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Looking for dinner in the Dallas area tonight before the University of Kentucky basketball team takes on Baylor at AT&T Stadium? Freshman forward Julius Randle has carnivorous Wildcats fans covered.
For the ninth straight season, the No. 17 University of Kentucky volleyball team earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament and will host the NCAA First and Second Rounds Friday and Saturday in Memorial Coliseum.
DeCourcy: In some ways, it is. The Wildcats have size, scoring, defensive commitment, terrific playmaking, sufficient long-distance shooting.
The Kentucky football program, viewed through the Big Picture prism, seems to be heading in the right direction.
New Orleans Pelicans power forward Anthony Davis said Wednesday morning that it's frustrating to be injured again, but he also looked at the bright side.
When John Calipari accepted the University of Kentucky's head coaching job in 2009, Josh Pastner packed his belongings and readied to follow his boss to UK.
The one thing that UK has done better than anybody in the country is rebound the basketball.
News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Jarrod Polson nominated for the NABC Good Works team.
Wildcats junior tight end Westly Meng says Linfield "is like a fraternity that you'A A ll remember for the rest of our lives."
Chicago Bulls point guard Marquis Teague during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Atlanta Hawks Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, in Chicago.
Leading up to the 2011 edition of the University of Louisville-University of Kentucky basketball rivalry, Wildcats fans pushed the slogan "Louisville doesn't exist" based upon coach John Calipari's comments that "it's Kentucky throughout this whole state."
Kentucky running back Jojo Kemp dived for a touchdown against Mississippi State this season.
Defining exactly where he saw progress was difficult for the Wildcats' rookie coach following Saturday night's season-ending loss to Tennessee that left Kentucky 0-8 in the Southeastern Conference for the second straight season.