The excitement for Kentucky Football in 2021 has been at a fever pitch. A new offensive coordinator, an intense quarterback competition, the big blue wall, a defense that returns a lot of studs, and of course the homegrown superstar Wan’Dale Robinson coming home to be a star in the blue and white.
Fans are salivating for football news and counting down the days to kickoff.
However, in a year where the country is hoping to put the final cap on the COVID crisis, the University of Kentucky decided to do away with the spring game and media availability in 2021. Both of those are somewhat understandable, but opening the final spring practice to some K-Fund Donors and some K-Fund Donors only, is not.
On Saturday afternoon, the official K-Fund organization posted their view from the seats that were closed off to the average fan this spring.
We enjoyed some Kentucky Football #springball with a few donors this morning. They continue to #InvestInBlue and ensure…
Kentucky was the only SEC school this offseason to not have a spring game or open their practices to media availability, and the donors were the only people outside of the program to get a sneak peek at the most highly-anticipated Kentucky football team in recent memory.
I wonder if they got to be the first and only Kroger Field patrons to enjoy a beer too…