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Future Cat Karl Towns Named Gatorade National Player of the Year

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Future Cat Karl Towns Named Gatorade National Player of the YearLast time Kentucky had the Gatorade National Player of the Year entering Lexington, Brandon Knight said him to the big blue nation. Well Cat fans, we have another coming to dawn the blue and white. Big man Karl Towns has been awarded the Gatorade POY award after averaging 20.9 points, 13.4 rebounds and 6.2 blocks […]

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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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Risinger Review: Is This Kentucky team National Championship Worthy?

By | Aaron Harrison, alabama crimson tide, Andrew Harrison, anthony grant, bbn, john calipari, Julius Randle, kentucky, Lexington, LSU, michigan state, National Champions, North Carolina, Rupp Arena, south carolina, Uncategorized | No Comments

We feel your painSorry for the hiatus guys, planning a wedding is not easy, but after a dreadful last week or so for the big blue faithful, I just have to vent. My frustrations  with this team do not compare to any of  Calipari’s teams. Not even last year’s doomed squad. Now I can get over a loss to a […]

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Game Outlook: Kentucky Hits The Road Versus South Carolina

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imageIt was a tough night in Lexington Thursday as Kentucky fell for the second time this season to Arkansas. It was the Razorback’s first win in Rupp Arena since 1994. It did not sit pretty for some fans as they took to social media bashing the players and the team. Head coach John Calipari also […]

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Game Outlook: Kentucky Hosting LSU Saturday Afternoon

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imageLSU comes to Rupp Arena Saturday for a 4:00pm tip versus Kentucky. The Tigers will look to steal win two versus UK this season after winning the matchup in Baton Rouge 87-82 January 28th. If you remember back, LSU absolutely controlled the entire first meeting. From the tip, the Tigers gained a quick lead, up […]

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Louisville Women Ranked 5th, Kentucky Women 9th in Latest AP Poll

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imageNot just the Men’s teams are having good years as the Women’s teams are too. This weeks Associated Press poll has been released with both Kentucky and Louisville ranked in the top ten, all chasing Connecticut. Starting with the Lady Cards who are tabbed as the 5th ranked team in America. Louisville will take on […]

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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 Hosting Mississippi State Wednesday Night

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Eleven days will pass since Kentucky last took the court, beating Louisville 73-66 in Rupp Arena. Wednesday night, UK will get back to action as Mississippi State heads to Lexington in attempts to knock off the 14th rated Cats. Mississippi State comes into Wednesday nights game with a 10-3 record, same as Kentucky. This is […]

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Kentucky Stats Heading Into Conference Play

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Conference play is right around the corner as Kentucky hosts Mississipi State Wednesday night. Currently, the Wildcats sit with a 10-3 record after last weekend’s big victory over rival Louisville. Julius Randle is leading the young Cats with 18.1 points, 10.6 rebounds per game. Three other guys, James Young, Aaron and Andrew Harrison all average […]

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Battle of the Bluegrass: A Look into Match-Ups Kentucky Likely to Face

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Merry Christmas Eve, Eve everyone as we our now just two days away from the big guy, Santa,. I expect he will be stopping by thousands of houses around the Commonwealth, delivering Kentucky fans a victory this coming Saturday while providing speeding tickets, hacks and coal to our beloved rival Louisville. As we go through […]

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