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After grading the UK Football staff rather harshly for the season just ended, I believe they made a conscious decision to plan for the future by red-shirting Kentucky's offensive line, I believe, was the part of the cause of our defensive problems.
The University of Kentucky's season came to a close with a 3-1 loss to Michigan State in the NCAA Tournament's second round Sunday afternoon in Memorial Coliseum.
BENTON, Ky. - As the University of Kentucky basketball team seeks to round out its 2014 recruiting class, a junior has emerged as one of the Wildcats' top options.
Making its ninth-consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, the 15th-seeded University of Kentucky volleyball team opened NCAA play with a 3-0 win over Duquesne in the first round Saturday evening in Memorial Coliseum.
Aaron Harrison and Julius Randle sat on either side of their coach and listened to John Calipari question their toughness for four fuming minutes, then watched him stand up abruptly and walk out of the University of Kentucky basketball team's postgame press conference Friday night.
This teams lack of hustle is embarrassing considering all of the hype this class has received.
There are close games, and then there are games that go into quadruple overtime.
Casey Dulin of Milford, a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference preseason first-team all-league selection, is hoping to make her season debut for the Marist College women's basketball team today when the Red Foxes open up MAAC play at Quinnipiac University .
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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.