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Kentucky football adds Georgia linebacker to 2021 recruiting class

Kentucky football celebrated Independence Day with a commitment from three-star Georgia prep linebacker Martez Thrower.
       

‘It has paid off’: Jockey Miguel Mena gets 2,000th career win at Ellis Park

Jockey Miguel Mena won his 2,000th career victory in Friday’s fifth race on the second day of the RUNHAPPY Summer Meet at Ellis Park.

       

Makur Maker picks Howard over Kentucky, paving path for top prospects to HBCUs

Makur Maker became the first five-star prospect to commit to an HBCU when he committed to Howard over Kentucky, UCLA and Memphis.

       

Keeneland a family business for Lexington racetrack’s first female president

Shannon Bishop Arvin is the granddaughter of Keeneland’s first general manager and will be the Lexington track’s first female president.

       

Louisville City FC releases its revised regular-season schedule

Louisville City FC takes the field July 12 at home in Lynn Family Stadium against Pittsburg Riverhounds SC.

       

Louisville football adds wide receiver Ahmari Huggins-Bruce as 19th 2021 commitment

Louisville football recruiting got another boost Thursday, adding to its 2021 class with a three-star playmaking wide receiver in Ahmari Huggins-Bruce

       

College football should consider punting its season until the spring

With a large number of at-risk players and no coronavirus vaccine in sight, college football should consider postponing its season.

       

With their first game locked in, Louisville City FC trains for season restart

Louisville City FC coach John Hackworth talks about the short preparation heading into the season restart that begins in less than two weeks.

       

Knights’ day: Wednesday marks Bellarmine athletics’ first step as a Division I program

Wednesday was the first day Bellarmine University’s athletics programs are eligible to compete in Division I in the ASUN Conference.

       

Rick Pitino calls for college basketball season to be pushed back to January

Hall of Fame coach Rick Pitino thinks the college basketball season should be pushed back to January due to the coronavirus pandemic.

       

Boys, beware! Bob Baffert’s filly with ‘insane’ ability a Kentucky Derby possibility

Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert lost his two most promising Kentucky Derby prospects to injuries, but his barn also includes a record-setting filly.

       

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