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VV  V Sept. 14 BOWLING GREEN Lexington 1:30 EDT Media Information .............................. g
ll. V Scptlzl TULANEV _ Lexington 1:30 EDT Jerry Claibome .................................
  · V Sept. 28 CINCINNATI* Lexington i;3() EDT President Singletary ........,..............,..... 8
  Oct. 5 CLEMSON Lexington 7:30 EDT Cliff Hagan ..................................... 8
l r 1 Oct- I2 MISSISSIPPI ST- Lexington 7=30 EDT UK Information ................................. 9 ·
ii · Gel- 19 LSU Baum Reuge 7*00 CDT Assistant Coaches ............................. 11
‘ I Oct. 26 Georgia Athens 1:30 EDT 1
   VV NOV. 2 EAST TENNV STV Lexington 1:30 EST Support Personnel .......... Z .................. 4
 V  l NOW 9 Vanderbilt Nashville 1:00 CST Athletic Department Information and Staff ...... 15
V  F  Al NOVA 16 Flol-lda Gainesville 1:30 EST Sports information ............................. 18
l. ‘*l Y Nov. 23 TENNESSEE Lexington 1:30 EST Media Outlets .................................. 18
' l  > *Homecoming (A11 times P.M.) Varsity Profiles ................................. 20 `
I V  V Signee Profiles ................................. 38 I
_    i  t V V Opponents Section ............................. 45 I
 I j- Team Headquarters, Local Information .......... 46
 l  ·     Roster, Alphabetical ............................ 52
l—  3 Roster, Numerical .............................. 53
A _ I · 1   Signees.Walk-Ons ............................. 53
A l_ , ' _ 1985 Depth Chart .............................. 54 .
V I A [   1985 Outlook .................................. 55
.    ° ar..____  1984 Final Statistics ........................... 56 ‘
 · ‘_ 1984 Season in Review ......................... 57
. . l . Credits Bowls in Review ................................ 58
Il I Cemblled end edited by Russell Rice- Direeler ef 1984 sllpetiallves .............................. 60
‘    Seeds Iefe¤eeee¤=essleled by Res Jueese sledeee Stoll Field ..................................... ee
il  1 asSl§tam` Commonwealth Stadium ....................... 67 .
 I  J Deeee eee Leyeetey eewefke wlltlaata in tat Pros ............................ 68
 I » Celer Seeereeeee by Cemeeter Celer Gere UK Basketball ...... A ............................ 69
,‘ 1  Celer pages designed by Judy I-eugsleu (Computer V Radio-TV Coverage ............................. 71
 _ l Colon Coaches Through the Years ..................... 72
>   Pbelegreeey by UK Pbete See/ieee leebe Mltebell Records saatlaa. .I .............................. 75
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I  _ _ _ All—Amer1cans .................................. 78 ,
t  — grapher, Dallas, TX; also special contributors Bill _ 79 E
I V Straus and the Cats Pause Award Winners ................................  
  l For advertising information in all UK publications, Wlldcat Gnd Lettcrmen ''''''''`''''''‘''''''''` 85 I
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(   Son of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Claiborne, present): ( C ( E A C I ( `  
(CC Hopkinsville, Ky_ Honors: Coach of Year - Southern Conference . C C (  
ll wifo.-rho formormma Faye Hooks Of!-iopkinsvillc; (1965), District Ill (1966), ACCand Districtlll (1975,  i  
  Man-kcd June 30 1951 ,75, 76), NEIUOYIEI (Sporting News, _].974), C · ` ,·'`    
{il Chnoroa. David 'onoinoor Columbia, MD. Co-Coach—Southeastern Conference(1985), Kodak C    
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·1( Jonathan, lawyer, Baltnmore, MD, Katne, (Mrs. Billy 9 C C _ C C ( C(   C CLC   
El Newell), wnmmgten, Delaware; Eileen, Recreational BOM Gam°S= VH · Llbmy BOW! C1966· (1968; C· C ( i    
ag  Therapist _ Macon GA_ Maryland-Peach Bowl 1975, Liberty Bowl 19-74, (C CC (    gay-
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( Graduated University of Kentucky with "High I CAREER SIDELIGHTS C   Ca:1   _ , °    
lil Distinction" (majors in math and physical _ C _ CC CC C— ·   M   C     ( (   C·  C;   C
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if and Cross, Scabbard and Blade. Wife Faye also Summen 1977;C~Turk€Y#()Gr€€°€C&  C($Vmm€Y~ Q ( ( *   
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(   team; set UKpass interception record (9) thatyear; Cmsadol Vil,oiaia(StatoC€aa(oot Cmsadofuc; mod _(    
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‘  f Jerry Claiborne enters his fourth year as University of 61-39-2 recoijd. with two of his teams participating in bowl ll
4 . Kentucky football coach onawinning note, having earned games and the 1963 team winning the first and only  
 ‘ the 1984 Kodak University Divison 1-A Coach of the Year Southern Conference Championship.VirginiaTech became ,`
* 4 honors for Region 2 afterleading his unrated Wildcats to an an independent in 1964. In 1963 he was selected Southern f4
4 8-3-0 record andavictoryoverWisconsinin the Hall of Fame Conference "Coach of the Year"; in 1966, he was named ¤
. 4 Bowl. ‘ District III "Coach of the Year."  
V ’ The 9-3-0 overall record, best since the 1977 team fin- He spent one year (1971) as an assistant coach at Colo- 4`
Q j  f ished 10-1 . combined with a6-5-1 overall record in 1983 to rado before taking over a Maryland program that had suf- i_
 ‘ give UK its first back-to-back winning seasons since fered seven consecutive losing seasons, including one win-  
` * 1976-77. less season. during that period. ;;
 , In returning to the Hall of Fame Bowl, the 1984 Wildcats ln 10 years at Maryland, he compiled a 77-37-3 record. fl
4 ·  also gave UK its first back-to-back bowl appearances since winning three Atlantic Coast Conference championships ;§
4 the 1949-52 era. and being accorded ACC and District III "Coach of theYear" ;_
4 , After his 1983 team finished 0-10-1, Claiborne engi- honors three times(l973,‘75,`76).lnone stretch,hisMary- ig
. I neered the bi est turnaround of the season and the second land teams won 21 strai ht ACC ames,a conference record. Fa
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. 1977 the 1983 Wildcats became the first UK team since Sporting News in 1974. He coached five first-team wire ser- G
. ' 1976 (Peach Bowl) to partipitate in a post-season classic. vice All-Americans while at Maryland. His 1976 team went  
4 losing 20-16 to West Virginia in the Hall of Fame Bowl. 1 1-0 in regular season before losing to Houston. 30-21, in 4
' For that accomplishment. the Associated Press selected the Cotton Bowl. · {
4’ Claiborne as its 1983 Southeastern Conference Co-Coach of He was president of the American Football Coaches Asso-  
. _ the Year. He enters this season witha 15-18-2 record at UK ciation in 1980. He has served on the coaching staffs of ,
ll · and an overall record of 153-94-7. various all-star games. both at home and abroad. and has Y
   4 A native of Hopkinsville, Claibome retumed to his alma conducted clinics in Germany and England. He is an active Z
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U ‘ and I5/Iatry§3a8n;l6('gz37—3).2;vhere hptrcompiled an overall selrxved az a deacon in the Balpgii Church. { h b ,
A 4 recor o - - uring yearsa ose two universities. mat ematics major at . e was one o t e est stu- I
4{. Claiborne began his coaching career at Augusta Military dents on the football team, accumulating a 2.7 out of a ,
` ' Academy in Virginia as head coach in both football and possible 3.0 grade point average. He wasa member ofOmi-
basketball. During his two seasons there. Augusta teams cron Delta Kappa, leading men`s honoraryon campus:Lamp ‘
. won a state cham ionshi in each sport. and Cross. senior men`s leadership honorary. and Scabbard
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ia He returned to UK as an assistant to Coach Paul `Bear" and Blade. an honorary fraternity for advanced military
· Bryantl 1952-53) and moved with Bryant to TexasA&'-’ M as science students.
defensive coordinator. Two years later he joined the Mis- He was selected the "OutstandingSenior"in theCollege of I
souri coachin staff as defensive coordinator and then Educationand graduated from UKwith "High Distinction." 4
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Q  rejoined Bryant at Alabama the following year as assistant In 1965, he received the University of Kentucky "Achieve-  
4 head coach in charge of defense. In two of the next three ment Award." _  
_ years, Alabama played in the Liberty and Bluebonnet Bowls. Claiborne holds the UK record for pass interceptions in a l
A A As head coach 10 years at Virginia Tech. he compiled a season with nine in 1949. l

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