Multiple news outlets are reporting that Billy Gillispie, former coach of both Texas A&M and Kentucky, will be in attendance Saturday as UK looks to avenge its first conference home loss under John Calipari.
Day two of the LIT Girl's basketball tournament saw a collection of solid games and outstanding team and single play.
The annual Girl's LIT tournament started up yesterday at Bellarmine and with it one of the most prestigious events for high school girl's basketball in the area.
UK finally got the win over a ranked opponent it so desperately needed beating #16 Ole Miss Tuesday night in Oxford MS.
Even short handed (minus Wayne Blackshear and Kevin Ware), the Cards gutted out a tough win at home.
Alex Poythress comes alive as the Cats narrowly avoid what would have been a devastating blow to their NCAA tournament resume.
The Cards need to solve the mysteries of the game and quickly so they can get back to their previous elite status.
In a game that could serve as a microcosm of the up and down year UK is having, the Cats go nearly eight minutes in the 2nd half without a field goal and fall on the road to the Crimson Tide.
The Cards drop two in a row as they go into the teeth of their Big East schedule. Not good.
Without Willie Cauley-Stein, the Cats went into a hostile environment and demonstrated they are a team that can get a 20 point lead and hold it, a capability John Calipari had doubted earlier in the week.
Being number one was nice while it lasted.
The Globetrotters return to Louisville on Sunday, which made me think about some of the local talent that has been on the Trotters roster; with that in mind I decided to find out.