Former Bat Cat AJ Reed wasn’t scared in his Class A debut. Reed hit a two-run home run to lead Quad Cities in a 4-3 win at Bowling Green.
“It was just exciting to come out here and play well,” Reed said in an interview after the game. “I was happy (about the home run). It put us ahead, so that was good.”
Kentucky freshman Nick Anderson placed eighth in the IAAF World Junior Championships 110-Meter Hurdles Final. Anderson represented the United States at Oregon’s Hayward Field. Anderson ran out of lane eight, and he clocked a solid time of 13.93.
“I just tried to finish the race because the competition is great, the crowd is amazing and I wanted to represent USA well,” Anderson said. “I was a little disappointed, because of all the work I put in practicing and training. I’m still happy with the result. I made it here, I competed my best and I made the final so I have to take something away.”
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Time Warner Cable subscribers can rest easy now, because they will have the SEC Network for the Bahamas Trip! Not only will those subscribers be able to watch the Bahamas Trip, but also the Football season opener versus UT Martin. Thank you TWC!
Former UK Rifle assistant coach Ashley Rose was named as the new head coach at Nebraska yesterday. Rose will be the fifth coach in Nebraska program history.
“Coach Underwood has built a strong foundation for the program over the last two years, and I have the privilege to facilitate further growth of the team, and I hope to take it to new heights,” Rose said in a release. “The Huskers are known for having good work ethic and character both on and off the range.
At Kentucky, Rose coordinated practice plans, matches, team travel, equipment and facility management and also assisted in recruiting. The Wildcats finished third at the NCAA Championships.
The UK Football team will have its annual Fan Day on Saturday, August 9th at Commonwealth Stadium. The autograph session with the players will begin at 9:00 am, with an open practice following at 10:45 am.
It’s always a fun event, and I encourage everyone to stop by.