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An Ode To Kentucky Seniors Jarrod Polson and Jon Hood

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imageTuesday night in Rupp Arena is going to be a emotional game as Senior Night is here. Kentucky will honor seniors Jarrod Polson and Jon Hood for their services in Lexington on and off the court. Starting with Jarrod Polson who is a four-year point guard from Wilmore, KY and attended West Jessamine High. He […]

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Taking A Look Into Calipari’s Bench Play Over His Tenure At Kentucky

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Kentucky basketball is now half way through year five of the John Calipari era. He took over during the 2009-10 season after leaving Memphis. Calipari entered Lexington and brought along the Nation’s number one recruiting class that Included John Wall, Demarcus Cousins, Eric Bledose and Daniel Orton. Now, we all have become very familiar with […]

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Kentucky Handles Mississippi State 85-63 To Open Conference Play

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Conference play started for Kentucky tonight as they hosted Mississippi State in Rupp Arena. The Cats have been off for eleven days, last action being the big victory over Louisville on December 28th. Tonight, UK took care of business, again, to begin SEC play 1-0. The game once again started out very slow for Kentucky. […]

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