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Review the entire 2007 Schedule and Results HERE!!!!

Coach Brooks Thanks The Fans for Supporting The Team During the 2007 Season
Highlights of the Great Season

GO CATS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2007 Music City Bowl
Wesley Woodyard's Cat Walk

#16 Wesley Woodyard, LB
When we drove into the stadium, we didn't see any fans
because we were looking at the spot where the Cat Walk was last year.
But, then we turned the corner and we were amazed.
The Cat Walk was 10 times bigger than it was last year.
A lot of people thought our fans and the team wouldn't be excited to be back,
but when we saw that line of fans we knew Big Blue was back.

I can say that the Cat Walk was special to me, because it is my last one.
It was wonderful to be able to walk by and personally thank everybody out there,
by giving high fives and everything.
We finally got a chance to give back to all of those people
that just wanted a good football team.


The New York Times Recognizes The Hard Work Is Paying Off!

Kentucky Gains Confidence and Credentials


Kentucky looks to end 20-game losing streak to Florida


First 2007 BCS Ranking Announced on October 14, 2007
Cats start this process #7 in the hunt for a BCS Bowl Bid
Read about it HERE

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On Saturday, October 13, 2007, Kentucky defeated #1 LSU
at Commonwealth Stadium in 3 OTs.
The win lifted the Kentucky 2007 record to 6-1
Hear Andre Woodson's post game comments here.


No. 17 Kentucky upsets No. 1 LSU in 3OT

Instant Analysis: LSU-Kentucky

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On Thursday, October 4, 2007, Kentucky and South Carolina
Take the Field to gain the early advantage in the SEC East 2007 race to Atlanta.

USA Today Writes About this Match up on Game Day

Upstart Kentucky to test 5-0 mettle
against SEC's best

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Heisman Trophy candidate Andre Woodson has Kentucky off to a surprising 5-0 start, but games against South Carolina, LSU, and Florida will be better indicators of just how good the Wildcats are.


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Kentucky is Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
National Team of the Week

DALLAS (FWAA) -- With their 42-29 win over at Arkansas, the Kentucky Wildcats (4-0) are the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week for games of the weekend of Sept. 22.

For Decades, UK Football Fans have always dreamed and hoped that "Next Year" will be better for the Cats.

This Is Next Year
by Ryan Parker  

In 2006, the Wildcats turned around their season, indeed the program, following an embarrassing defeat to the LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Since that fateful Bayou night, the Cats are 9-1, with their sole loss being to Tennessee, 17-12, to end the 2006 regular season. However, 2006 was the "Next Year" that Ryan Parker sings about and culminated in a bowl victory, 28-20, over Clemson, and a 3-0 start in 2007.

The third win of the 2007 season ended the recent dominance of the Cats by intra-state opponent, Louisville, and maintains the Cats' overall series control over the Cardinals, at 11-9.

On September 15, 2007, the Kentucky Wildcat football team defeated #9 Louisville Cardinal team in a battle for state bragging rights and pride that was decided on a 57 yard Kentucky touchdown pass to secure a 40-34 victory. This was Kentucky's first victory over a team ranked in the top 10 since 1977, and the first such win at Commonwealth Stadium since 1974.

We Love Rich Brooks dot Com
by Ryan Parker

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Highlights of Kentucky's Victory over #9 Louisville

UK 40 UL 34

Karma kisses Woodson, Kentucky in 40-34 stunner
By Pat Forde, ESPN

The Architects of Kentucky Football 2007

Rich Brooks, Head Coach 2003-Present; Andre Woodson, Senior Quarterback

Woodson Earns National, SEC Honors

Quarterback André Woodson has been selected as the College Player of the Week by The Sporting News and the Southeastern Conference Offensive Player of the Week by the league office for his play in Saturday's 40-34 win over Louisville.

Woodson completed 30 of 44 passes for 275 yards and four touchdowns, including the game-winning 57-yard TD to wide receiver Steve Johnson with 28 seconds remaining. In the process, Woodson extended his streak of consecutive passes without interception to 257, breaking the SEC record of 214 consecutive throws without a pick by Georgia's David Greene. [Read More with LINK at Title]

Editor's Note: Andre Woodson is 14 shy of the all time national record for consecutive throws without an interception. On Saturday, September 22, 2007, Woodson will certainly have that many opportunities, and a chance to add his name to a record that may stand for many years.

The Entire Team Contributed
and Celebrated the Victory

With Their Fans

Kentucky Faces Tough Stretch After Big Win
By Steve Megargee, College Football Staff Writer

Woodson Plays Himself
Into Heisman Chase

Johnson's Game Winning Catch


As June 2007 winds down, summer begins, Wildcat fans are focusing on the upcoming football season.  The Cats are coming off a successful 8-5, Music  City Bowl victory, and fans have high expectations for the 2007 season.  Perhaps fan expectations are as high today about football as any time in recent history, and certainly since the days of Tim Couch.

Andre' Woodson Prepares For the Season
After Completing 63% of his passes in 2006
for 3,515 yards and 31 touchdowns. provides a complete analysis of the Cats.  LINK!!!!!

True Blue
by Ryan Parker


What a difference a year makes - Nice Reads

Track the Cats through the 2007 Season here.

Submitted by Richard Cheeks


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