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Oct 7 AUBURN L 12»24 55,688 `.     "  I
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M· · - -Sr r   Coaches Records .................................... 152   ‘ _· r _
I rS'BSliilii'il .... if ......................................... 88 ¤·< rer—¤r—rer ······---·-·-·»·-········-·-·-·-·-·-· I53   ABOUT TIIE °°"EI* a
Georgia 87 A|l—Time Series Results .................... 154-155   on the front, Kentucky begins a new
I Tennessee ................................................. 90 Errlifiats rlfuermen ‘'‘'‘'''''''`'`'`''''''`'` :58 I6O g · Ibrates its 100th season of intercolle-
’90 Series Results ................................. 91 -92 ' Img GSU IS ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘ 61 `I 64   . » giate football. ·
Future Schedules ...................................... 92   .
THE UNIVERSITY 1 _On the back, seniors Randy Holleran
I . . . 1 (40), joel Mazzella (63), and Chris
      UTIIVETSIIY PIIOTII€ .............................       Tolbert   hope to make their ana;
Charles wornrngton ................................ 168 r yea,. amemurabte one- Argthreehavc
’89 Statistics ......................................... 94-97 C·lVl· Newton -······-·-·-·········-·-.-·-····-···-·-·-- I 69 Q beennamed to several preseason All-
I ’89 Honors ________________________________________________ 98 UKAA Administrative Staff ...................... 170 r Southeastern Conference teams.
Indiana ..................................................... 99 Wildcats I·|ead Coaches .......................... 171 (C°V°*' PI*°*°$ PY David C°YI¤)-
North Carolina ...,.................................... 100 UKAA Support Staff ................................ 172 r r
Alabama ................................................. 101 I · `
I I Auburn ................................................... 102 rriis is UK FOOTBALL T I I °°gcI:r';I§’5fg°N
Rutgers .................................................... 103 Nutter Center Profile ........................ 174-175 ‘ V _
Lsu ......................................................... 104 cms ............................................... 176-177 » gisxrs-i -·---·-· Fr¤*;¤3i;¤Fr·¤r·S:¤¢¤ mus
l Georgia ................................................... 105 Commonwealth Stadium ................. 178-1 79 wéév A€,'g_   rgorziz Camp:
Cincinnati ............................................... 1 06 Strength Program .................................... 1 80 Thurs., Aug. 9 .......... UK t*oothaII_Media Qay
Vanderbilt ............................................... 107 Health & Equipment ............................... 181 r ;;'Z'Q':;-§I: ::::%;;
I Florida .................................................... 1 08 Lexington ......................,......................... 182 » 1-nur Aug 14 _________ ____F;,.$t Day in Hm pads
Tennessee ............................................... 109 Kentucky Map .....,.................................. 183 Wed., Aug- 22 ···----·----·-·-·-· First Day igf Qiass
When was Last Time ............................... 110 Lexington Hotel Directory ...................... 184 S°I‘fS°I'I‘I ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘ I"UK V°‘c°"I"°IM'°I"g°"
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GENERAL INFORMATION F Q 0 T B A L L I N l 9 O
Location: Lexington, Ky.
Founded: 1865  
Enrollment; 23,000 The 1990 edition of Kentucky Football is a source of information for the media covering
President: Charles Wethington (acting) the Wildcats this fall. Additional information is available upon request, including press releases,
All]- Dir¤¤t<>r=  _N€Wl°" photographs, film clips and slides. Contact the UK Sports Information Office at (606) 257-3838 for
;j)j1·;ljye§¤P;=V·rg·¤·¤ Atwood additional needs. Please take a moment to review pages two and three of this publication to help answer I
ce. Southeastern . . . . . .
Nlclmame: Wlldcals any questions regarding media services and policies.
Colors: Blue & White
Stadium: Commonwealth
€¤r>¤¤i¤v= 571*00 _ GAME SERVICES
llilggfgggghegshlzurry PRESS BQX lines is by combination photo pass and an armhand.
. (Georgia Tech, 1965) The Commonwealth Sledlum press hex ls for Photographers must present their own credential at
UK Record; 0.0-0 (1st year) working media only. lt is located on the west side the Medla W'll Call table at Cars 7 l0 Obram an
Career-:57-53-4 (10 years) (Alumni Drive) of the stadium between the upper armb—°md·
Office Ph.: (606) 257-3611 and lower decks. Entrance to Commonwealth Sta-
Assistant Coaches: . ` I dium by the media should be made at Gate 7 (media MED|A W|LL CALL
Tommy Bowden, Daryl Dwkéy, Bill gate). Two elevators serve the press box and are press Ol photo eledehtlels whleh have not been
Glas"' lol"` Gul" Walter l`°“llS’ located losr lpsrde Gere 7· peep seer op press row is mailed can be obtained at the Media Will Call table
I Tommy Lllllbauglp Larry New' luck eompped Wrrh er power outlet and has eeeess ro e located at Gate 7 on the west side (Alumni Drive) of
""°a‘*°S» "'°" s"“*" .   mth Th€br;h¤t9 05;; yyjhsh ·ill¤¤¤t€d Commonwealth Stadium. Moorowru cou will oooo I
_ S w ress x, rs a si e via e press - ·
Egg fl’€*;;j(§Q§5_0 ‘ b¤>h$'sVat¤rShR¤l¤ will be twdlsd bv l<>€v HOM/ard) Am- olil.i;,Ciir;;l);Rlllili,;;i;l lisrliobtlrihsiololriillirrilllrriolllolr
20¤ft;11d¤¤':t¤i¤¤c tant Sports information Director. Ohrlee Strom l SU ls eeeh m d· ll l lh
Lerrermen Lost: 24 Requests for press credentials — season or single · g-Y - eggs -€ la Ou E Wl
10 elf, 13 def,l S ee V _ _ _ _ deadline restrictions to order their personal phone
I ' P game T Should be submlrred 'rl Wrrrrog pl! sporrs lines. Members ofthe media can order phone lines
_ editors or sports directors of accredited media out- bl, Celllllg lohh Fuller Of the UK Phone Services _
l990_S€l‘lEDUl-E _ _ · lets on company letterhead. Requests for season l6O6) 257;;;-27 _ at least One week rim le the I
$0Pl- I central M·¢I~¤g¤¤ · l passes should be submitted by Aug. 18. Requests for ame p
SEPL 8 at lS“t8°'s ~ single games should arrive at the UK Sports Informa- g r
Sepr· 15 l“d'““a _ tion Office one week in advance.
Sept' 22 at North Farolrrra The University of Kentucky follows the guidelines MEDIA PARKING
  lg ;:l;leS;l;;S.(l_lC) V set forth by the NCAA and the Southeastern Confer- Media parking at Comonwealth Stadium is avail-
Od: 20 at Leu r ence in governing the issuance credentials, able on a limited basis. Requests for parking should
Od. 27 Georgia Season credentials will only be granted to daily be made when submitting press and/or photo cre-
. Nm/~ 10 Vanderbilt newspapersandtelevision/radiostationswhich cover d€¤UHlS· `rl1€ médiéi parking 8F€3 is located in the I
NOV. 17 Florida _ UK F()()tb,3ll on 3 regular bagig, - weekly prggg {On- Blue l.OI just l)€l’1lr‘lC,l the W6-BSI side (Alumni Drive) of
Nm/_ 24 at Tennessee — _ ferences and all home games Otherwise, rglgvigigry Commonwealth Stadium. The Blue Lot is accessible
radio stations and weekly newspapers will be granted Via Alumni Drive. please use Tates Creek or Nicho-
1989 RESULTS i I . credentials on-a sing|e—game, space-available basis. lasville Roads to gain access to Alumni Drive. I
_ (Won 6, Lost Sl . H All cgeiential regquestslshould lbe gent to: loey
Kel,ltuekl,l7, lndlena 14 owar , ssistant ports ntormation I irector,.UK POSTGAME INTERVIEWS
Kellluckl, 13, N0_ Camllnae . Football Offices, Commonwealth Stadium, Lexing- UK head Coach Blll Cum, will Conduct his
Alabamalsi K°“l"Cl‘Y 3 . tOn’ KY 40506 postgame press conference in the Wildcat Den l
Auburn 24’ Kentucky 12 which is located in the football office complex under
  gr Eglbgg? 26 PHOTO (SREDENTIALS the east side of Commonwealth Stadium. Curry will
Georgia 34 kentucky 23 Photo credentialslwill be issued only to daily begin his postgame conference approximately 10
Kentucky 3%, Cincinnati 0 newspapers, specialized publications and televi- minutes followingthe conclusion ofthe contest. The I
Kentucky 15, Vanderbilt ll A sion stations. Three types of photo passes will be media entrance to the Wildcat Den will be in the
Florida 38, Kentucky 28 iszued in 15390 -h1) a ejomlhinahon plhotgldeckhand Northelast cclrner ot Commonwealth Stadium (clos-
1-eh l si eine, a p oto ec on y, an a p oto est to agpo e).
nessee 31, Kentucky 10 sideline only. Please list the type of photo pass The Kentucky locker room will be CLOSED to all I
needed when requesting credentials. members ofthe media. The UK SID staff will bring 1
Admission to the Commonwealth Stadium side- or 2 players to the Wildcat Den at the conclusion of
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the Curry conference. Then following a 25-minute eration with the UK Sports Information Office. UK
cooling off period which begins at the game’s con- Telecopier (FAX) service is also available for a fee _ SPORTS `
I clusion, requested players will be brought to the of $10 per game. Contact loey Howard when re- INFORMATION
Wildcat Den for interviews. questing telecopier service.
Interview cards will be distributed in the press box i DIRECTORY
during the second half to allow media members to _ A
request which UK players are needed for interviews. DARKROOM FACILITIES i
I The Visitor rocker mom rs Tocared at the NOnh_ Limited darkroom facilities are available in the V Va_;   _ _V I Q
west corner of Commonwealth Stadium. A press C0mIji0¤W€3lih Stadium Dress box. Photographers   on   ’i·= ’T
conference area is located just outside the visiting Wahhhg ro uso rho darkroom raorhhos Should rhako . ?‘AAA`° .
locker room entrance. The visiting coach will con- arrahgorhohrs through the UK Shorts lhrorrhahoh     i
I duct his postgame conference from that location. Orhoo   AA T
pmsss SERVICES VISITING RADIO            
I The UK Sporfs lhformdfioh Offigg will provide e The officialvisiting radio broadcastnetvvork should Chris Cameron 3 l
complete pregame packet (including factsheets, flip be designated in writing bythe visiting tearn’s Sports Sports Information Director I
card and game program) approximately 30 minutes information DlF€€tOI' OF Athletics Director. Three Office: (606) 257-3838
prior to   During [ho Contest, UK will provide phone lll‘l€S   be m3d€ available ll`I ll'l€ VlSltlI'lg ‘ HOITIES (606) 276-4584 A
I a complete p|ay—by-play and statistical report of the broadcast booth at a cost of $65 per line, unless a _ *  
game. Quotes from oth coaches and UK players will Dtl0t 3BF€€m€¤t h8$ l¤€€I1 6tF3IiB€t'l through B€Ii ~ · A l
also be available. The UK Photo Services provides a Osborne of Host Communications - (606) 253- r  A  
game Photo Packet which is delivered to the press 3230. .   . . . A (
l box late in the fourth querter_ Eeeh packet will be Those networks needingtoinstalladditionalphone ,,’,_. ig
available to those requesting the service and con- lines, either inthe press box or locker room area, can `>  Er g
tains 5-7 photos ofthe game. This service is offered do 50 by contacting John Fuller of tht? UK Phone r‘   i
bylohn Mitchell and the UK Photo Services in coop- Services at (606) 257-7727. ` A , .. ·  , .
U loey Howard  
Assistant SID `
(Football Contact) . _ C
I DAILY/WEEKLY SERVICES office  257-4792 ‘ ;
Home: (606) 271 -6977 4 i I
CURRY TUESDAY over the phone by computer. The bulletin board T
PRESS CQNFERENQE contains notes, statistics, rosters and depth charts of   it ·
I UK head football coach Bill Curry will conduct each Southeastern Conference school and is up- . 2 ' - I
his weekly press conferences every Tuesday ofgame dated each W€€k· ,   ` " Y
Week in the Wiidcar D€n_ The Tuesday press cunrer- For further information on these services, contact `· L r
ences Will starr On Aug_ 2g_ MarkWhitworth ofthe SEC Office at (205)985-3686 .    
I The opposing coach, in most cases, will be avail- or lO€Y Howard et rho UK Sh;) Orrlco at (ooh) 257‘ _ ..,_   . ‘
able via a phone hook-up. 3838- I   LI . A
At least five players will be in attendance each EA Rena wcini ‘
I luiititisi‘l;7;t‘€“l;s;;Ys.“.;2€!r?.‘atassist PLAYER ·~rr· PRESS INTERNATIONAL (Danny Brandenberg) I
iggagia gggegaialggtglaa A State Capitol, Press Row, Frankfort, KY 40601 ............................... (502) 227-8036
' . BILLY REED
; §$;€;Q°Qll;l;l;;°gl° Park' N`C° 424 Hiiisibeume Pk., 9200 Shelbyville, Rd., Louisville, KY 40222 I
I LEXINGTON HERALD—LEADER (john Clay, jerry Tipton, john McGill, Gene Abel)
, OLE MBS Oct 6 . Main and Midland, Lexington, KY 40507 ....................................... (606) 231-3225
I Tupelo Ramada lm, I LOUISVILLE COURIER—jOURNAL (Pat Forde, Rick Bozich, Harry Bryant)
845 North Gloster Street 525 West Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202 .................................... (502) 582-401 1 I
Tupelo, Miss. I _ ASHLAND DAILY INDEPENDENT (Mark Maynard)
( 6Ul·844·4ll1 ’ I I 226 17th Street, Ashland, KY ......................................................... (606) 329-1717
_ E , BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS (joe Medley) I
  ` P.O. Box 90012, Bowling Green, KY 42102 .................................. (502) 781-1700
(Holiday '{*** 5**}**** . colalslbl TIMES-TRIBUNE (jill Lewis)
I agi") ’¥"'"° ";"5*‘“’°Y 201 North Kentucky Avenue, Corbin, KY 40701 ............................ (606) 528-2464 I
    a.     (lOhn Donovan,   P€t€I'5OI'1, lVla|'l( TOlT]3$ll()
125 East Court Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 ................................. (513) 352-2767
TENNESSEE Nom 24 CINCINNATI ENQUIRER (Greg Noble)
Holiday Inn Worldis Fair ~ 617 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 ......................................... (513) 369-1972 I
525 Henley Street I _ DANVILLE ADVOCATE-MESSENGER (Larry Vaught)
Kmxvlllcl "[gnn_ I 1 330 South Fourth Street, Danville, KY 40422 ................................. (606) 236-2551
, 51;-522-2000 _ ELIZABETHTOWN NEWS-ENTERPRISE (Darrell Bird, Don Bradley) I
E -· , P.O. Box 430, Elizabethtown, KY 42701 ........................................ (502) 769-2312
A EVANSVILLE COURIER (David johnson, jay Stockman) .
E · I P.O. Box 268, Evansville, IN 47702 ............................................... (812) 424-7711
· i ` FRANKFORT STATE-jOURNAL (Phillip Case) I
E I E P.O. Box 368, Frankfort, KY 40601 ................................................ (502) 227-4556
I I I GLASGOW DAILY TIMES (Loy Milam)
I I P.O. Box 179, Glasgow, KY 42141 ................................................ (502) 678-5171 I
· . E I HARLAN DAILY ENTERPRISE (john Henson)
, I I P.O. Drawer E, Harlan, KY 40831 .................................................. (606) 573-4510
l HENDERSON GLEANER (jim Kirk) I
A _ , A P.O. Box 4, Henderson, KY 42420 ................................................. (502) 827-2000
I KENTUCKY NEW ERA (Scott Burnside)
, P.O. Box 729, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 .......................................... (502) 886-4444
, MADISONVILLE MESSENGER (jim Pickens) I
P.O. Box 529, Madisonville, KY 42431 .......................................... (502) 821-6833
_ MAYFIELD MESSENGER (Richard Todd)
` P.O. Box 709, Mayfield, KY 42066. ............................................... (502) 247-5223 I
MAYSVILLE LEDGER—|NDEPENDENT (Richard Skinner)
P.O. Box 518, Maysville, KY 41056 ............................................... (606) 564-9091
E MIDDLESBORO DAILY NEWS (Neill Morgan) I
» ' P.O. Box 579, Middlesboro, KY 40965 .......................................... (606) 248-1010
. MURRAY LEDGER & TIMES (Daniel Parker)
` P.O. Box 1040, Murray, KY 42071 ................................................ (502) 753-1916
1 OWENSBORO MESSENGER-INQUIRER (Ann Green, Mark Mathis, Rich Suwanski) I
1401 Frederica Street, Owensboro, KY 42301 ............................... (502) 926-0123
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PADUCAH SUN (Ward Willingham, Kevin Stewart)
P.O. Box 2300, Paducah, KY 42002 .............................................. (502) 443-1771
I RICHMOND REGISTER (Brett Hait)
P.O. Box 99, RlCl’ImOI‘ICl, KY 40475 ................................................ (606) 623-1669    
SOMERSET COMMONWEALTH-JOURNAL (jeff Neal) FOO-I-BALL DIRECTORY
I P.O. Box 859, Somerset, KY 42501 ....................,........................... (606) 678-8191 .__.._....
WINCH ESTER SUN (jeff Kerr) ADMINISTRATION .............. 257-8000
P.O. Box 4300, Winchester, KY 40391 .......................................... (606) 744-3123 C-M- N°‘”l°n» Athletics Dll'°€l°'
Barbara lsham, Exec. Assistant
I $PEC|A|_'[Y PUB|_|(jA'[|()N$ ACADEMICS (CATS) ............. 257-1897
Bob Bradley, Asst. A.D.
I _ _ _ _ Barbara Deniston, Student Dev.
THE CATS PAUSE (Oscar Combs, Russell Rice, Nick Nicholas, Mike Estep) Miksisiikinsr Academic Counselor
P.O. Box 7297, Lexington, KY 40522 ............................................ (606) 278-3474 Ann Sampson, Staff Assistant
CAWOOD ON KENTUCKY (Cawood Ledford, Tom Wallace) BUSINESS OFFICE 257 8000
120 Kentucky Avenue, Suite C101, Lexington, KY 40502 .............. (606) 233-3455 Lnnynn, ASs0c_A_5: `'''``'`''`' l
I SPORTS 24 MAGAZINE (Bob VV3il