2009) to 93 (2012)
AWARDS: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC
CAREER STATS: 218 tkl, 27 tfl, 2 sck, 6 int, 21 defl

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2008: Louisville 38, Kentucky 21
2009: Kentucky 34, Louisville 14
2010: Kentucky 34, Louisville 23
2011: Kentucky 52, Louisville 14
2012: Kentucky 31, Louisville 28
2013: Kentucky 70, Louisville 28

Series Record:
Kentucky leads 16-10 (2013)
Trophy: The Governor's Cup


vs.

2008: Tennessee 41, Kentucky 26
2009: Tennessee 48, Kentucky 45 4OT
2010: Tennessee 42, Kentucky 25
2011: Kentucky 38, Tennessee 35
2012: Kentucky 15, Tennessee 14
2013: Kentucky 47, Tennessee 43

Series Record: Tennessee leads 74-26-9 (2013)
Notes: The two teams used to play for the "Beer Barrel". Due to the unfortunate alcohol-related accident that resulted in the death of a Kentucky player in 1998, the two teams stopped playing for this trophy.


vs.

2008: South Carolina 56, Kentucky 20
2009: South Carolina 31, Kentucky 3
2010: South Carolina 35, Kentucky 21
2011: Kentucky 24, South Carolina 13
2012: South Carolina 52, Kentucky 38

2013: Kentucky 51, South Carolina 49

*Series Record: South Carolina leads 4-2-0 (2013)

*Since 2008


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#1 MISSOURI 14-0
2008: defeated #2 Clemson 49-30

#1 OHIO STATE 13-0
2009: defeated #2 BYU 31-21

#1 SOUTHERN CAL 13-0
2010: defeated #2 WEST VIRGINIA 44-17

#2 TEXAS 13-1
2011: defeated #1 OHIO STATE 31-17

#2 CALIFORNIA 12-1
2012: defeated #1 SOUTHERN CAL 38-37




FS MARCUS MCCLINTON
2008: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (FS)
75 TKL, 4 TFL, 3 INT, 4 DEFL, 1 FF

CB PAUL WARFORD
2009: 2nd Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (CB)
56 TKL, 3 TFL, 1 SACK, 6 INT, 5 DEFL

HB RAY MUELLER
2009: Freshman All-American (RETURNER)
28 KR, 732 YDS, 26.1 AVG, LONG OF 35 YDS

CB TREVARD LINDLEY
2009: 1st Team All-SEC (CB)
57 TKL, 5 TFL, 1 SACK, 6 INT, 5 DEFL

FS CALVIN HARRISON
2009: 1st Team All-SEC (FS)
67 TKL, 2 TFL, 1 INT, 1 DEFENSIVE TD, 4 DEFL, 1 FF

K LONES SEIBER
2009: 1st Team All-SEC (K)
26-28 FGM, 90% FG%, LONG OF 54, 100% ON EXTRA POINTS, 2 TOUCHBACKS

WR DEMOREO FORD
2009: 1st Team All-SEC (RETURNER)
51 TOTAL RET, 1,101 TOTAL YDS, 2 TD, LONG OF 100 YDS

SS E.J. FIELDS
2010: 1st Team All-American, 1st Team All-SEC (SS)
AWARD: Jim Thorpe
99 TKL, 2 TFL, 3 INT, 1 DEFTD, 5 DEFL, 1 FF

WR CHRIS JOHNSON
2010: Freshman All-American (Returner)
22 RET, 868 YDS, 39.5 AVG, 2 TD, 97 LNG

CB RANDALL COBB
2010: 1st Team All-SEC (CB)
28 TKL, 4 TFL, 1 SACK, 5 INT, 3 DEFTD, 3 DEFL

HB DERRICK LOCKE
2010: 2nd Team All-SEC (Returner)
55 TOTAL RET, 1,135 YDS, 1 TD, 92 LNG

HB BRANDON POWELL
2011: 1st Team All-American, Freshman All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (HB)
AWARD(S): Maxwell and Doak Walker
279 ATT, 1,984 YDS, 7.1 AVG, 22 TD

SS RONALD BROWN
2011: 1st Team All-American, Freshman All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (SS)
79 TKL, 4 TFL, 3 INT, 7 DEFL

HB KEVIN ROYAL
2011: 1st Team All-American, and 1st Team All-SEC (RETURNER)
AWARD: Returner of the Year
57 TOTAL RET, 1,435 YDS, 7 TD, 97 LNG

FS WINSTON GUY
2011: 1st Team All-SEC (FS)
84 TKL, 5 TFL, 1 INT, 1 DEFTD, 9 DEFL

P/K COREY CHURCH
2011: 1st Team All-SEC (P)
25 PUNTS, 935 NET YDS, 37.4 NET AVG, 10 INSIDE 20 YD LINE

HB BRANDON POWELL
2012: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (HB)
AWARD(S): Heisman, Maxwell, Doak Walker
290 CAR, 2,019 YDS, 7.0 AVG, 22 TD

LE TRISTIAN JOHNSON
2012: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (LE)
34 TKL, 19 TFL, 10 SACKS, 3 FF

CB CARTIER RICE
2012: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (CB)
54 TKL, 5 TFL, 1 SCK, 3 INT, 1 DEFTD, 11 DEFL

CB SAM MCCALEB
2012: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (CB)
44 TKL, 3 TFL, 1 SCK, 3 INT, 3 DEFTD, 10 DEFL

FS WINSTON GUY
2012: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (FS)
71 TKL, 4 TFL, 2 INT, 4 DEFL, 1 FMBREC

SS RONALD BROWN
2012: 1st Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (SS)
AWARD: Jim Thorpe
75 TKL, 6 TFL, 5 INT, 2 DEFTD, 8 DEFL

WR DOMINIQUE HENRY
2012: 1st Team All-American, Freshman All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (RET)
AWARD: Returner of the Year
60 TOT. RET, 1,702 TOT. YDS, 6 COMBINED TD

ROLB WILLIAM JOHNSON
2012: 2nd Team All-American and 1st Team All-SEC (OLB)
AWARD(S): Chuck Bednarik, Best Linebacker
65 TKL, 16 TFL, 3 SCK, 6 INT, 5 DEFL, 1 FFMB

CB MICHAEL COLEMAN
2012: 2nd Team All-American, Freshman All-American and 2nd Team All-SEC (CB)
41 TKL, 4 TFL, 1 SCK, 2 INT, 2 DEFL, 1 FMBREC

DT JOSH BUCKLEY
2012: 1st Team All-SEC (DT)
41 TKL, 16 TFL, 6 SCK

RG TOBY WILLIAMS
2012: 2nd Team All-SEC (RG)
8 PANCAKE BLOCKS, 2 SACKS GIVEN UP

DT STEVE FENNER
2012: 2nd Team All-SEC (DT)
26 TKL, 7 TFL, 6 SCK, 3 DEFL, 2 FFMB

K/P COREY CHURCH
2012: 2nd Team All-SEC (P)
26 PUNTS, 800 NET YDS, 34.8 NET AVG, 10-IN INSIDE 20 YD LINE

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Old 08-11-2008, 02:10 AM   #7
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Your pics are nice if I ever was going to do a chise on OperationSports it have crappy real game pictuures. Overall i give a 4/5 for presentation.
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Awesome. I'm following! I love your dynasties.
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