Leaders of the University of Kentucky faculty are calling on the university to reject a request from its athletic association for a $3.1 million loan to pay for new scoreboards for the football stadium, The Lexington Herald-Leader reported. Athletics officials say that they need the new video scoreboards, and can find private sources for about half of the $6.25 million cost. Faculty leaders, however, have noted that the university has been making major budget cuts, raising questions about why scoreboards should get limited available funds.
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