Kentucky is the favorite to win the NCAA Tournament and the team is also trying to complete a perfect season.
The Kentucky Wildcats are one of the favorites to win the National Championship this year and one fan has gone ahead and gotten a tattoo that already proclaims Kentucky the winner of the NCAA tournament.
Larry Brown — by virtue of winning both an NCAA title and an NBA title — is, undoubtedly, one of the most successful coaches in the history of basketball.
Actress and noted Kentucky Wildcats fan Ashley Judd was at yesterday’s SEC title game between UK and Arkansas in Nashville. ESPN Dick Vitale was also there covering the game and the two crossed paths prior to tip-off.
The Kentucky Wildcats are good and everyone knows it. But the Wildcats are starting to get into some rather rarified territory, as they continue to win and leave teams near them in the standings in the dust. Kentucky has now won 27 straight games, and are just four games from getting through the regular season
There are very few teams in the country that can play with Kentucky, largely due to dynamic and versatile players like freshman big man Karl-Anthony Towns. The 6’11”, 250-pound Towns reminded everyone why he and the Wildcats are 28-0 and rolling toward an undefeated regular season. During Kentucky’s blowout win over an awe-struck Mississippi State
There are some occupational hazards in the dangerous world of cheerleader, as one Tennessee gal found out on Tuesday night.
Yes, we all know that the likes of Kentucky, Wisconsin and Duke are among the heavy favorites to grab top seeds in the NCAA tournament and advance to the Final Four.
John Calipari badly wanted to give his youngsters some valuable experience by scheduling a foreign exhibition tour prior to the 2014-15 season and while he was able to do so in the Bahamas, the price tag was astronomical.
Some school mascots are simply better, more historically meaningful and unique than others. Notre Dame defeated North Carolina in a fantastic 1-point game on Monday night but which team would win if each sent their real life mascot to do battle? The Week 9 College Basketball Re-Rankings survey the mascot landscape for which real life mascot would
Can a basketball player’s name impact whether or not he is recruited, added to the Wooden Watch, or tabbed for All-American status? Probably not but more eccentric, slippery and bad ass names can oftentimes provide more eyeballs and, as a result, potentially more opportunities to prove yourself.
College basketball analyst Jay Bilas is not one to mince words or shy away from offering his refreshingly educated and blunt opinion and he did just that during Saturday’s Kentucky-Louisville matchup.