New Year’s Eve marks the annual celebration of why Kentucky is a basketball state. For one day, those who bleed blue will proudly defend University of Kentucky’s superior talents to those of U of L, to the final buzzer. A high stakes game on New Year’s Eve will set the tone for the new year and put to end the endless speculation about which team is the best in the Bluegrass
Rick Pitino said his team would not hold a press conference prior to Saturday’s matchup against Kentucky. What it does mean though for those with an insatiable thirst for all things ‘Cats-Cards is these may be the only quotes from the Louisville side prior to Saturday.
What are you doing New Year’s Eve? Here’s plenty of options to help you decide.
The Greyhounds of Loyola Univeristy Maryland put up a decent fight and trailed by only 6 at the half, but could not keep the momentum going through the second half and fell to the No. 3 Wildcats, 87-63.
Two games in one week, both at home; UK takes the opportunity to capitalize on the home court advantage against Loyola as fans just want it over already so the Cats can play Louisville come New Year’s Eve.
The Wildcats win over the Mocs of Chattanooga in the first of five straight home games. Jones hurt his finger, Lamb almost lost an eye, and no one could stop Davis from dunking.
Coming off a heavy loss to Indiana nearly a week ago, the Wildcats seem prepared to take on University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, tomorrow. Both Kentucky and Chattanooga are well into the season and look forward to meeting on the hardwood.
The scene in Bloomington was red madness and the fans made sure UK knew they were there to support their IU squad. A disappointing outcome for the Wildcats on their first road trip came as Jones failed to do anything, Davis played aggressively and landed four fouls, and Teague struggled in the first half. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist stole the show.
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The University of Louisville and University of Kentucky women's basketball teams are suiting up for their upcoming home stands. In honor of that I'm going to take a look at some of the past stars on both teams.
TU and UK will meet tonight at Rupp for the 15th time, the first time in over 100 years, and someone will lead the series at the final buzzer.