The approval of a new state sales tax means an increase in cost of UK athletics events.
by: Gentry Estes, Louisville Courier Journal — Cincinnati Enquirer 29 Jun
The cost of tickets for University of Louisville and University of Kentucky sporting events is increasing.
by: Larry Vaught — Vaught's Views 29 Jun
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Beginning July 1, 2018, the Kentucky Department of Revenue will levy a 6-percent sales tax on the sales of admissions to events hosted by most non-profit organizations. This legislation will affect the sale of tickets to UK Athletics...
by: Joe Mussatto — SEC Country 29 Jun
I'll never forget the places this job took me, and the stories that came out of them. Here are a few of my favorites.
by: Maggie Davis — Kentucky Sports Radio 29 Jun
The one and only Big Mick is a meaty masterpiece in its own right. Composed of two quarter-pound patties* of never-fresh, frozen, mostly beef raised close to the processing plant. Only McDowell's has the frosted beef and processed cheese to give you a...
by: John Clay — Lexington Herald Leader: Sidelines with John Clay 28 Jun
Mississippi State athletic director John Cohen hired ex-Indiana coach Chris Lemonis as MSU's new baseball coach. When Cohen was head coach at Kentucky, he was impressed with job Lemonis did as an assistant at Louisville.
by: Larry Vaught — Vaught's Views 28 Jun
By LARRY VAUGHT During his time at Kentucky, quarterback Tim Couch got to play with a lot of terrific teammates, one reason he’s quick to note that he was the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft in 1999. But you might be a bit surprised at who Couch says not...
by: Jack Pilgrim — Kentucky Sports Radio 28 Jun
Kentucky Deputy Athletic Director DeWayne Peevy has been named Adidas' 2018 NEXT UP honoree. The award is given to an up-and-coming name in the world of college sports, whose selflessness and dedication to forward progress stands out among his peers. "I..
by: N/A — KySportsStyle 27 Jun
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by: John Clay — Lexington Herald Leader: Sidelines with John Clay 27 Jun
Former Kentucky football star Randall Cobb is recovering from a mysterious ankle injury this off-season. That's not the only question about the veteran Green Bay Packers wide receiver heading into the 2018 NFL season.
by: TJ Walker — Kentucky Sports Radio 27 Jun
You day couldn't be any worse than when an Arizona took to the mound with a nasty surprise