The Good, Bad, and Ugly of the Recent Covid-19 Updates at Kentucky.

File photo; A Kentucky Wildcats helmet sits on the sideline during the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Kentucky Wildcats on November 03, 2018, at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, KY.(Photo by Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

It seems as of late we have received nothing but bad news on the Covid-19 front. But that has not been the case at UK. While there still is a ton of disheartening news when praying for football in the fall but there has been some good. So today we will take a look at the good, bad, ugly updates from the last few days.


In the midst of all the bad news the Kentucky Football was a bright spot in the sports world. This bright spot came through the avenue of the recent testing the university did with the football. When a players parent let us know that all 161 players,staff, and coaches tested negative.

This good news even ended up getting national attention. I thin if you are other schools then you might want to take a look at how Kentucky is doing things.


The next update we got came through the avenue of the SEC administration and athletic directors when they met this past week. When they met this week they decide to let us know that we wont be getting a plan until late July. This news came as a shock as reports surfaced that the Big Ten, Pac-12, and ACC say that will be doing conference only.

So for now, we will wait.


Then our last one is the ugly and is one the is really fueling doubt of SEC football returning. The hearts started dropping when SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey told Marty Smith that he is having concerns about the possibility of having a season.

There is no answers on if we are going to have football or not but we all cling to some good news and try to push away the bad during this time.

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