UK1 300LEXINGTON, Ky. (6/28/13) – The University of Kentucky Athletics Department official website, UKathletics.com, including UK Athletics' official blog Cat Scratches, will be undergoing maintenance and be unable to be updated starting Monday, July 1 at 11 p.m. ET and running through sometime Thursday, July 4. Although the website will not be able to be updated, certain components will still be visible to all users.
 
UK Athletics encourages fans and frequent viewers of the website to go to Kentucky's official Facebook pages or to follow UK Athletics' official Twitter accounts for the most up-to-date information about UK Athletics during the maintenance days. Fans can also go to official Facebook and Twitter accounts for several sports and coaches for updated information. A full list of official Facebook and Twitter accounts are listed below.
 
The cause for the maintenance is due to UK Athletics' host site being moved from its core infrastructure to a new data center. As a result of this move, UKathletics.com will see a significant expansion of its core infrastructure environment and network connectivity.
 
The move is expected to be completed within 48 to 72 hours. Throughout the move, UKathletics.com will remain visible to the world, but UK Athletics will be unable to post new content to the website during this move.
 
Official Twitter and Facebook accounts:
Main news Twitter account - @UKAthleticsNews
Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart - @UKMitchBarnhart
Facebook Fan Page - http://www.facebook.com/UKKentuckyWildcats
 
Link to a full list of Twitter and Facebook accounts:
http://www.ukathletics.com/athletic-dept/social-networking.html
 
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Information provided by Wesley Crane (UK Athletics)

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