It so often feels like Kentucky football is cursed — but it is not

Kentucky fans have endured some of college football’s most bizarre, spirit-crushing defeats. Some fans like to lay those off on unseen forces such as curses. But, in almost every case, it was human error under pressure that did the Cats in. That’s good news because human errors can be learned from and fixed.

He went to Target — and stole $1,700 in vacuum cleaners

Police are asking for your help to find a habitual shoplifter. If you have information about this crime, don’t try to take action on your own. Anonymous tips, including photos and videos, can be submitted by texting LEXPD plus the tip to CRIMES (274637). Information can also be sent anonymously through Bluegrass Crime Stoppers at 859-253-2020 or Bluegrasscrimestoppers.com.

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Kentucky has asked SEC for explanations of several calls Saturday 0:37

Kentucky has asked SEC for explanations of several calls Saturday

Austin MacGinnis said final kick had a chance 1:06

Austin MacGinnis said final kick had a chance

Mark Stoops blames communication breakdowns for loss 1:44

Mark Stoops blames communication breakdowns for loss

Benny Snell after Florida loss: 'We were the better team' 0:42

Benny Snell after Florida loss: 'We were the better team'

UK's Nick Haynes on holding call: It's heartbreaking 1:29

UK's Nick Haynes on holding call: It's heartbreaking

Mark Stoops: I take responsibility for UK's defensive miscues 1:21

Mark Stoops: I take responsibility for UK's defensive miscues

Elite basketball recruit likes UK, looks up to Anthony Davis 3:00

Elite basketball recruit likes UK, looks up to Anthony Davis

John Wall fights back tears while honoring his mom in Hall of Fame speech 8:14

John Wall fights back tears while honoring his mom in Hall of Fame speech

Official Trailer: Without a net: The Digital Divide In America 0:56

Official Trailer: Without a net: The Digital Divide In America

Bevin 'lost his courage' on pensions, tax reform, Rep. Kelly Flood tells teachers 2:46

Bevin 'lost his courage' on pensions, tax reform, Rep. Kelly Flood tells teachers

SEC's first black football player sees progress in race relations

On the 50th anniversary of becoming the first black football player to play in the Southeastern Conference, Kentucky's Nate Northington is asked about racial progress and the current NFL protests.
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SEC's first black football player sees progress in race relations 2:48

SEC's first black football player sees progress in race relations

Mark Stoops: I take responsibility for UK's defensive miscues 1:21

Mark Stoops: I take responsibility for UK's defensive miscues

Kentucky has asked SEC for explanations of several calls Saturday 0:37

Kentucky has asked SEC for explanations of several calls Saturday

Boy's accused murderer appears in court 0:21

Boy's accused murderer appears in court