May 1, 2017

Kentucky – No Longer “Just A Basketball School”

Kentucky is a basketball school.  It must be true because I’ve read it on the internet for years.  Well, that’s the popular narrative, especially from rival […]
March 17, 2017

Mitchell’s Cats Survive 1st Round, Defeat Belmont 73-70

When you’re a 4 seed and open the NCAA Tournament against a 13 seed, it’s easy to assume the game will be little more than a […]
January 15, 2017

Cats Don’t Get Much Fight From Dogs, Down UGA 82-61

Since entering conference play, the Cats have been fighting to get over the .500 hump and post a winning record in the SEC.   Sunday’s game […]
December 2, 2016

Epps Scores 30, Morris 19 As Cats Drop #12 Oklahoma

Matthew Mitchell reminded reporters on Sunday after the Cats’ win over Samford that Kentucky was in for a “tough December.”   Now here it was,  the […]
November 27, 2016

Women Complete Wildcat Weekend Trifecta

It was a weekend filled with Wildcats, as the men played UT-Martin Friday night and the football team had their annual battle for the Governor’s Cup […]
October 28, 2016

10 Days, 10 Things Learned

Ten days in October.  That’s all it took for me to learn 10 pretty important things.  From October 14 through October 23, here’s what was revealed: […]
September 26, 2016

Coach Dunn—Back to Work

By LARRY VAUGHT After spending 44 years coaching basketball at every level, Lin Dunn retired in the summer of 2014 to become a full-time consultant for […]