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Unofficial Date For 2024 Kentucky Football Spring Game

Updated: Apr 6

There is some speculation that came out on Wednesday afternoon that will give Kentucky Football fans another reason to be excited for the Spring. Although there has not been an official announcement made by UK Athletics just yet, more than likely Kentucky fans can put down a date on their calendars for the 2024 Kentucky Football Spring Game. Big Blue Nation has been a little uneasy trying to get some idea of when or if there will even be a spring game this year as we've canceled the last two, but it looks like the parent of a potential recruit may have let some information slip online.


Isaac Sowells Sr., who is a former NFL player and the father of Spike Sowells, appeared to leak some information about the potential date for a spring game appearance. According to Isaac Sowells Sr's social media, the 2024 Kentucky Football Spring Game is tentatively set for the second Saturday in April (the 13th). Like I said earlier, this should be a welcomed surprise for fans because this would only be the second Spring Game to take place in the last five seasons.



If things go how they have in years past then the inner-squad matchup will more than likely be free for fans to attend and should be broadcasted on the SEC Network. If this ends up being the actual date, it will set up Kentucky fans for a jam-packed weekend of sports with the Keeneland spring meet and The Masters all going on at the same time. Spring is by far my favorite time of the year and it's when everything comes back to life. But this, this is definitely an added bonus because it has been way too long without having any Kentucky Football action. Kroger Field is begging for us to pack it in for another afternoon under the clear sky.


Until the school announces something different, I'm tabbing this day as the day I'll see this year's team suit up for the first time against each other for a meaningless scrimmage that we all love so dearly.





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