February 19, 2018

Not That They Need It, But Steph Curry and LeBron James Added to Their Legacy

Steph Curry and LeBron James are well on their way to having drop the mic type careers. Both have won multiple MVP Awards and NBA championships. Both have spots in […]
February 15, 2018

Kentucky Fights, Falls Short at Auburn

The Kentucky Wildcats arrived at Auburn with literally a myriad of scenarios as to how the outcome of the game would play out. Mired in a three-game losing streak and […]
February 3, 2018

Forgettable First Half Too Much For Kentucky to Overcome

The road is tough for everyone in SEC play this year and this was the case for Kentucky as they fell 69-60 to Missouri. The first 20 minutes were brutally […]
January 29, 2018

The Rematch With Vanderbilt Is a Perfect Opportunity For Kentucky to Show Continued Growth

The Vanderbilt game? Continued growth? What am I talking about? Let me explain myself. Prior to their win over No. 7 West Virginia in Morgantown, Kentucky’s biggest win of the […]
January 27, 2018

Kentucky, On the Verge of Being Blown Out Several Times, Fights Back to Defeat West Virginia 83-76

The Kentucky Wildcats made their first trip back to Morgantown, WV in nearly half a century. The narrative going in was a combination that didn’t bode well for Kentucky either […]
January 26, 2018

The Houston Rockets Have Remained Obsessed in Spite of Some Adversity and Now Look to Really Find Their Groove

The mindset for the Houston Rockets has been very direct all season long. It started at the top with General Manager Daryl Morey, who placed the target on the Golden […]
January 15, 2018

The SEC Gives Shai Gilgeous-Alexander His Props

Kentucky fans know that this young team has had different guys take turns at being the best and most consistent player on the team, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander has been at the […]
January 8, 2018

P.J. Washington is Playing His Best Basketball Just In Time For His Toughest Test to Date

The Kentucky Wildcats (12-3, 2-1 SEC) run of tough, desperate opponents will continue Tuesday evening in Rupp Arena. After getting “out toughed” in Knoxville the Cats will welcome in a team […]
January 7, 2018

Thompson-Boling Troubles Continue, Rough Second Half Does Kentucky In

The Kentucky Wildcats came into Knoxville looking to change the run of recent outcomes on the road against the Tennessee Volunteers. It turned out to be a replay of the […]
January 3, 2018

Mitch Barnhart Takes to Twitter to Share His Thoughts on Benny Snell’s Ejection

The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl was played nearly one week ago and Kentucky’s next game will kick off a little more than eight months from now. Yet that […]
December 29, 2017

Kentucky Falls to Northwestern in a Wild, Zany, Baffling Music City Bowl

The 2oth Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl kicked off from a chilly Nissan Stadium in Nashville. The Kentucky Wildcats have participated in 25% of these post season contests as […]
December 23, 2017

UCLA, Three Ball too Much as Kentucky Falls to the Bruins

It wasn’t easy down in New Orleans for Kentucky this afternoon as the Wildcats fell to the UCLA Bruins 83-75 at the Smoothie King Center. There were glimmers of promise […]
December 18, 2017

Hamidou Diallo’s Work Did Not Go Unnoticed

Remember when the Kentucky Wildcats were playing games virtually every other day? Now we have reached the one game a week Camp Cal portion of the schedule. Hamidou Diallo simply […]
December 16, 2017

Kentucky Takes the Hokies and Turns Them All Around Just Enough

The Kentucky Wildcats did the thing that every last one of us has done at some point(s) in our lives, learned the hard way. Everybody who knew anything at all […]
December 1, 2017

Benny Snell Has Earned the Respect That Kentucky Football Is Seeking

When Benny Snell’s name is mentioned, what comes to mind? Heart, toughness, power, competitive fire, the fact that he’s just as great off the field as he is on it. […]
November 23, 2017

The NBA Overreaction Game Is Strong, But This Won’t Be One of Them

The NBA season started about two weeks earlier that it traditionally has in years past. That means the overreactions were able to start circulating at an earlier pace as well. […]
November 11, 2017

Mountains, Music, “Muggins” and More With Trampus King

More often than not, when talking to and interacting with people you will find that they are proud of where they are from. Typically they will have fond memories of […]
October 29, 2017

Kentucky Football: A Win Over Tennessee Is a Win Over Tennessee Is a Win Over Tennessee

Technically Bill Ransdell’s reign (a 17-12 win in Neyland Stadium in 1984) as the last quarterback to lead Kentucky football to a win over Tennessee ended in 2011 when the […]
October 22, 2017

Starkville Struggles, Kentucky Falls To Mississippi State 45-7

There have been some repetitive scores in Kentucky football history that conjure up a wide array of memories every time they’re spoken about. What exactly am I talking about? Take […]
October 18, 2017

The Houston Rockets Rolled Into Oracle and Ruined the Warriors’ Ring Night

The NBA greeted us earlier than ever with the Houston Rockets capping off opening night at Oracle Arena against the Golden State Warriors. It was opening night, Adam Silver was […]