When talking about late-season tweaks, it's not John Calipari who's garnering the headlines. Rather it's Kentucky Women's Basketball Coach Kyra Elzy who has struck gold this time around. Bringing Jazmine Massengill on as starting point guard and moving Chasity Patterson off the ball has been a stroke of genius. Massengill's
As the late former Kentucky head football coach Jerry Claiborne used to always say, “That’s that old ‘iffin game.” Woulda, coulda, shoulda—if only this had happened, or that had happened…Kentucky would probably be undefeated and on their way to a ninth national championship. If only Cade Cunningham didn’t have a brother coaching
photo credit UK Athletics It’s a good thing Liam Coen is familiar with winter weather. Kentucky’s newly minted offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach is a native of Rhode Island, played his college ball at UMASS, and coached in Maine. For the past three years, however, the thirty-five-year-old Coen has been living
photo credit UK Athletics If positivity equated to championships, Kentucky Baseball coach Nick Mingione would already have multiple rings on his fingers. The UK skipper, entering his fifth year at the helm, gushed forth with unbridled enthusiasm and confidence about his team in an exclusive appearance on Just The Cats this
Kentucky's team and coaches took a knee during the national anthem Saturday in Gainesville. (UK Athletics Photo) I know we try to stay away from political issues on our Just the Cats platform, but it would be irresponsible to ignore the events of this past week--especially when our own basketball team
(STARKVILLE, Ms.) – For Coach John Calipari and the Kentucky Wildcats, the 78 – 73 double overtime thriller over the Mississippi State Bulldogs signified a brand-new beginning. Forget that the team had gone 37 days—the longest winless span within a season in UK history—since that long-forgotten rout of Morehead State.