Topic: Lexington KY
Clarksville, TN – Wyatt Johnson Automotive Group is announcing the retirement of their General Manager and COO, Mike Polston, after 34 years of service with the company.
And what a career it has been!
Clarksville City Council is asked to confirm promotion of Interim Director
Fox has worked in the City’s Department of Internal Audit for five years and has been Interim Director of the department since February, after former Director of Internal Audit Rod Wright resigned to take a new position in the financial services industry.
Lexington, KY – A career-high 27 points from junior John Fulkerson, a massive 29-9 second-half run and a dominant defensive effort in the final 20 minutes propelled Tennessee to an 81-73 comeback victory over sixth-ranked Kentucky on Tuesday at Rupp Arena.
The win was Tennessee’s second in its last three trips to Lexington and made Rick Barnes the first Tennessee coach ever to win multiple games at Rupp Arena.
“Our guys were confident,” Barnes said. “Even when we were down, and I would walk into the timeout, they were talking to each other about ‘Hey we just can’t keep making those turnovers and mistakes that we’re making.'”
Tennessee (16-13 | 8-8 SEC) at Kentucky (24-5 | 14-2 SEC)
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 | 8:05pm CT
Lexington, KY – The Tennessee Vols basketball team hits the road for a Tuesday night contest against sixth-ranked Kentucky inside Rupp Arena. Tipoff between the Vols and the Wildcats is set for 8:00pm CT on ESPN.
Tuesday’s game can be seen on ESPN, online through WatchESPN, which can be accessed at espn.com/watch and on any mobile device through the ESPN App. Karl Ravech and Jimmy Dykes will have the call.
Fans can also listen in on their local Vol Network affiliate to hear Bob Kesling and Bert Bertlekamp describing the action.
Knoxville, TN – A game-high 22 points on 10-of-15 shooting from John Fulkerson led the way as Tennessee defeated Florida for the fourth consecutive time. The win also marks the Vols’ 50th regular-season SEC victory under fifth-year head coach Rick Barnes.
Vols freshman Josiah-Jordan James stuffed the stat sheet, recording 12 points, eight rebounds and six assists in 40 minutes.
The Vols began the contest red hot from the floor, connecting on eight of 14 field goals and forcing the Gators into six turnovers by the 8:00 media timeout.
#23/24 Tennessee (11-3 | 1-1 SEC) at Ole Miss (7-8 | 0-2 SEC)
Thursday, January 9th, 2020 | 7:00pm CT (8:00pm ET)
Knoxville, TN – No. 23/24 Tennessee Lady Vols basketball (11-3, 1-1 SEC) plays its second straight game on the road, as it travels to Oxford, Mississippi, to face the Rebels (7-8, 0-2 SEC) in a 7:00pm CT (8:00pm ET) contest on Thursday at The Pavilion at Ole Miss.
This will mark the 55th meeting between these programs, with the Lady Vols leading the all-time series by a 46-8 advantage. The game is being billed as a “Red Out,” and the home team will join the spirit and wear red uniforms. The Lady Vols will wear their home whites.
Lexington, KY – No. 22/23 Tennessee Women’s basketball’s Rennia Davis turned in a 27-point performance, but it wasn’t enough to pull off the upset bid over No. 13/13 Kentucky as the Lady Vols fell in Memorial Gymnasium on Sunday, 80-76.
#22/23 Tennessee (11-2 | 1-0 SEC) at #13/13 Kentucky (11-2 | 0-1 SEC)
Sunday, January 5th, 2020 | 3:02pm CT
Knoxville, TN – No. 22/23 Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team (11-2, 1-0 SEC) makes the trip up I-75 for its first SEC road contest of the season, a Sunday matinee in Lexington at Memorial Coliseum vs. No. 13/13 Kentucky (11-2, 0-1 SEC). Tip-off is slated for 3:02pm CT.
This will mark the 68th meeting between these programs, with the Lady Vols leading the series, 55-12.
Tennessee popped the top on the SEC portion of its schedule on Thursday night, overcoming a five-point, first-quarter deficit to topple Missouri, 77-66, at Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville.
UT led by as many as 18 points in the contest. The win provided first-year Lady Vol head coach Kellie Harper a victory in her SEC debut.
Lexington, KY – On the road against the No. 14 team in the country, Austin Peay State University (APSU) women’s basketball struggled to find its rhythm on offense end and after falling behind early, were unable to close the gap and fell, 81-52, to Kentucky in Memorial Coliseum.
Austin Peay (5-1) at Kentucky (6-0)
Sunday, December 1st, 2019 | 3:00pm CT
Clarksville, TN – For the first time this season Austin Peay State University (APSU) women’s basketball will play a nationally televised game on the SEC Network when they take on the Kentucky Wildcats at 3:00pm, Sunday, in Memorial Coliseum.
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