PADUCAH, KY -- For former UT Martin wide receiver Jaylon Moore, his initial NFL experience has been unlike any before him thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Murray State Head Football Coach Dean Hood first got into college coaching back in the mid-1980s. In those thirty-five years worth of experience on his resume, nowhere do you see any line items about how to run a program during a global pandemic. Yet here we are.

Murray State basketball fans now have one date they can scribble on their calendar, as the Racers will be making one final trip to Auburn on December 22nd. 

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- Kentucky guard Immanuel Quickley will enter the NBA draft and sign with an agent, leaving school after a breakout season in which he was an honorable mention All-America selection by The Associated Press.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Louisville athletic director Vince Tyra says head coaches and senior department staffers will take 10% salary cuts among proposed budget reductions to offset anticipated revenue shortfalls because of event cancellations due to the coronavirus pandemic.

PADUCAH, KY -- UT Martin senior pitcher Hannah Ridolfi was one of hundreds of seniors across the country that were given the opportunity to return for an extra year of eligibility due to the loss of the 2020 season during the coronavirus pandemic.

PADUCAH, KY -- Every college athlete has to overcome some kind of adversity during the course of their careers. For Graves County alum and Southern Illinois Saluki Cody Crider, he has dealt with his fair share.

LEXINGTON, KY (AP) -- Kentucky point guard Ashton Hagans will enter the NBA draft and forego his final two seasons of eligibility.

PADUCAH, KY -- With college athletics at a standstill due to the current coronavirus pandemic, coaches and programs are faced with the task of looking the future without a hands on approach.

PADUCAH, KY -- A little over one month into the current pandemic that has swept across the nation and the world, sports have taken a backseat to saving lives and getting rid of the Coronavirus.

PADUCAH, KY -- No team in America was prepared for what has taken place over the last two weeks, but if any team could handle it, it would be the UT Martin women's basketball team.