Oscar Tshiebwe, TyTy Washington and Lance Ware discuss the Blue-White Game, presented by Eckrich
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Oscar Tshiebwe, TyTy Washington and Lance Ware discuss the Blue-White Game, presented by Eckrich

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Eckrich is proud to present the $1 Million Challenge for Teachers! This 2021 college football season Eckrich, in partnership with Extra Yard for Teachers and Kroger, will invite a local teacher (and true hero) onto the field at the Tennessee vs Kentucky game on November 6th.

These lucky teachers, randomly selected from a list of entries, will have a chance to throw a football through a target to win up to $1 million dollars in donations to fund local classroom projects. Nominate a teacher here for a chance to throw! Make sure to nominate your teacher by October 27th.

Kentucky’s annual Blue-White Game has come and gone, with the Blue squad taking down the White by a final score of 108-80.

Following the intrasquad scrimmage, the game’s three leading scorers in Oscar Tshiebwe (25 points), TyTy Washington (24 points) and Lance Ware (20 points) spoke to the media to discuss their standout performances.

Oscar Tshiebwe

Tshiebwe discussed his dominant night on the glass, finishing the game with an absurd 21 rebounds, including 14 offensive boards. He also talked about the Rupp Arena crowd and his will to win, among other topics.

TyTy Washington

As for Washington, he discussed his standout shooting performance, training to become an elite shooter and John Calipari’s high praise of his game following the scrimmage, among other topics.

Lance Ware

Ware closed things out by discussing Tshiebwe’s dominant performance and having to battle against him in practice, his own personal growth and team defense, among other topics.

In case you missed John Calipari’s press conference, you can find that below, as well.

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