After facing a challenging early schedule, John Calipari has the Cats facing a steady stream of lesser opponents ahead of their visit to the Louisville December 29th.
A lot of talk has happened recently regarding Louisville and Kentucky's football coaching situation. With that in mind, I thought I'd take a look at the two programs' most succesful coaches.
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.
Despite the easy win, Calipari still see room for improvement.
I don’t care about sports. But you might. Join authors Ryan Clark and Joe Cox at Carmichael’s Bookstore as they present their new book, ‘100 Things Wildcats Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die’ this Saturday, December 8th at 3:30pm.
The Joker Phillips era in Kentucky football has concluded but how does the school officially close the chapter? And for that matter, where does the program go from here?
Central High School went in to Henry County on Friday with high expectations which they lived up to with an exclamation point. Also, what's happening in high school football state wide?
Teddy Bridgewater and company are that good. The Wildcats, not so much.
It should be Strong's year, but the Joker could also be wild.
The NBA draft is set to kick off pretty soon; so I think a little bit of analysis on the past and present is in order.
Recently I sought out on a quest to secure a collection of autographs for future delivery- this is that story
“At the end of the day, everybody still puts their hand over their heart when ‘My Old Kentucky Home’ is played.”