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An artist's rendering of the outside of the new Commonwealth Stadium, which will open in time for the start of the 2015 season. An artist's rendering of the outside of a renovated Commonwealth Stadium, which will open in time for the start of the 2015 season.
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He had long worked toward a renovation of Commonwealth Stadium, but as it became closer to reality, Mitch Barnhart began to sort out exactly what he wanted to accomplish through the project.

His priorities were clear. Above all else, Barnhart wanted the transformation of Commonwealth to serve three groups: fans, current Wildcats and future Wildcats.

With plans now set, Barnhart believes that mission will be accomplished.

"I think we've changed the personality of the stadium," Barnhart said. "It is hopefully more intimate, hopefully it is more fan-friendly, and at the end of the day it provides our program with things we need for recruiting and people that want to come and participate in a great league and a great facility."

With construction set to start in December, designs for the new Commonwealth Stadium were revealed in front of hundreds of season-ticket holders and media at the Nutter Field House on Monday. Gerardo Prado -- the principal architect for HNTB, UK's partner in the project -- walked attendees through a presentation detailing the highlights of the renovation that started by showing a view of the East end zone.

A new multipurpose recruiting room will be located in the East end zone. A new multipurpose recruiting room will be located in the East end zone.
There, a new multipurpose recruiting room space for 200 will be surrounded by the UK student section which will feature between 4,000 and 5,000 lower-level seats. The recruiting room will feature a patio overlooking the field with a new centrally located tunnel through which players will take the field directly below it.

"I want to fast-forward and get to that look right now," Stoops said after seeing renderings of the new stadium. "That's beautiful."

Senior linebacker Avery Williamson represented his team at the ceremony. Like everyone else in attendance, he was impressed by what he saw. In fact, his only regret was not getting the chance to play in the new Commonwealth himself.

"I'll bleed blue until the day that I die," Williamson said. "I love this school and I love this community and I love the fans and I feel like it's really going to be a turnaround. I just can't wait for the future of Kentucky, and ready to go beat Tennessee this weekend."

Adding to an already exciting day, Stoops announced the signing of five talented members of UK's 2014 class. Quarterback Drew Barker (Burlington, Ky.), linebacker Dorian Hendrix (Huber Heights, Ohio), running back Mikel Horton (West Chester, Ohio), wide receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass (Springfield, Ohio) and wide receiver T.V. Williams (McKinney, Texas) have signed scholarship papers, laying the foundation for what many expect to be the highest-ranked recruiting class in school history.

"This is a great start to our 2014 recruiting class," Stoops said. "They will benefit from enrolling in January. Going through our winter conditioning program and spring practice will give them a much greater ability to compete for playing time next season. In addition to being outstanding players, their academic commitment is shown by graduating high school in three-and-a-half years."

Barnhart and Stoops were joined at the unveiling by UK President Eli Capilouto; Senate President Robert Stivers; House Majority Caucus Chair Sannie Overly; Dr. C.B. Akins, member of the UK Board of Trustees and Chair of the University Athletics Committee; and Gov. Steve Beshear, who signed the legislation approving the $110-million project in February.

"This stadium upgrade will ensure the continued financial success of UK football -- an integral part to a truly self-sustaining athletics program that also funds millions of dollars to the university's academic programming," Gov. Beshear said. "I am proud to have supported the agency bond legislation that is making this renovation possible and I congratulate UK's officials and leaders for taking this visionary action."

The renovation -- a result of an unprecedented partnership between UK Athletics and the university it represents -- will decrease the capacity of Commonwealth from 67,606 to approximately 61,000 when construction is completed in time for the 2015 season. That was no accident.

"We have got to provide an experience that people want to come, competitively and from a fan amenity perspective," Barnhart said. "And then we've got to create an environment that's fun for people to want to come. And I think that this is the right size for us."

Not only does Barnhart believe it to be the right size, he also thinks it has the right look.

"Now, as I'm looking at this picture, my first thought is, 'Pretty cool. Pretty cool,' " Barnhart said. "Then we can walk in and it has a different feel to it on the inside. I just wanted from start to finish, as you begin the process of coming into this stadium and you see it from the road or you see it for the first time, that it's a different-feeling stadium and it's something that is classy and can span the test of time a little bit, and I think it is."

UK launched a website ( featuring the designs of the new stadium and pertinent information regarding tickets and the history of the project. It will be updated regularly throughout the course of the renovation.

The revamped exterior of the stadium will take on a uniquely Kentucky feel with Kentucky limestone and reclaimed barn wood. Inside, concourses will be widened and modernized, while new concession stands and restrooms will also be built, improving the game-day experience for every fan.

A view from inside the new loge-level club seating area. A view from inside the new loge-level club seating area.
Playing a central role in both the renovation and its funding will be premium-seating areas constructed during the renovation. Approximately 2,300 club seats will be added at the loge, mezzanine and field levels along the South sideline, allowing fans to enjoy UK football in style. Also, approximately 20 sellable sideline luxury suites will be added below the newly constructed press box, bringing Commonwealth's total seat count to approximately 61,000.

The amenities available in premium seating areas are not yet finalized, but they will include separate restrooms and covered concession areas.

These new premium seating areas, as well as the multipurpose recruiting room, will be rentable spaces at the conclusion of the 2015 season. The field-level club area will also house a new training table where football student-athletes will eat many of their meals. Other player-centric upgrades include a special game-day locker room and state-of-the-art training room.

When UK was granted bonding authority for the $110-million football project in February, plans initially included upgrades to the Nutter Training Facility, which houses football offices and day-to-day practice facilities. After seeing everything that could be done for players at Commonwealth, the decision was made to spend all of those funds on the stadium.

"We are absolutely committed to getting this program to the spot where we can all enjoy some very special moments," Barnhart said. "We're resolute in that. I am absolutely not backing down from the fact that we can compete at the highest level in this league. I want to get to Atlanta (for the SEC Championship) and that's the goal, make no mistake about it.

"The transformation of Commonwealth Stadium is the first step in that process, but it's not our last. We have more plans that we are still working on, but today is a celebration of our new home."

Construction on that new home will begin shortly after UK's season finale vs. Tennessee on Saturday. Crews will work through the start of the 2014 season to prepare the site and take steel deliveries, and the Cats will play next season in Commonwealth with construction ongoing.

The majority of fans will be unaffected, save for approximately 2,000 seats in the South upper level. Rows 22-39 in sections 219-232 will be unavailable in 2014. UK Athletics staff will contact affected season-ticket holders personally in December to provide a variety of alternative seating options for next season.

UK will conclude its 2014 home schedule on Nov. 8 of next year, more than three weeks earlier than this season's finale, which will provide important extra time ahead of the 2015 season opener.

"We're very fortunate in that respect," Barnhart said. "It gives those guys a chance to really jump in there and get going on that."

Ticket information for the 2015 season is still being finalized and will be announced in the first quarter of 2014.While significant premium seating is being added through the renovation, approximately 25,000 seats will be available at the current $100 K Fund annual donation level or lower.

"What I can tell you now is that the process will be fair, equitable and transparent," Barnhart said. "We will work closely with each fan to help them choose the right seats."

Barnhart encouraged fans to put themselves in the best possible position for 2015 tickets by purchasing 2014 season tickets when renewals are sent in January.

As curious as fans may be to learn details about ticketing, Monday was primarily about the overarching vision for the future of Commonwealth Stadium and the Kentucky football program. Too much work by too many people -- from UK Athletics to the university to the Big Blue Nation -- for it to be anything other than a celebration.

"When the Wildcats take the field and you fill the stands for our eight home games -- I repeat, eight home games -- in 2015, you will be proud of the new home we have created together for Kentucky football," Barnhart said.

Video: The New Commonwealth Stadium

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Mark Stoops (Jake Most, UK Athletics) Mark Stoops (Jake Most, UK Athletics)
Mark Stoops has been refreshingly honest about his team's performances throughout the 2013 season, so there was no sugarcoating things on Monday following UK's 59-17 loss at Georgia.

Ahead of Kentucky's season finale against border rival Tennessee, Stoops was still feeling disappointed about his team's performance the previous Saturday.

"This past Saturday, there's no denying it, that was a blow to our progress and that's disappointing because it's a mentality to me more than anything," Stoops said. "So that we need to get over and bounce back and move forward, but throughout the year, I did think we were improving.  I think we are getting better as a program, as an organization; I know we are ... There's (also) a lot of positive things."

Still, the Wildcats have one remaining game and the head coach made it clear he will challenge the team to improve during the final week of his first season at UK.

"We have a big game coming up with Tennessee," Stoops said. "It will be our last game at home for these seniors, and we need to see where we're at and how much progress we've made throughout this year.  I think we've been up and we've been down, and it will be very important for us to come out and have a good week of preparation and play a great game versus Tennessee."

Stoops and his staff certainly saw the Georgia game as a step back for the program. He admitted that many of the players didn't give their top effort every snap, but was also adamant that the Wildcats are now turning their attention to Tennessee.

"We all have to look at ourselves," Stoops said. "It starts with me. I said that after the game; it starts with me and what I'm doing to prepare the team and to prepare the coaches. It goes on with the assistant coaches and it goes on with the players.

"I think a big part of it is your attitude. We talk about that all the time. You walk in that building and you go to work, you've got to have an attitude about you and you've got to have a toughness about you. We (didn't) play with it (vs. Georgia) so we are going to challenge them to have that attitude today."

Dyshawn Mobley emerges

After going through the game tape from Georgia, Stoops was less than pleased with almost all his players performances, except for one.

Dyshawn Mobley, who had seen limited action in the backfield throughout the 2013 campaign, saw significant action against Georgia and turned some heads in the process, most notably his head coach's.

"Dyshawn is about the only guy I could really say that I thought played extremely hard for every play that he was in there," Stoops said of the sophomore running back, who busted a career-long 69-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Mobley ending up rushing for a team-high and career-best 92 yards.

Offensive coordinator Neal Brown also took note of Mobley's breakout performance at Georgia as well.

"He did some positive things," Brown said of Mobley. "I think he had 10 carries for 92 yards, and the touchdown went for 69. We weren't doing a whole lot of good things in the run game so I thought he did a good job with some leg drive, and getting some yards after contact. I've always thought he could do the things in the run game that he did.

"Now I didn't think he was going to bust open on a short-yards run for 60. I was pleasantly surprised on that. What Dyshawn has to get better at is the pass protection and some of those things when he's not getting the ball."

Williamson embodies senior spirit

Saturday's game will also be Senior Night, with the UK seniors set to be honored on the field before the game.

Linebacker Avery Williamson has emerged as UK's emotional and on-field leader in 2013. Given his play and contributions to the team in other ways, Stoops took time to reflect on the contributions of the defensive play-maker.

"He definitely is a guy that jumps out at you right away," Stoops said. "(It would be great) to be a senior (and) get a victory here.  But Avery is definitely a guy that you think about when you think about this group that has done an awful lot for this program. Since I've been here, he's been a great leader and a great person to coach.

"I'm going to miss him.  It will be very important for us to help him get a victory in this last game, along with all the seniors.

Coordinators name MVPs on the spot

Given the late-season nature of Monday's media opportunity, both of UK's coordinators were asked to reflect on the year and name their respective unit's most valuable players.

UK's top defensive performers have been relatively clear, and so D.J. Eliot praised senior linebacker Avery Williamson and junior defensive end Alvin "Bud" Dupree.

"It would between Bud or Avery," Eliot said. "Bud is not only athletic and he has all the tools, but he's very smart too. You tell him to do something and he does it. He can adjust on the run and his football IQ is part of what makes him special.

"Avery is just a tremendous worker. He studies the game and wants to always be one step ahead of his opponent. He puts in the extra time, and is focused every practice and every meeting."

Brown's praise of offensive linemen Jordan Swindle and Darrian Miller may have seemed a little more unexpected. After all, rarely do offensive linemen, no matter how good, earn such praise so publically.

"The two guys that have played at the highest level all year are Darrian Miller and Jordan Swindle," Brown said. "I'm really excited about Swindle. I know the right tackle position doesn't get a whole lot of thoughts in the media, but he has really played well, even last week. He's a true sophomore that played very little last year. He struggled early to be honest, so his growth has been a surprise."
Coaches look forward to the new CWS

Even with a big game coming up on Saturday, just about everyone on the UK campus couldn't help but look forward to the unveiling of the plans for the New Commonwealth Stadium, which will take place on Monday afternoon.

Stoops withheld his thoughts on the occasion as he was no doubt saving up for his remarks at the event later in the day.

Neal Brown, himself a Kentucky native, expressed his own excitement.

"It's a great day for the Commonwealth," Brown said. "It's something that's needed. (I'm) very glad the Legislature, Mitch Barnhart and Dr. (Eli) Capilouto were working behind the scenes got it done. It's going to provide another burst of energy in our program. To have the unveiling today, and then (if we can) go win Saturday night. That would be huge going into what's going to be a pivotal next two months recruiting."

Live stream: Commonwealth designs revealed

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UK football depth chart (Tennessee week)

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Tight end
Jordan Aumiller
Anthony Kendrick
Steven Borden
Tyler Robinson
Patrick Ligon

Left tackle
Darrian Miller
Jordan Swindle

Left guard
Zach West
Max Godby or Teven Eatmon-Nared

Jon Toth
Zach Myers

Right guard
Kevin Mitchell
Jack Gruenschlaeger

Right tackle
Jordan Swindle
Shaquille Love

Wide receiver
Jeff Badet
A.J. Legree

Wide receiver
Ryan Timmons
Daryl Collins
Ronnie Shields

Wide receiver
Javess Blue
Joey Herrick

Jalen Whitlow
Maxwell Smith

Cody Jones
D.J. Warren

Running back
Raymond Sanders or Jojo Kemp
Jonathan George
Dyshawn Mobley


Defensive end
Alvin Dupree
Jason Hatcher

Defensive tackle
Donte Rumph
Tristian Johnson

Defensive tackle
Mister Cobble
Mike Douglas
Christian Coleman

Defensive end
Za'Darius Smith
Farrington Huguenin
Alvin Davis

Strong-side linebacker
Josh Forrest
Kory Brown
Malcolm McDuffen

Middle linebacker
Avery Williamson
Tyler Brause

Weak-side linebacker
Khalid Henderson
Miles Simpson

Blake McClain
Marcus McWilson

Cody Quinn
Jaleel Hytchye

Ashely Lowery
Daron Blaylock

Eric Dixon
Glenn Faulkner

Fred Tiller
Eric Simmons

Special teams

Kelly Mason
Matthew Adolph
Tyler Robinson

Jared Leet
Landon Foster

Joe Mansour
Austin MacGinnis

Landon Foster
Joe Mansour

Kickoff returner
Javess Blue
Dyshawn Mobley

Punt returner
Javess Blue
Daryl Collins

Live stream: Stoops pre-Tennessee press conference

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Kentucky-Georgia a matchup of resilient teams

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Kentucky will play at Georgia at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday. (Chet White, UK Athletics) Kentucky will play at Georgia at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday. (Chet White, UK Athletics)
A longtime defensive backs coach, Mark Stoops watched the way Georgia lost against Auburn and winced.

With the Tigers facing a one-point deficit and a fourth-and-18, quarterback Nick Marshall tossed a desperation heave over the middle of the field. Two Bulldog defenders converged and Josh Harvey-Clemons got a hand on the pass, but it deflected ahead to Ricardo Louis' for a game-winning 73-yard touchdown pass with 25 seconds left.

Stoops knows how the Bulldog staff coached its players to defend that situation, but also that predicting how anyone will react in the heat of the moment is impossible.

"Sometimes players' instincts take over," Stoops said. "They had two guys that are trying to make a play, with great effort, and it's unfortunate for them. But I know they talk about it and we talk about you have to knock it down right there."

The loss was the latest in the latest of a string of misfortunes for Georgia (6-4, 4-3 Southeastern Conference). The Bulldogs opened the season ranked No. 5 but lost at Clemson in week one before climbing back to No. 7 in early October.

It was then that injuries -- particularly at wide receiver and running back -- befell the Bulldogs, who have lost three of five games in spite of holding fourth-quarter leads in each defeat. Never, however, has Georgia packed it in, not even down 20 in the fourth quarter on the road against a top-10 Auburn team.

The same will surely be true when Kentucky (2-8, 0-6 SEC) travels to Athens, Ga., for a game on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET.

"That's what I was so impressed with," Stoops said. "You know, kind of a fluke play to lose it, but to see them battle back, we had a chance to watch it on the way back (from UK's game in Nashville on Saturday). It was on the bus, we had satellite and were actually watching that game and just watching it live and then watching it on film."

That never-say-day attitude, in Stoops' opinion, begins with Georgia's quarterback and senior leader. Aaron Murray's name is all over the SEC's passing record books, as he now occupies the top spot in touchdown passes, total offense, passing yards and completions.

"He just knows where to go with the ball at all times and is a great leader and on top of that, he's got a very strong arm and a very accurate passer," defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot said. "I'd say the biggest thing about him is he's just so intelligent with how to handle the game."

Murray's leadership through adversity is what most impresses Stoops.

He has managed to throw for 2,892 yards and 22 touchdowns in 2013 with many of his top weapons sidelined, including 415 yards against Auburn. Nine Bulldogs have at least 10 receptions on the season, including leading receiver Chris Conley (32 catches for 442 yards), who returned against Auburn after missing two games with a sprained ankle.

Also back in the lineup is sophomore running back Todd Gurley, who has 704 rushing yards and seven touchdowns in just seven games played and two starts. His presence is a game changer.

"(Defending a balanced offense) is always hard, so you've got to make sure that your defense is made where you're making the right call at the right time, you know," Eliot said. "If I want to stop the run, I've got to have a run called. If I want to stop the pass, I've got to have a pass called. That makes it very difficult."

Particularly in the passing game, UK's challenge against Georgia will be much different than the one it faced at Vanderbilt. The Commodores relied heavily on Jordan Matthews -- who caught 12 passes for 141 yards -- but Murray figures to spread the wealth.

The Wildcat secondary is still in search of its first interception of the season -- a statistic that both befuddles and maddens Stoops -- and now UK will look to get it against one of the best quarterbacks the SEC has seen.

"It's right there sometimes and just hasn't gone our way it seems like," Eliot said. "But it will. It will. We keep putting them in position, those kids keep fighting hard, we'll start making our side of the plays."

Georgia has made more than its share of plays on defense, particularly behind a stout defensive line. The Bulldogs are second in the SEC in sacks with 28 and have hurried the opposing quarterback an incredible 93 times. For the sake of comparison, Georgia has given up just 12 sacks and 18 quarterback hurries.

"It's going to be tough," offensive guard Kevin Mitchell said. "Fortunately we're not too banged up. Hopefully we're all going to be playing. Every week we go against good D-lines."

Mitchell has contended with a variety of maladies this season, ranging from a bruised knee to regular stingers to an ankle injury to balky AC joints, but has refused to let any of them affect his senior season for too long.

That kind of mentality has become more and more common as Stoops' first season in Lexington has worn on. The losses may be tough to take, but the Cats -- much like their opponent this weekend -- have refused to wilt.

"I think you're starting to see more accountability on this team as guys understand us and start understanding that whether it's off the field or little things, it all matters," Stoops said. "And I think we're starting to get some leadership."

Head coach Mark Stoops

Offensive coordinator Neal Brown

Mark Stoops spoke to reporters on Wednesday for the final time before Kentucky's Saturday trip to Georgia. Once again, the Wildcats delivered the kind of effort he expects.

"Moving forward with the week," Stoops said. "Got some good work in today, and I thought our energy was good, thought the guys were practicing hard and doing as best we can. So, moving forward, looking forward to getting on with the preparation for Georgia."

Playing an important role in that preparation, both this week and all season, has been UK's scout team. Each week, the Wildcat backups are tasked with simulating the upcoming opponent's scheme while also working to improve.

Included in that group is a handful of players redshirting this season who might not be seeing the field, but that certainly doesn't mean they are putting in less work. In fact, they are in the weight room much more often with an eye on contributing next season and beyond.

"They do more than our travel team," Stoops said. "The guys that are redshirting and not playing are lifting much heavier and of course, when we're traveling and things like that, they get in some extra lifts over the weekend. So they are gaining some weight and getting some strength."

Freshman defensive lineman Regie Meant is foremost among those weight-gainers, as he now comes in at around 290 pounds according to his coach. Meant, at times, has been a menace on the scout team, drawing the praise of the offensive coordinator who calls plays against him.

"Regie Meant, he's gonna be a big factor," Neal Brown said. "I don't want to speak for D.J. or Mark, but he's gonna be a major factor in what they're doing."

Stoops also mentioned defensive lineman Jacob Hyde as a player who has improved his physique and flexibility and he was the first player Jalen Whitlow named when asked about the scout team. Amusingly, Whitlow compared the Manchester, Ky., native to the cartoon character Binky, a bulldog from the children's television show and book series.

"He is an animal out there sometimes," Whitlow said.

UK's crop of redshirting offensive linemen has been impressive as well, particularly Ramsey Meyers and Kyle Meadows. In fact, when asked which redshirt players could contend for immediate starting roles, Stoops named both.

"Ramsey's a guy that jumps out, Ramsey Meyers, right away," Stoops said. "He's got good size to him. I want to say he's in the 330 range right now. And again, he plays very hard. He's nasty and athletic. He's a guy that can help us inside definitely. Kyle Meadows. I like Kyle and all those guys, really."

Watching their development, Brown believes both Meyers and Meadows would provide needed depth right now. Even so, he knows redshirting both was the right decision.

"I just believe from a wear-and-tear point up front, I think the right thing is to redshirt those guys," Brown said. "They're gonna be so much better as redshirt freshmen. They have a chance to have four great years, where this year it would have been up and down."

Stoops pleased after practice on chilly Tuesday

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Defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot

Though he's a native of Youngstown, Ohio, Mark Stoops has grown accustomed to mild winters. He's made coaching stops at Houston, Miami, Arizona and Florida State since 2000.

Now at Kentucky, Stoops is once again becoming acclimated to cold November practices. On Tuesday, UK practiced in the coldest temperatures of the year.

"Pretty decent practice," Stoops said. "Little bit cool out there today, but the energy was up. Guys were moving around, bouncing around good, so overall fairly pleased with the practice."

Headed to Athens, Ga., (Saturday forecast: 62 degrees and rainy) this weekend for a game against Georgia, Stoops won't need to bundle up this weekend, but the Cats will have to prepare for a Bulldog offense that has rolled up 856 yards passing over its last two games. That starts with star senior quarterback Aaron Murray.

"They're very good and very efficient," Stoops said. "They have a lot of balance in their offense, and so when they need to throw it -- like you saw at the end of that game last week -- they can throw it as good as anybody, really. I think they have a really good group of receivers, good tight ends. They like hitting the back (Todd Gurley) and checking it down to him as well. But Murray's just a very special quarterback."

A young secondary is in for a test, particularly with junior corner Nate Willis unlikely to travel. It's a group that is without an interception this season -- UK's lone pick was by linebacker Josh Forrest -- a fact not lost on Stoops. His background is as a defensive backs coach, so he's having to balance between using the lack of interceptions as motivation and preserving confidence.

"There's a line," Stoops said. "There's definitely a line between beating them down and getting them to, you know. It'd be good to cover them and knock the ball down sometimes as well, honestly."

Over the Cats' last two games, they've dealt with Dorial Green-Beckham of Missouri and Vanderbilt's Jordan Matthews, two players sure to play on Sundays. Georgia, only now recovering from a rash of injuries at skill positions, might not have that kind of top-end talent, but will still be a test.

"We'll have our hands full each and every week in this league, but we're improving and we'll be out there ready to play," Stoops said.

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