5 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
After University of Kentucky freshman point guard Dominique Hawkins spilled the beans this weekend to Courier-Journal columnist Adam Himmelsbach about the new "Wildcat Code," coach John Calipari took to Twitter to explain -- sort of.
9 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Cleveland: Nerlens Noel, Kentucky The buzz: Noel, a gifted shot-blocker, is the most impactful, most talented player in the draft.
10 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Luckily for them, we are going to take a look at each of their opponents for this list.
11 hrs ago | WLEX-TV Lexington
After posting a school record for wins in a single season with 41 and advancing to NCAA Super Regionals for the second time in school history, the University of Kentucky softball team put a final stamp on its 2013 season, finishing the year ranked in the top 14 of both the ESPN.com/USA Softball Top 25 and USA Today/National Fastpitch Coaches ... (more)
11 hrs ago | Wiz of Awes
Nov 29, 2012; South Bend, IN, USA; Kentucky Wildcats forward Nerlens Noel warms up before the game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at the Joyce Center.
18 hrs ago | Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Indiana basketball fans are going to have mixed feelings later this month when they watch former Hoosier All-American Victor Oladipo walk across a stage in Brooklyn and shake NBA commissioner David Stern's hand just minutes after the 2013 NBA Draft gets underway.
According to New Orleans power forward Craig Victor, one college stands out as an ideal option for any top-level basketball prospect.
He remains the University of Kentucky's only basketball commitment for the Class of 2014, but Karl Towns isn't lonely.
The offers for the class of 2014 are slowing, but the UK staff hasn't slowed. They've been working hard to get commitments and it has paid off this week with almost a recruit a day committing to the Cats.
News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Kentucky lands yet another quality 2014 football recruit.
Who is the only future UK player to earn the honor? 3: Derek Willis will wear No.
A loss to Robert Morris in the opening round of the NIT was a tough pill to swallow for a team considered to be among the top five in the country when the season started.
He missed almost all of his senior season with a broken foot, but came back to lead his school to a state championship and was one of the most dominant players on the post-season all-star circuit.
Kentucky earned the verbal commitment of another 2014 player yesterday, and since he isn't particularly highly ranked, it flew a bit under the radar.
University of Kentucky recruit Dominique Hawkins trudged off the Freedom Hall floor late Friday night after his Kentucky high school all-stars had fallen to the Indiana all-stars, 114-60.
A look at some of the players who could leave their mark on the Kentucky football team in 2013, for better or for worse There's a question you kind of get tired of asking when you do football team previews for a few years: Is it better for a lackluster team to get back players from the previous year with more experience, or better to have those ... (more)