| Overall UK Wins: 27 | Overall UK Losses: 3 | Win % 90 |
Date of Birth: September 4, 1912
Date of Death: February 1, 1980
Hometown: Laurel, MS
Alma Mater: Mississippi State 
For a generalized listing of officials, please consult this page.
|2/3/1941||Kentucky at Alabama||W||38 - 36||15||10||13||23||0||0||-||Referee - Bowser Chest (Tennessee) and Umpire - Fred Walters (Mississippi)|
|2/27/1941||Kentucky vs. Mississippi||W||62 - 52||21||20||30||24||2||3||-||Bowser Chest (Nashville) and Fred Walters (Laurel, MS)|
|3/1/1941||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||39 - 37||17||11||13||19||0||0||-||Bowser Chest (Nashville) and Fred Walters (Laurel, MS)|
|2/2/1942||Kentucky at Alabama||L||35 - 41||18||12||12||19||3||0||Carl Staker (ejected) for intentional foul on Jim Roth||Referee - Bowser Chest (Nashville) and Umpire - Fred Walters (Mississippi State)|
|2/26/1942||Kentucky vs. Florida||W||42 - 36||10||10||11||11||0||1||-||Referee - Fred Walters (Laurel, MS) and Umpire - Dan Tehan (Cincinnati)|
|2/27/1942||Kentucky vs. Mississippi||W||59 - 32||14||15||17||17||0||2||UK's Ermal Allen for asking referee Fred Walters to pay attention to holding by an Ole Miss player [called by Fred Walters]; Carl Staker for kicking the ball after being called for travel||Referee - Dan Tehan (Cincinnati) and Umpire - Fred Walters (Laurel, MS)|
|3/2/1945||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||68 - 37||14||16||17||20||0||1||-||Bowser Chest and Fred Walters|
|3/3/1945||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||52 - 41||16||13||16||17||0||0||-||Fred Walters and Jim Beiersdorfer|
|12/30/1946||Kentucky vs. Oklahoma A&M||L||31 - 37||14||9||13||17||0||0||-||Referee - Fred Walters and Umpire - Ray Mock|
|2/3/1947||Kentucky at Alabama||W||48 - 37||19||16||23||25||1||0||-||Referee - Red Houston (Alabama) and Umpire - Fred Walters (Mississippi State)|
|2/5/1948||Kentucky at Alabama||W||41 - 31||16||18||18||19||0||1||-||Bowser Chest and Fred Walters|
|2/7/1948||Kentucky vs. Washington (St. Louis)||W||69 - 39||28||17||22||33||1||0||-||Fred Walters (L.S.U.) and Clay Van Reen (St. Louis University)|
|2/3/1949||Kentucky vs. Mississippi||W||75 - 45||14||18||21||19||0||1||-||Fred Walters (Mississippi State) and Bowser Chest (Nashville)|
|2/8/1949||Tennessee at Kentucky||W||71 - 56||18||12||16||21||1||0||-||Dan Tehan and Fred Walters|
|2/16/1949||Mississippi at Kentucky||W||85 - 31||13||20||27||15||0||1||-||Bowser Chest and Fred Walters|
|1/16/1950||Kentucky at Georgia Tech||W||61 - 47||21||18||19||22||1||1||-||Fred Walters and Bobby Bowers|
|1/17/1950||Kentucky at Georgia||L||60 - 71||18||17||20||23||0||2||-||Fred Walters and Bobby Bowers|
|3/4/1950||Kentucky vs. Tennessee||W||95 - 58||18||18||23||29||0||2||Jim Line [called by Fred Walters]||Fred Walters and Bowser Chest|
|2/23/1951||Georgia at Kentucky||W||88 - 41||18||17||22||21||0||0||-||Hollis Wilson and Fred Walters|
|2/24/1951||Vanderbilt at Kentucky||W||89 - 57||22||19||21||25||1||1||-||Fred Walters and Hollis Wilson|
|2/18/1954||Tennessee at Kentucky||W||90 - 63||27||21||34||37||2||0||-||Ike Craig and Fred Walters|
|3/1/1954||Kentucky at Alabama||W||68 - 43||14||15||22||22||0||1||-||Dan Tehan and Fred Walters|
|3/9/1954||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||63 - 56||18||14||20||25||1||0||-||Fred Walters and Hollis Wilson|
|1/17/1955||Kentucky at Louisiana State||W||64 - 62||12||10||17||19||0||0||-||Fred Walters and ????|
|2/5/1955||Kentucky vs. Mississippi||W||84 - 66||15||12||21||31||0||1||-||Hollis Wilson (S.E. LA Inst.) and Fred Walters (Mississippi State)|
|2/26/1955||Auburn at Kentucky||W||93 - 59||23||16||30||43||0||1||-||Fred Walters and Clyde Castle|
|2/28/1955||Alabama at Kentucky||W||66 - 52||17||10||16||26||1||0||-||Clyde Castle and Fred Walters|
|3/5/1955||Tennessee at Kentucky||W||104 - 61||19||20||37||37||0||1||-||Fred Walters and Hollis Wilson|
|12/3/1955||Kentucky at Louisiana State||W||62 - 52||16||19||29||28||1||0||-||Fred Walters and Hollis Wilson|
|2/4/1956||Kentucky vs. Auburn||W||82 - 81||19||19||30||34||1||1||-||Hollis Wilson and Fred Walters|
Obituary - Hattiesburg (MI) American (February 2, 1980)
Fred J. Walters of Laurel Dies; Services Sunday
LAUREL - Services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the First United Methodist Church for Fred J. Walters, a Mississippi sports figure for half a century.
Mr. Walters, 67, died Friday at Laurel General Hospital.
The Rev. Homer C. Peden will officiate. Burial for the former Mississippi State University football standout will follow in Hickory Grove Cemetery in Laurel.
Walters played professional baseball for the Boston Red Sox and then worked in their minor league organization for several years, managing six teams, including clubs in Birmingham, Ala., and New Orleans.
He was also a Southeastern Conference football and basketball official for 20 years, and served as sheriff of Jones County.
In addition to winning a place in the Mississippi State University Hall of Fame, Walters also was elected to the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.
Walters was part-owner of a hotel in Laurel and sponsored an annual wild game cookout in the city.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Rose Helen Walker Walters; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Birr of Philadelphia Penn., and Mrs. Patricia Biskey of Atlanat, Ga.; his mother, Mrs. Pearl Tisdale of Laurel; two brothers, Harry J. and Billy Walters, both of Baton Rouge La.; one aunt, Mrs. I.O. (Mamie) Fowler of Laurel; and five grandchildren.