Continuing to look at the All-Cards and All-Cats teams in preparation for Saturday's Louisville-Kentucky game, I turn my attention to Kentucky's offensive team.
The reason Kentucky will win this year's game isn't because they are the better team. It's because... well, somebody has to win it.
Continuing an analysis of all-stars from UofL and UK football in correlation with the rivalry game on Saturday today I take a look at my picks for an "All-Cards" defensive squad. Make sure to check out yesterday's article where I take a look at offense.
Local news for Sept. 2, 2011
The Paul Hornung award is marking itself as one of the most prestigious in college football today, and a new local business sponsorship should only make that stronger.
Now comes that all important time in the NFL when teams look to the free-agent wire, this is good news for several Cards and Cats.
Well, the sports world's attention has turned once again to the football pre-season, as high schools and colleges in the area start suiting up for practice.
For most taking part, the trip to Louisville was just another step towards reaching their personal goals and dreams of playing professional basketball. For others it was all about the experience of trying out and seeing where they measured up against solid competition.
Later this month, the NBA will hold it's annual draft and several notables locally have entered this field.
Kentucky's 1996 Men's basketball team contained nine future NBA stars, among the standouts of the stars though: Derek Anderson- and that's who are sports legend of the Ville highlight is today.
The MLB's draft kicked off last night and several local talents will be heading to the majors.
A Wildcat legend will be competing tonight in game one for the NBA finals in Miami.