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Honeymoon in Vegas Leads to Heartbreak Hotel

By Dr. John Huang My brother, Dr. Mike the photographer, got married in Las Vegas this week. Well, sort of. He and Michelle, his lovely bride of five years, renewed their wedding vows between the UK games at the Wedding Chapel on the Strip. Of course, Elvis was there to officiate the entire ceremony,

Favorite Christmas Songs?–You Gotta Be Kidding Me!

By Dr. John Huang If you've been tuning in to the radio show, you know that with Michael and Shannon, everything's a competition. Even with their favorite Christmas songs, one-upmanship is the ultimate goal. Having said that, let's get into the Christmas spirit by matching the top-five favorite Christmas songs with the

Calipari for President? — Fuhgeddaboudit!

By Dr. John Huang As Kentucky prepares to play Georgia Tech, Josh Pastner—the Yellowjackets’ head coach—had some interesting words to say about John Calipari. “I think he’ll go into politics,” said Pastner. “And I would not be surprised at some point he runs for President of the United States.” Calipari for President? Not so fast,

It Was a Good Run–But This May Be the Final Episode of ‘Just The Cats’?

By Dr. John Huang If you listened to the show this morning, you're well aware that something HUGE is about to go down today. Just the Cats' own Shannon the Dude tries to get back his most prized possession--The Radio World Heavyweight Championship of Wrestling--from 939TheVille's own Steven Rummage. Not only

Well, Sometimes We’re Not Just About the Cats

By Dr. John Huang Thanksgiving started early for all Cat fans as Stephen F. Austin upset No. 1 Duke 85-83 in overtime on a last-second layup at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke was a 27.5 point favorite. The Lumberjacks' improbable victory was the largest upset in a Division I men's basketball game over

This Is Beyond Good

By LARRY VAUGHT If I had to pick one word to describe our experience at the Smoky Mountain Opry Christmas show it would have to be inspiring. I had been told the show would be good, but it was way beyond good. It lasted just over two hours and time just flew

Champions Classic Memories: My 36 Hours in New York City

By Dr. John Huang “If you’re going to the 9/11 Memorial, I’d be honored if you find my friend and take a picture.”—Alan Cutler I was thinking about those words as I stared out my airplane window at the daunting Manhattan skyline. What must it have been like for those hijacked passengers on those ill-fated