Potential 2014 NCAA Tournament Showdowns: Kentucky Wildcats vs. Wichita State Shockers
In this potential 2014 NCAA Tournament showdown, I’ve picked two teams that were on opposite ends of the college basketball spectrum to start the season. The preseason No. 1 overall Kentucky Wildcats were favored to go the entirety of the […]
Kentucky Basketball Running Out of Time to Make Lasting Impact
The Kentucky Wildcats entered the 2013-14 season with very, very high expectations. The team was ranked either near or at the top of most preseason polls, and the feeling around the Bluegrass State was that this was the team that […]
Julius Randle Shows Once Again Why He’s Best Big Man In College Basketball
Although the final score of 84-70 doesn’t indicate this was a close game, the Ole Miss Rebels nearly pulled the upset over the 18th ranked Kentucky Wildcats. Julius Randle recorded his third straight double-double, however, and was the only reason […]
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Kentucky Wildcats Get Key Contributions from Jon Hood, Jarrod Polson on Saturday
Since becoming head coach of the Kentucky Wildcats, John Calipari has become known for coaching teams loaded with freshmen. Coach Cal has taken advantage of the so called “one and done” rule more than any coach in the college game. […]
Kentucky Wildcats Deal Crushing Blow to Missouri Tigers’ NCAA Tourney Hopes
On Saturday afternoon, the Missouri Tigers fell at home to the Kentucky Wildcats 84-79, dealing a devastating blow to Mizzou’s NCAA Tournament hopes. With a weak schedule and playing in a weak conference, the Tigers blew one of their only […]
John Calipari Has Built an NBA Player Factory at Kentucky
The Kentucky Wildcats once again have one of the best recruiting classes in the nation, but John Calipari and the Wildcats are looking to add to an already talented haul of incoming freshmen. Calipari already has three five-star recruits signed […]
Which Wins Out When Kentucky’s Talented Youth Meets Tennessee’s Size and Experience?
The last time that Tennessee and Kentucky squared off the Volunteers embarrassed the Wildcats, and those aren’t my words; those are the words of Kentucky sophomore forward Alex Poythress. In an interview Friday, Poythress said “they came and embarrassed us” […]
Are the Kentucky Wildcats on Upset Alert vs. Arkansas Razorbacks?
The Kentucky Wildcats have entered SEC play with high expectations after failing to live up to their talent during the non-conference portion of their schedule. With three early season losses to the North Carolina Tar Heels, Baylor Bears and Michigan […]
Why Kentucky Wildcats Won’t Win the SEC
The preseason No. 1 Kentucky Wildcats are hands down one of the most talented teams in all of college basketball, but have already fallen short of expectations. The early loss to the No. 2 Michigan State Spartans could easily be […]
Kentucky Youngsters Show Grit In Victory Over Louisville
Kentucky has had its moments this season where its youthful roster played like an inexperience team in close situations. This was exactly not the case as the Wildcats prevailed over Louisville (73-66) behind the wonderful play of freshman Andrew Harrison and […]