Florida gave itself some breathing room in the SEC East race by cruising past UK for the team’s first win in their last six tries against the Wildcats.
It wasn’t the blowout that happened at Auburn three weeks ago, but UK won comfortably 72-62 Saturday afternoon at Rupp.
UK took care of business Tuesday night in Rupp Arena, leading by 21 at halftime and never by less than 15 the rest of the way.
Coming off arguably the biggest win of the season, UK narrowly avoided being swept by Texas A&M winning in overtime 72-68 Saturday afternoon in College Station TX.
You thought the 33-23 win on the Football Field settled it..NOT online! There is a (Lovely) REMATCH brewing on the web!
For those that didn't believe in Louisville, it's time to be silent.
Well Charlie Strong plans to remain in Louisville and Mark Stoops comes in to take over in Lexington with lofty goals. All that said, what is the aftermath of all of this? What will come of it? Will all this irresponsible media reporting really bring about the end of the world as the Mayans predicted. Short answer, I-don'know.
To get national respect, coach Charlie Strong and company need to beat Florida on the national stage.
Chip Heuser has made a name for himself locally and nationally as a stand-out pole vaulter but more than that he's made a name for himself as a stand-out person giving back to the community whenever he can.
I'm already looking toward the Olympics, and as such have turned my attention to a local standout at the last "summer games."
Second baseman Dan Uggla has a fan club who called themselves "the Ugglies"- I'm not even making that up. That alone was a good enough reason to highlight the Louisvillian by birth in today's Sports legends of the Ville story.
Punk rockers play the final set on the festival's East Stage
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