UK looked to be cruising leading Miss. St at the half 46-34 and would lead by as much as 18 points early in the 2nd half. That was before the wheels came off and the Cats nearly gave this game away. Kentucky was outscored 47-42 in the second half. Kentucky was led by Fox with 21. Monk chipped in 14, Willis & Gabriel had 13. Briscoe had 12 Hawkins & Adebayo 5 each, Humphries had 4 and Wynard rounded out the scoring with 1 point.
A crowd of 22,686 fans packed the KFC Yum Center to see the latest heavyweight matchup featuring the No. 14 Louisville Cardinals against No. 7 Duke Blue Devils. A team with eight McDonalds’s All-Americans learned just how difficult it is to win in the Yum Center. Continue reading Cards down Blue Devils 78 – 69
Junior wide receiver caught 31 passes for 670 yards and four touchdowns in 2016
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky football wide receiver Jeff Badet has announced his plan to transfer, head coach Mark Stoops announced today. Badet, a junior in eligibility, is on track to graduate in May with a degree in agricultural economics and plans to play his final season for another program. Continue reading UK Football’s Jeff Badet Announces Plan to Transfer
Vanderbilt’s Memorial Gym has always been a hard place for opposing teams to play. The facility built in 1952 to honor students and others who were killed during World War II has a very unique design. This Gym was built as a multi-purpose building, so they built the floor above some seats to give it a stage appearance and the sidelines are a lot farther from the stands than most arenas.
Kentucky won their fifth SEC game in a contest that was more challenging than the ending score indicated. The 92-72 victory was a close match for the better part of their fight against Auburn, but the Wildcats pulled away at the end to win by 20 points. Continue reading UK Beats Auburn to Remain Perfect in the SEC
1/12/2017 | Men’s Basketball | Box Score
MOREHEAD, Ky. – Morehead State men’s basketball (6-11, 2-2 Ohio Valley Conference) dropped an 84-78 decision to Belmont (10-4, 4-0 OVC) Thursday night, despite an electric atmosphere in the season’s first nationally televised game at Johnson Arena.
Kentucky vs. Alabama – Coleman Coliseum – Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Jan. 12, 2017 – FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 71, Texas A&M 54 Continue reading UK WBB: Postgame Notes – Kentucky 71, Alabama 54
Rick Pitino said in his postgame press conference after his team beat Pittsburgh 85 – 80 that if you just took a look at the statistics on the season and not the Louisville name, you would think they had only six or seven wins. This is coming from the coach of the No. 14 Louisville Cardinals. Even more impressive is the fact that the Cards improved to 14 – 3 with the win. This all coming against a top five schedule and with wins over Kentucky, Indiana, Purdue, and Wichita State. Continue reading Cards Survive 85 – 80 Over Pittsburgh
Ty Back is a native of Breathitt County Kentucky where he currently lives with his beautiful wife Stefaine and their daughter Parker. Ty’s hobbies include watching and playing sports, 4-wheeling with his family, hunting, playing music, dirt track races, tubing at the lake, old cars, jeeps, motorcycles, riding horses, and vacationing with family. He is currently and always has been a University of Kentucky Wildcat fan and is honored to be a current employee of the University of Kentucky. Continue reading Ty Back – Contributing Writer
With one of the toughest schedules of Rick Pitino’s tenure, the ninth ranked Louisville Cardinals need to win on the road in the ACC. Already with a home loss to Virginia, the Cards needed this game against No. 23 Notre Dame to avoid falling to 0 – 2 in the conference. Continue reading Cards Have No Luck against the Irish