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Lamp, WKU look to prove last season wasn’t a ‘one-hit wonder’

Western Kentucky is coming off one of the best seasons in school history, and look to prove they can do it again this year. The team is losing an All-America quarterback in Brandon Doughty but return most of their starters on offense with lineman Forrest Lamp ready to take a step toward being a bigger leader for the team during this transition.

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Eastern Kentucky looks to return to OVC summit under new regime

After a disappointing finish to a promising 2015 season that saw the Colonels start 5-2 and nearly knock off Kentucky in Commonwealth Stadium before dropping three of their final four games, EKU fired eight-year head coach Dean Hood. The Colonels hired former University of Tennessee assistant coach Mark Elder to replace Hood and lead them on a quest for their first OVC title since 2011.

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Lafayette, Walker Wood have big night in Boyle County

Lafayette defeated Boyle County 47-21 in the second game of the Rebel Bowl on Saturday night. Walker Wood, Lafayette's quarterback who's committed to UK, had a big night on the ground.
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Lafayette, Walker Wood have big night in Boyle County 1:06

Lafayette, Walker Wood have big night in Boyle County

2016 Bluegrass Bowl produces two classics 2:30

2016 Bluegrass Bowl produces two classics

Darin Hinshaw happy with quarterbacks 0:46

Darin Hinshaw happy with quarterbacks

D.J. Eliot on preparing for Southern Miss 1:28

D.J. Eliot on preparing for Southern Miss