List of Kentucky Wildcats football seasons

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National champions Conference champions Conference co-champions Division co-champions Bowl game berth^ Shared standing T
Season Head coach[1] Conference[2] Season results[1][3][4] Bowl result[5] Final ranking[6]
Final standings Wins Losses Ties[A 1] AP Coaches'
Conference Division[A 2]
1946 Bear Bryant Southeastern Conference 8th 7 3 N/A
1947 Southeastern Conference T9th 8 3 Won 1947 Great Lakes Bowl against Villanova, 24–14^ N/A
1948 Southeastern Conference 9th 5 3 2 N/A
1949 Southeastern Conference 2nd 9 3 Lost 1950 Orange Bowl against Santa Clara, 13–21^ 11 N/A
1950 Southeastern Conference 1st 11 1 Won 1951 Sugar Bowl against Oklahoma, 13–7^ 7 7
1951 Southeastern Conference 5th 8 4 Won 1952 Cotton Bowl Classic against TCU, 20–7^ 15 17
1952 Southeastern Conference 9th 5 4 2 20 19
1953 Southeastern Conference T2nd 7 2 1 16 15
1954 Blanton Collier Southeastern Conference T3rd 7 3
1955 Southeastern Conference T7th 6 3 1
1956 Southeastern Conference T6th 6 4
1957 Southeastern Conference 12th 3 7
1958 Southeastern Conference T6th 5 4 1
1959 Southeastern Conference 9th 4 6
1960 Southeastern Conference 9th 5 4 1
1961 Southeastern Conference 7th 5 5
1962 Charlie Bradshaw Southeastern Conference T7th 3 5 2
1963 Southeastern Conference 11th 3 6 1
1964 Southeastern Conference T2nd 5 5
1965 Southeastern Conference T6th 6 4 18
1966 Southeastern Conference 6th 3 6 1
1967 Southeastern Conference 7th 2 8
1968 Southeastern Conference 7th 3 7
1969 John Ray Southeastern Conference 9th 2 8
1970 Southeastern Conference 8th 2 9
1971 Southeastern Conference T6th 3 8
1972 Southeastern Conference T7th 3 8
1973 Fran Curci Southeastern Conference T5th 5 6
1974 Southeastern Conference T3th 6 5
1975 Southeastern Conference T5th 2 8 1
1976 Southeastern Conference T–1st 9 3 Won 1976 Peach Bowl against North Carolina, 21–0^ 18 19
1977 Southeastern Conference —* 10 1 6
1978 Southeastern Conference T5th 4 6 1
1979 Southeastern Conference T4th 5 6
1980 Southeastern Conference 6th 3 8
1981 Southeastern Conference T4th 3 8
1982 Jerry Claiborne Southeastern Conference T8th 0 10 1
1983 Southeastern Conference 4th 6 5 1 Lost 1983 Hall of Fame Bowl against West Virginia, 16–20^
1984 Southeastern Conference T4th 9 3 Won 1984 Hall of Fame Bowl against Wisconsin, 20–19^ 19 19
1985 Southeastern Conference 7th 5 6
1986 Southeastern Conference T4th 5 5 1
1987 Southeastern Conference T7th 5 6
1988 Southeastern Conference T8th 5 6
1989 Southeastern Conference T7th 6 5
1990 Bill Curry Southeastern Conference 5th 4 7
1991 Southeastern Conference 10th 3 8
1992 Southeastern Conference 5th 4 7
1993 Southeastern Conference 3rd 6 6 Lost 1993 Peach Bowl against Clemson, 13–14^
1994 Southeastern Conference 4th 1 10
1995 Southeastern Conference 5th 4 7
1996 Southeastern Conference T4th 4 7
1997 Hal Mumme Southeastern Conference 5th 5 6
1998 Southeastern Conference 5th 7 5 Lost 1999 Outback Bowl against Penn State, 14–26^
1999 Southeastern Conference 5th 6 6 Lost 1999 Music City Bowl against Syracuse, 13–20^
2000 Southeastern Conference 6th 2 9
2001 Guy Morriss Southeastern Conference 6th 2 9
2002 Southeastern Conference 5th 7 5
2003 Rich Brooks Southeastern Conference 6th 4 8
2004 Southeastern Conference T5th 2 9
2005 Southeastern Conference T5th 3 8
2006 Southeastern Conference T4th 8 5 Won 2006 Music City Bowl against Clemson, 28–21^
2007 Southeastern Conference 5th 8 5 Won 2007 Music City Bowl against Florida State, 35–28^
2008 Southeastern Conference 6th 7 6 Won 2008 Liberty Bowl against East Carolina, 25–19^
2009 Southeastern Conference T4th 7 6 Lost 2009 Music City Bowl against Clemson, 13–21^
2010 Joker Phillips Southeastern Conference 5th 6 7 Lost 2011 BBVA Compass Bowl against Pittsburgh, 10–27^
2011 Southeastern Conference T4th 5 7
2012 Southeastern Conference 6th 2 10
2013 Mark Stoops Southeastern Conference 7th 2 10
Total 570 565 44 (only includes regular season games)
8 7 0 (only includes bowl games; 15 appearances)
578 572 44 (all games)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Kentucky Yearly Totals". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 2010-05-05. 
  2. ^ "Kentucky Historical Data". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 2010-05-05. 
  3. ^ "Kentucky Championships". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 2010-05-05. 
  4. ^ "Football Record Book". Southeastern Conference. Retrieved 2010-05-05. 
  5. ^ "Kentucky Bowl History". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 2010-05-05. 
  6. ^ "Kentucky In the Polls". College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 2010-05-05. 
  7. ^ Whiteside, Kelly (August 25, 2006). "Overtime system still excites coaches". USA Today. Archived from the original on 2009-09-28. Retrieved 2008-09-29. 
  8. ^ "Tiebreaker Procedures". Southeastern Conference. Retrieved 2010-05-05. 
  1. ^ Overtime rules in college football were introduced in 1996, making ties impossible in the period since.[7]
  2. ^ The Southeastern Conference introduced divisional play in its first year in 1992; the divisional winners advance to the SEC Championship Game to determine the conference champion.[8]