|1967 Kentucky Wildcats football|
|1967 record||2–8 (1–6 SEC)|
|Head coach||Charlie Bradshaw (6th season)|
|Home stadium||Stoll Field/McLean Stadium|
|1967 SEC football standings|
|#2/2 Tennessee †||6||–||0||–||0||9||–||2||–||0|
|† – Conference champion |
Rankings from AP Poll / Coaches' Poll
On September 30, Kentucky running back Nathaniel "Nate" Northington became the first African-American scholarship athlete to play in an Southeastern Conference game in the Wildcats' home game against Ole Miss.[lower-alpha 1] His debut was bittersweet as it came the day after the death of Greg Page, an African-American defensive end who had arrived at UK alongside Northington. Page died from complications of a paralyzing spinal cord injury suffered in an August 22 practice. Northington only played for three minutes before suffering a separated shoulder, and the Wildcats would lose 26–13.
- Kindred, Dave. "The Forgotten Trailblazer". http://www.sportsonearth.com/article/63673094/nate-northington-sec-segregation-university-of-kentucky-ole-miss. Retrieved November 5, 2013.
- "Tulane Mourns the Passing of Integration Pioneer Stephen Martin Sr." (Press release). Tulane Green Wave. May 16, 2013. http://tulanegreenwave.com/news/2013/5/16/Tulane_Mourns_the_Passing_of_Integration_Pioneer_Stephen_Martin_Sr_.aspx. Retrieved January 30, 2018.
- Story, Mark (September 22, 2016). "UK reveals sculpture honoring first black football players". Lexington Herald-Leader. http://www.kentucky.com/sports/college/kentucky-sports/uk-football/article103568827.html. Retrieved January 30, 2018.
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