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Historic Game for Kentucky Alum

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, a breakout star on Kentucky’s 2017-2018 roster, posted a historic 20-20-10 triple-double against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday, Jan. 15. The young guard led the Thunder to a 117-104 victory.   Gilgeous-Alexander was a four-star recruit in the class of 2017. He was ranked 31st in his class and fought for playing time at Kentucky

Buzzer-beater Ends Wildcat’s Four Game Win Streak

Kentucky lost 81 to 78 in a last second heart breaker against South Carolina. Jermaine   Couisnard capped off his career high 26-point night with a three-point buzzer-beater from well behind the line.  Coach Calipari knew this game would be a difficult one well before tip-off. After this win the Gamecocks have won two straight against the Wildcats in Columbia and three of the last five games.   “He talked

Brandon Boston Jr. Scouting Report

MEASUREMENTS  Height: 6’6  Weight: 175  Wingspan: 6’10.25  DRIVING  Prefers layups- soft touch, crafty up-and-under's midair  Leans on driving right; struggles left- drives across key instead of traditional layup to side of basket  Hop-steps and gathers mixed with crossovers- additional speed would give him huge offensive boost  Pass fake trick  Uses slippery moves to get around defenders but still draws fouls

Tough Loss with Positive Tones

On Sat. Sep. 14 the Wildcats experienced their first loss of the 2019-20 season. Entering the fourth quarter down 21-10, Florida stormed back against the Cats’ to clinch a 21-29 win.  “It's going to hurt,” head coach Mark Stoops said of the loss, “when you invest in what we invest, it should hurt and it's

Wilson Out, Peters in

Kentucky football was hit with devastating news last weekend. Starting QB Terry Wilson is out for the season with a torn patellar tendon.   Thankfully, that news was quickly diluted by Xavier Peters being deemed immediately eligible by the NCAA. The 6’4 OLB took to Twitter with the news. In high school, Peters originally committed to Kentucky before changing his mind

Another UK Recruit Sets Commitment Date

After Terrence Clarke revealed he will make a college selection, another Kentucky basketball target has said he plans to announce his college decision this week. ESPN’s Adam Finkelstein broke the news via Twitter that Lance Ware will be committing on Thursday. Ware is a 6’9 4-star PF from Camden, NJ ranked anywhere from 31-42

The Deal with Terrence Clarke

Terrence Clarke, a 6’7 SG, is scheduled to announce his commitment Saturday, September 14. Kentucky is the consensus favorite to land the guard, but his commitment could mean passing up on several other top talents. As of now, Clarke is the No. 3 player in the 2021 class, per 247 Sports, but that could change. On

Kentucky Beats Eastern Michigan, But at What Cost?

The Wildcats enjoyed another big win in their second game of the season after toppling the Eastern Michigan Eagles 38-17. After No. 21 Syracuse, No. 23 Stanford and No. 25 Nebraska all lost to unranked opponents, this win could push the Wildcats into the top 25.  Kentucky QB Terry Wilson stuffed the stat sheet in this win with 114 passing, 43 rushing

Kentucky Takes Down Toledo

Sat. August 31st was a day of firsts. After nearly nine months of anticipation, the Kentucky faithful were rewarded with the beginning of the team’s 129th football season in a great way. The Wildcats enjoyed a 38-24 win over the Toledo Rockets, punctuated by a 31-3 run beginning late second quarter and lasting until the final minute of the game.    Despite the win,