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

National Championship Hopes and Dreams

Oscar Tshiebwe, the most popular man in the house, chats with reporters at UK Media Day (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). It’s that time of the year again, folks. Hopes, dreams, and aspirations for another championship run by our beloved basketball team. Visions of cutting down the nets at NRG Stadium in Houston on

Big-Boy Football

Barion Brown and the 7th-ranked Wildcats prepare for a raucous Big-Boy showdown (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – If you took a quick glance at the most recent AP College Football top-10 rankings, you might just notice something perceptively askew. Sure, the traditional powerhouses Georgia, Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan, Clemson,

Born Tough

Kentucky quarterback Will Levis prepares to gather his helmet and his wits as teammates look on (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). When Will Levis took that helmet-jarring hit during the first quarter of the Florida game, I didn’t think there was any way he was getting up. In fact, I had flashbacks

Judgement Day Cometh

Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops and crew won’t admit it, but the upcoming Florida game will most likely determine how the rest of the season unfolds (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Many questions remain after Kentucky’s 37 – 13 season-opening win over Miami of Ohio. Despite the lopsided score,

Life Lessons with Mark Stoops

Kentucky head football coach Mark Stoops doling out some fatherly advice (Dr. Michael Huang Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – For the University of Kentucky football team, it’s easy nowadays to lose focus. After all, times have changed! Gone are the days when just winning a ball game against a visiting MAC opponent was

Baa, Baa, Black Sheep

Kentucky Volleyball head coach Craig Skinner is one of the game’s biggest ambassadors (UK Athletics Photo). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) -- I’ve been preaching for several years that Kentucky Volleyball is the most exciting sport on campus. It’s fast paced, team oriented, and features uber-talented athletes with size, agility, quickness, power, and grace.