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Kentucky’s Florida Bowl Bid Torpedoed by SEC
 This past Sunday, College Football’s Bowl bids were
announced on ESPN. After more than 4.5 hours, we finally
were able to see where Kentucky would end up. Probably the
Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. Apparently ESPN could not
make the announcement during their Annual Sunday Bowl
Show because they did not have confirmation for several team’
s bids. UK Athletics & KSR Radio along with several other
sports networks were speculating that Kentucky was going to
the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. to meet Indiana. Wrong,
wrong & wrong again!
    Kentucky has a record of 7-5 and so does Tennessee. The
Vols coaching staff and AD Phillip Fulmer apparently weren’t
satisfied with their bid, that they were going to play Louisville in
Nashville, Tenn. in The Music City Bowl. So, they complained
to the SEC and stating that since they had beaten the Cats,
they should have preferential treatment and  they wanted to
go to Florida and play in the Gator Bowl.
    Mayhem must have ensued, and the Wildcats were sent to
Charlotte, North Carolina to play Virginia Tech (8-4) in The
Belk Bowl. Like Rodney Dangerfield said, “I never get no
respect.” Well fans, the rest is history, so be sure to take your
winter coats, scarves, hats & gloves to the game because it
might be cold this time of year…. And by the way, Virginia
Tech thinks that playing Kentucky is very demeaning for such
a storied program as they have….. Go Cats, Stick it to those
sissy Hokies, they need a dose of good ole country boy
football. This will be the 20th meeting between the two
programs; Kentucky leads the all-time series, 11–6–2 ……..
Go CATS

Next-Up:     Kentucky vs Virginia Tech (BELK Bowl)
Game time:  12:00 pm (Noon) - December 31, 2019 - Bank of
America Stadium - Charlotte, North Carolina. ESPN-TV






         

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