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Kentucky-Louisville kickoff will be noon Sept. 14 on ESPN

Kentucky wide receiver Demarco Robinson, left, caught a pass in the first half of last year's rivalry game. In on the tackle was Louisville cornerback Adrian Bushell.
Kentucky wide receiver Demarco Robinson, left, caught a pass in the first half of last year's rivalry game. In on the tackle was Louisville cornerback Adrian Bushell.

The Kentucky-Louisville football game will be at noon Saturday, Sept. 14 on ESPN.

The Southeastern Conference announced the early season television schedule for the first three weeks of the season, with UK to play two games on ESPN and one on Fox Sports Network.

Kentucky will start the season with a 7 p.m. kickoff against Western Kentucky at LP Field in Nashville on ESPNews, while its home opener against Miami (Ohio) on Saturday, Sept. 7 will be at noon on Fox Sports Network.

The remainder of the schedule, beginning with the Florida game on Sept. 28, game times and television assignments will be announced 12 days in advance of the game date.

Tickets for the UK-WKU game remain available through the UK ticket office at a cost of $63 for club level, $43 for lower sideline and $38 for end zone. Fans desiring to sit in the UK sections should buy through UK. Fans may purchase tickets at www.ukathletics.com/tickets, call 800-928-2287, or visit the Joe Craft Center Ticket Office.

Season tickets are still available for UK’s seven-game home slate. Tickets start at just $242 for end zone seats and $277 for sidelines. Lower level seats require a donation to the K Fund ranging from $100 to $300 per seat. Upper level K Fund tickets are also available in various areas.

2013 UK football schedule

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