Posted: Oct 18, 2012 12:17 PM by Alan Cutler
Updated: Oct 18, 2012 12:30 PM
Two former Wildcats will make an appearance at Keeneland on Friday, Oct. 19, as part of the Seeblue Day festivities.
Denver Bronco players Jacob Tamme and Wesley Woodyard will sign autographs in Keeneland's North Terrace from 12:30 - 2 p.m. Tamme and Woodyard were letterwinners for the Wildcats from 2004 - 2007 and were both two-time All-SEC performers.
Seeblue Day is held each year on the Friday of Homecoming weekend and is organized by the UK Alumni Association and Keeneland. Patrons are encouraged to wear blue to the track, and all faculty, staff, students and UK Alumni Association members with a valid ID will receive free general admission.
In addition to Tamme and Woodyard, a variety of university representatives will make appearances in Keeneland's North Terrace as part of the day's activities. Paws and Listen, an all female vocalist group, will perform. The UK Cheerleaders, Dance Team and mascot will also make appearances throughout the day. Beginning at 11 a.m., the first 200 UK Alumni Association members who present their UK Alumni Association membership card in the North Terrace area of Keeneland will receive a free gift and are eligible for a UK prize pack drawing. Kentucky Sports Radio will also air its Friday morning show live from Keeneland.
A commemorative tumbler showcasing the Keeneland and UK logos will be sold starting Friday with all proceeds benefitting DanceBlue. DanceBlue is the largest student-run philanthropic activity on the University of Kentucky campus which benefits the Pediatric Oncology Unit at UK Children's Hospital.
UK Football notes
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Larry Warford and Taylor Wyndham are game captains for Georgia.
Patrick Towles did not practice Thursday, but he was sending in signals.
UK will get back CB Cartier Rice and SS Ashely Lowery for Georgia. FS Martavius Neloms upgraded from out to doubtful.