Kentucky Wildcats Stumble Against Florida Gators, Hope To Regain Footing Against Missouri Tigers

The Kentucky Wildcats couldn’t parlay their impressive road victory at South Carolina two weekends ago into a program-changing win against the Florida Gators this weekend, but the effort was certainly encouraging. Florida’s defense was the star on Saturday, holding the Wildcats to 241 yards and nine total points. Quarterback Patrick Towles day was frustrating to […]

University of Kentucky Eyes Seven Players To Be Selected In NBA Draft

It’s becoming a yearly trend for Kentucky Wildcats fans and believers of the program. After implementing the top recruiting class to play in Lexington during the college basketball season, those same players move onto the NBA Draft. The pre-draft question of how many players from Kentucky will be selected in the NBA Draft is a […]

Final Four Tickets For Kentucky Wildcats Soaring Due To Perfection

Kentucky is a perfect 38-0 this season, but they will face one of their toughest matchups when they take on Wisconsin in the Final Four.  The Wildcats and John Calipari will play the second game of the Final Four in Indianapolis on April 4th at 8:49pm EST.  Wisconsin will be looking for revenge as Kentucky […]

Undefeated Kentucky See High Ticket Prices For NCAA Tourney Opener

The Kentucky Wildcats want to be remembered. And a perfect, 34-0 regular season and conference tournament run simply will not do. Over the next several weeks, the Wildcats will be seeking to do something no team has done in nearly 40 years. Ticket prices will be at an average of $181.54 with a get-in price […]

Undefeated Kentucky Looking To Keep Rolling in Nashville

Number one seed in the SEC Tournament Kentucky is the heavy favorites to win the tournament and earn a number one seed in March Madness.  Currently ranked number one in the nation, the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats are on their way to making history.  Their high-flying transition offense has grown more dynamic as the season has […]

Wildcats seek 20th victory over Crimson Tide

The #1 Kentucky Wildcats (19-0) will look to defend home court on Saturday night against the Alabama Crimson Tide (13-6). John Calipari’s squad currently sports an undefeated record and is the overwhelming favorite to win the tournament this year. Moreover, the Wildcats feature some of the most prolific players in college basketball: the Harrison twins, […]

Season preview for Kentucky basketball tickets on secondary market

Kentucky is coming off one of the most interesting seasons of Wildcat basketball in a while. After being the preseason favorites to win it all, Kentucky disappointed fans with a lackluster regular season. After a strong end to their regular season, Kentucky made it all the way to the championship game as a No. 8 […]

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Big Blue Bahamas Tour Begins

The long-awaited debut of the 2014-15 Kentucky Wildcats finally arrived as UK took on Puerto Rico in the first of six games to be played in the Bahamas.  I had been so anxious to get my first look at this exceptionally talented team,  I was able to (mostly) overlook those hideous uniforms.   While I […]

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Replacing a Legend

Most of the college basketball programs known for their rich traditions have all faced at one time or another the challenge of having to replace a legendary coach.   UCLA is a prime example, having to replace  John Wooden who coached the Bruins to 10 National Titles.  Nearly 40 years after his retirement, the Bruins […]

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My Life as a UK Fan

This is the third installment in a series of my life as a Kentucky Wildcats fan.  The first part of my coaching memories can be viewed here. The spring of 1997 was an exciting time for Wildcat fans.  Kentucky Basketball was officially “back” as evidenced by two straight appearances in the Championship game.  Falling just […]

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My Life as a UK Fan

This is the second installment in a series of my life as a Kentucky Wildcats fan.  You can see  How it Began here. When you think about the upper echelon of college basketball programs, i.e. those with at least 4 National Championships, quite often you associate a single coach with that school.  UCLA had John Wooden, […]

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