|Date|| Opponent|| Time |
|Sept. 5|| at Louisville (ESPN): Despite coach Rich Brooks' efforts, the Cardinals are up first.
| 3:30 p.m. |
|Sept. 18|| Indiana: UK has won eight of the last nine. || 7 p.m. |
|Sept. 25|| at Florida: Now led by QB Chris Leak, Gators have won 17 straight meetings with UK.|| TBA |
|Oct. 2|| Ohio: OU is looking to recover from a loaded MAC schedule last year that left the Bobcats with a 2-10 record.|| 7 p.m.|
|Oct. 9|| Alabama: Coach Mike Shula will try to improve on his inaugural 4-9 year with the Tide, who are still on probation. || 7 p.m.|
|Oct. 16|| South Carolina: After 5-7 season, Lou Holtz took away the offensive coordinator position from his son Skip - and gave it to himself.
| 7 p.m.|
|Oct. 23|| at Auburn: QB Jason Campbell (2,267 passing yards) and RB Carnell Williams (1,307 rushing yards) both return. || TBA |
|Oct. 30|| at Mississippi State: New head coach Sylvester Croom, the first black coach in the Southeastern Conference.|| TBA |
|Nov. 6|| Georgia: One of nation's best again led by the Davids - QB David Greene on offense and DE David Pollack on defense.|| 1 p.m.|
|Nov. 13|| Vanderbilt: The Commodores went 2-10 last year - and beat UK. || 1 p.m.|
|Nov. 27|| at Tennessee: Only nine starters return to the Vols, who have won 19 straight meetings with the Wildcats. || TBA |