February 8, 2018

90 Minutes to Save a Season, and Era, in Cleveland

Last night LeBron James blocked Jimmy Butler’s potential game winning shot to set up a game winning mid range jumper with exactly one second left on the clock. It was […]
October 24, 2017

Who We Are

I work as a reporter for our town’s newspaper. It isn’t my only job, I’ll get into that later, but it has taught me quite a bit. Recently while interviewing […]
July 6, 2017

VIDEO: Zach Summers Tours UK Athletics

Yesterday, the Cameron Mills Radio Team had the opportunity to meet Zach Summers and give him a tour of the heart of BBN. The Raw Video is below. Share and […]
February 13, 2017

Pre-Order Your Copy of “The Team” on DVD!

You asked for it, and now it’s here! You can be the first to own “The Team” on DVD by pre-ordering your copy here on CameronMillsRadio.com. You’ll receive your copy […]
February 8, 2017

Closing Time, One Last Call

Kentucky regained its winning ways Tuesday against the visiting LSU Tigers. If that’s the headline you’re looking for, you probably don’t see a cause for concern. After all, a win […]
January 16, 2017

Foul Play

As I sat on media row keeping track of various story lines developing throughout the evening at Rupp Arena on Saturday night, which included everything from Diallo’s entrance with the […]
December 21, 2016

Wrestle Wednesday, The Bluegrass Spectacular Edition

Every Wednesday here on CameronMillsRadio.com, I will reach into the archives and find some classic wrestling related moments that happened here in Lexington, KY.   This week we dig a […]
December 14, 2016

Liggins and Harrison Start In Face Off, Rematch Tonight

In what turned out to be a fun game to watch despite the score, Andrew Harrison and the Grizzlies fell to DeAndre Liggins and the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-86 last night […]
December 14, 2016

Wrestle Wednesday

Every Wednesday here on CameronMillsRadio.com, I will reach into the archives and find some classic wrestling related moments that happened here in Lexington, KY.    Kentucky has been home to […]
December 12, 2016

Two Former Cats Face Off Tomorrow.

If you’re looking to see two former Cats go head to head in a premier game for the NBA, look no further than Tuesday night. The Memphis Grizzlies arrive in […]
December 12, 2016

“Ready to bite.”

It’s been an incredible week in Cleveland, or as it’s lovingly referred to, “The Land”. After a three game skid that had folks in the media wondering what was going […]
December 6, 2016

Liggins Steps Up in Cavaliers Time of Need

This summer on Cameron Radio we talked about which NBA Cats would make the most of their opportunities this season, so far I don’t think any of our predictions have […]
December 3, 2016

Defy, That’s All Folks

Twenty years later, we see now more than ever how Space Jam defined an entire generation, and we needed it.   I turned twenty three this year in September. I […]
November 21, 2016

“Final Fours and National Titles.”

To describe Sunday evening as a defining moment for this season may not be completely unwarranted. Sure, the opponent wasn’t a top 25 team, or one that was ever predicted […]
November 8, 2016

Sorry Chicago, Your Title Didn’t Mean As Much As Cleveland’s

Let’s start this off with a nod to 2016. What a year for sports. The two biggest events of the year? Well, they are pretty related. The Cleveland Cavaliers and […]
September 28, 2016

Mikel Horton Transfers, 2014 Recruit Exits Rise To 10

  In 2014 things were looking pretty good for Kentucky Football. Optimism for Mark Stoops was at a high point, and rightfully so. His 2014 recruiting class was ranked 18th […]
September 22, 2016

The Power of Pride: The Lost History of Lexington Mall

  All mall images via abandonedonline.net and Kentucky.com I have the strangest hobby of wanting to learn more about the most obscure of things. Things that don’t really get much […]
September 20, 2016

Michael Jordan’s Forgotten Past With Lexington, KY

When it comes to college basketball rivalries, look no further than a handful of timeless programs including Duke and North Carolina or Louisville and Kentucky to see that those rivalries […]
September 7, 2016

DeAndre Ayton chooses Arizona

The number one overall ranked player in the country by ESPN has chosen to play at Arizona, bypassing offers from Kentucky and Kansas among others. Ayton chose Arizona live on […]
September 7, 2016

Drake performs in Devin Booker jersey at Phoenix concert

Drake, who has been a card carrying member of the Big Blue Nation over the last few years, represented the Bluegrass once again this week. Last night during a performance […]