Monday Night Horror

Buffalo Bills’ players, coaches, and team officials kneeling in prayer at Paycor Stadium after abrupt and chilling ending to Monday Night Football (Photo Credit @BuffaloBills). (CINCINNATI, Oh.) – It wasn’t supposed to be like this. In what was shaping up as a game for the ages, Bengals versus Bills on Monday Night

Misery in Mizzou (Part 2)

A rather sparse, but spirited, crowd settles in just in time for tipoff (Dr. John Huang photo). (COLUMBIA, Mo.) – I’m a glutton for punishment. After last night’s demoralizing loss by the UK men’s basketball team to the upstart Tigers from the Show-me State, I should have high-tailed it back to

Spaghetti Lineups

Kentucky players warm up before taking on Missouri. Who’s going to be in the lineup? Your guess is as good as mine (Dr. John Huang photo). (COLUMBIA, Mo.) – Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse. Kentucky’s disheartening 89 – 75 loss to Missouri in the conference opener did nothing

Free Wheeler

Kentucky’s starting point guard, Sahvir Wheeler, has been a lightning rod for criticism (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Most sports fans love an occasional juicy quarterback controversy. How about, then, a point guard controversy? Not since the days of Saul Smith has Kentucky Basketball experienced the vitriol and venom

Wildcats pass Ivy League test

Sahvir Wheeler and Oscar Tshiebwe take down Ivy League braniacs (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – From a purely historical perspective, Yale and Kentucky are on the opposite sides of the college basketball spectrum. On one hand, you have Yale—the Ivy League school founded in 1701—with its rich and regal academic

Cats versus Cards always worth tuning in

Kentucky's Jada Walker and Blair Green speak with media before the big UK/UofL showdown in Rupp (Dr. John Huang Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Sorry if you clicked on this column thinking ahead to New Year’s Eve. Sure, the Kentucky and Louisville men’s basketball teams will be duking it out at Rupp

December Madness

Kentucky survives and advances in first round of NCAA Tournament (Photo Dr. John Huang). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – It’s December. For Kentucky Volleyball fans, that’s the equivalent of basketball’s March Madness. Like a prowling lion, the NCAA Tournament surreptitiously sweeps in, taking everything by storm through its dizzying array of kills, blocks,

It’s the Tradition, Man!

Jacob Toppin, Sahvir Wheeler, Antonio Reeves, and Oscar Tshiebwe on the floor in Rupp Arena (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) –According to Bellarmine head basketball coach Scotty Davenport, it’s important for his players to understand the history and tradition of the teams they are competing against and the historic venues

The Truth Shall Set You Free

Kentucky's offense struggled under first-year coordinator Rich Scangarello (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?”— Sherlock Holmes  (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Kentucky’s 26 – 13 victory over Louisville did little to add to the truth. Matt Ruffolo kicked four field goals (47, 29, 35,

Elzy responds to scheduling snafus

Kentucky women's basketball head coach Kyra Elzy met with media today and was asked about the recent scheduling conflicts with the men's basketball team (Dr. John Huang Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – If you’re a fan of both the Kentucky men’s and women’s basketball programs, you’ve had quite a dilemma on your