Here is an article talking about the upcoming UK vs. UL football game in September. The game will be played on September 4 at 3:30 pm on ABC. It could be one of the most competitive SEC-related games of the entire opening weekend according to the link.
The Kentucky-Louisville football game was picked up by a broadcast network for the first time in the history of the series when it was announced earlier this week that ABC Sports would televise the Sept. 4 kickoff at 3:30 p.m.
ESPN/ABC officials cited the head coaching debuts of Joker Phillips and Charlie Strong as one of the reasons the game was picked up. Also, if you look at the SEC slate for Sept. 4, UK-Louisville might be the second most competitive game of the weekend. North Carolina and LSU will follow the UK-Louisville game on ABC with a showdown in the Georgia Dome, but the rest of the schedule includes: Northwestern at Vanderbilt, Memphis at Mississippi State, La.-Lafayette at Georgia, Akron at Tennessee, Miami (Ohio) at Florida, San Jose State at Alabama, Arkansas State at Auburn, Tennessee Tech at Arkansas and Jacksonville State at Ole Miss. Not exactly a murderers' row for the first weekend of college football.
If you read further down in the article, you can find out about UK's commits, the status of Derrick Locke, and some SEC Spring Meeting news. As September approaches, the buildup for the UK/UL game will only get bigger and bigger.