Lexington, KY – Kentucky plays tentative as the UCLA Bruins for a second year in a row upset them as the #1 team in the land. It was the hot shooting that made the difference for UCLA as they increased on a three-point halftime lead and coasted to a 97-92 victory. The Bruins shot 53 percent for the game and made big shot after big shot, as the Wildcats could not get enough defensive pressure applied. The Cats on the other hand looked nothing like the team that blew away Arizona State in the Bahamas’. Continue reading Kentucky falls to UCLA 97-92 in game between Basketball Bluebloods
Hazard’s playoff run took them to the State Championship and early on looked as if they were going to pull it all off. Hazard jumped out to a 7-0 1st quarter lead when Cory Smith ran the ball in from 7 yards out. Beechwood would take the momentum away with two 2nd quarter scores for a 14-7 halftime lead. Continue reading High School Football – Hazard’s magical run comes to an end
To say that a game this early in the season is a must-win game is ludicrous. Or is it? Rick Pitino wanted his team to be 6 – 0 heading into tonight’s game against No. 15 Purdue. That wasn’t the case when Louisville lost to Baylor in the final of the Battle for Atlantis. The worst part was that the Cards had led by 22 at one point. Continue reading College Basketball – Cards Take Down Purdue 71 – 64
Breathitt Boys opened the season with a nice win over Prestonsburg at Breathitt.
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Rivalry games can bring out the best and the worst of teams. Today’s game pitting No. 11 Louisville verses unranked Kentucky was no different. Favored to lose by 26 points, the Wildcats pulled off the improbable 41 – 38 upset with the help of 581 yards of total offense and four Lamar Jackson turnovers. Continue reading College Football – Cards Fall to Kentucky in a Thriller
Friday, November 25, 2016 – The road to the Championship games are set for WKU next weekend. There are no real surprises in the matchups in each class. Here is Bluegrass Sports Nation’s breakdown of semi final games: Continue reading Championship Matchups very Intriguing in High School Football
MOREHEAD, Ky. – Morehead State women’s basketball (4-2) bounced back from its first road test of the season with a 63-55 victory over Chicago State (0-5) on Saturday afternoon at Johnson Arena. Continue reading Women’s basketball downs Chicago State behind another double-double from McKee
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Senior DeJuan Marrero led the way with 18 points and 13 rebounds as Morehead State men’s basketball fell 76-63 at Pittsburgh on Friday night. Continue reading Marrero records double-double in 76-63 loss at Pittsburgh
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A balanced inside/outside attack fueled the Eastern Kentucky University women’s basketball team’s 66-58 victory over Morgan State University on the first day of the Plaza Lights Classic hosted by the University of Missouri Kansas City on Friday.