| Overall UK Wins: 11 | Overall UK Losses: 3 | Win % 78.5 |
Date of Death: November 25, 1982
For a generalized listing of officials, please consult this page.
|1/16/1978||Mississippi at Kentucky||W||76 - 56||19||24||23||14||1||0||-||Bob Wortman and Jerry Yarbrough|
|12/2/1978||LaSalle at Kentucky||W||109 - 77||32||43||52||36||1||5||-||Ken Lauderdale, Don Rutledge and Jerry Yarbrough|
|1/27/1979||Florida at Kentucky||W||87 - 81||24||32||42||20||1||2||-||Ken Lauderdale, Jerry Yarbrough and Paul Galvan|
|2/23/1979||Vanderbilt at Kentucky||W||96 - 70||27||29||31||25||0||3||-||Ken Lauderdale, Jerry Yarbrough and Hank Nichols|
|12/10/1979||South Carolina at Kentucky||W||126 - 81||29||30||34||40||3||2||Sam Bowie||Burrell Crowell, Jerry Yarbrough and Hank Nichols|
|2/2/1980||Tennessee at Kentucky||W||83 - 75||36||35||46||40||5||1||-||Burrell Crowell, Jerry Yarbrough and Bobby Smith|
|2/9/1980||Kentucky at Alabama||W||72 - 63||16||17||17||14||0||0||None||Paul Galvan, Jerry Yarbrough and Ken Lauderdale|
|2/15/1980||Kentucky at Vanderbilt||W||91 - 73||28||20||25||31||2||0||Jones, Vanderbilt bench||Hank Nichols, Jerry Yarbrough and Bob Wortman|
|3/1/1980||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||L||78 - 80||18||16||14||17||0||0||None||Dale Kelley, Paul Galvan and Jerry Yarbrough|
|1/21/1981||Florida at Kentucky||W||102 - 48||21||22||25||15||1||2||None||Jim McDaniel, Mac Chauvin and Jerry Yarbrough|
|1/13/1982||Kentucky at Mississippi||L||65 - 67||28||20||20||26||1||0||None||Robert Hartsfield, Jerry Yarbrough and Wally Tanner|
|1/20/1982||Kentucky at Florida||W||91 - 76||27||30||47||34||2||1||None||Jerry Yarbrough, Lou Moser and Don Ferguson|
|2/20/1982||Kentucky at Vanderbilt||W||73 - 69||19||22||25||21||0||0||None||Jerry Yarbrough and ????|
|3/6/1982||Kentucky vs. Alabama||L||46 - 48||12||11||6||9||0||0||None||Paul Galvan, Jerry Yarbrough and Don Rutledge|
Obituary - Hendersonville (NC) Times-News (November 26, 1982)
Yarbrough, 41, was pronounced dead at Baptist Hospital in Memphis about 9 p.m. Friday.
He collapsed on the floor of the Mid-South Coliseum while working a game between Tulane and Wyoming.
Doctors and paramedics used electric shocks and a respirator in trying to bring him around as the game was stopped and players went to their dressing rooms. The game was delayed for about an hour.
Yarbrough was parks and recreation director for the city of Meridian, Miss., and a spokesman at Baptist Hospital said he died of a heart attack.
"When we went back to the dressing room while they were administering to him, we just put our heads down and prayed," said Tulane basketball Coach Ned Fowler. "I just told our players that it wasn't something that was in our hands."