Reminder to Fans: Advance Bowl Ticket Applications Due Friday

Dec. 2, 2010

LEXINGTON, Ky. – A reminder to fans desiring to order tickets for Kentucky's bowl game, advance ticket applications are due on Friday, Dec. 3.

Kentucky's destination for its school-record fifth-consecutive bowl appearance and the opponent will be announced officially on Sunday.
Here is the ticket information:

•    University of Kentucky season-ticket holders should already have a bowl application sent through e-mail and U.S. mail. UK season-ticket holders may order tickets by mail, fax (859-323-1269) or online through their "My UK" account by Friday, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. Ticket applications also can be delivered in-person to the UK Ticket Office at the Joe Craft Center, which is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

•    Non-season-ticket holders may access an application online at UKathletics.com. Those applications should be mailed or faxed (859-323-1269) by Friday, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. Non-season-ticket holders also may order tickets in-person at the UK Ticket Office.

•    Fans also may call the UK Ticket Office at 800-928-2287, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Because of the anticipated large number of phone calls, we encourage fans to order tickets via mail, fax, online, or in person at the ticket office.

•    E-mail confirmation of all orders will be sent on Monday, Dec. 6.

Wildcats Back to Work: The Kentucky football players and coaches went back to work this week after the conclusion of the regular season.

The players have resumed weightlifting under the guidance of strength coach Ray “Rock” Oliver and have extra time to focus on their academic efforts.  Meanwhile, the coaches have hit the road to recruit.  The team will reunite for practice Saturday and Sunday.

“This is an important time for the present and future of Kentucky football,” Coach Joker Phillips said.  “We’ve started the extra month of workouts and practice that are crucial to our player development, both for the bowl game and for the players returning for next season.  Obviously, it’s also an important time for us in recruiting the next generation of Wildcats.”