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State High School Teams Can Begin Meeting On Monday

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — High schools across the state can begin meeting with their athletic teams on Monday. The Kentucky High School Athletics Association Board of Control voted Thursday to allow team meetings of 10 or less June 1-14. Beginning on June 15, practices can resume for some sports on

Calipari: Cats Will be in a ‘Pretty Good Bubble’ Upon Return to Campus

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari expects things to be different, much different, when players return to campus for voluntary workouts in less than two weeks. The Southeastern Conference paved the way for players to return to campus on June 8. It will mark the first time students have been

Barnhart: Safety Priority as SEC Gives Green Light to Workouts

Mitch Barnhart and Mark Stoops are taking careful steps as schools re-open to allow athletes back on campus for voluntary workouts next month. (UK Athletics Photo) By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Southeastern Conference has given member institutions the green light to allow student-athletes back in campus beginning June 8. Kentucky Athletics

Calipari Disappointed He Won’t See Queen, Glad Michigan Series Saved

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari will have to wait two more years to see the Queen. The Kentucky coach was disappointed after a three-game series against Michigan was postponed Wednesday. The Wildcats were scheduled to take on the Wolverines in the Basketball Hall of Fame London Showcase in December

Calipari, Former Cats Brace For Different Kind Of NBA Draft

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — John Calipari will be keeping a close eye on the NBA Draft. Calipari has five players from last year’s Kentucky squad — Ashton Hagans, Immanuel Quickley, Nick Richards, EJ Montgomery and Ashton Hagans — who have declared for next month’s draft. Although Calipari’s players have fared well

Calipari: Being Intimidated By Michael Jordan ‘An Understatement’

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — The “Last Dance” has captivated and fulfilled the nation’s thirst for sports and Michael Jordan’s career has been well-documented during the weekly ESPN special that ends Sunday night. The 10-part series profiled Jordan’s 15-year career in the NBA, a television biography that chronicled his six NBA