The Governor's Cup added another chapter on Saturday in a game with a long and rich history.
Yesterday, I looked at some of the area top college football players and major awards that they were on the watch list for, there were a few awards that I wasn’t able to look at due to space though and I’m taking a moment to do that now.
Going into the college football season, several area athletes are on watch lists for a number of prestigious awards.
Well, folks as we get ready for college football let's take a look at some area schools, where they are in terms of team development and there schedules.
The NBA Draft commenced last Thursday, and was filled with suprises and area athletes.
The University of Kentucky may not have made it to the NCAA tournament this year but they are represented in the NBA final four.
A Card and Cat champ are in the news but for two very different things.
The Capital One Cup has been awarding the best all around sports programs in the NCAA for the past two years, and several local colleges are in the hunt in major ways this year.
As the new WNBA drafts adjust to the pros, the NBA is prepping for their summer draft. And, in both leagues they are looking locally.
And it's about time.
After missing the NCAA tournament for the first time under John Calipari, the Kentucky Wildcats quickly demonstrated they had little interest in the NIT, falling to Robert Morris 59-57 in Moon Township PA Tuesday night.
In the end, UK’s bad losses outweighed its good wins, especially in the wake of losing star player Nerlens Noel to injury, as they became the first defending champion to be left out of the NCAA tournament since 2010.