By KEITH TAYLOR
LEXINGTON, Ky. - College coaches are charged with more than just teaching their respective sports. They also serve as mentors to student-athletes, many of whom are thousands of miles away from home.
Throughout history, the University of Kentucky has had some coaches who have served as a father
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After playing three years for coach Joe Hall, Roger Harden wasn’t sure what to expect after Hall resigned and Eddie Sutton took over for his senior year.
“Coach Hall was from Kentucky and had so many deep relationships in the state. He was very popular,” Harden, a
By Dr. John Huang
First things first. When it comes to Kentucky Basketball, there's NO ONE smarter than Oscar. The Guru of UK sports has forgotten more facts and figures about the Big Blue than any of us will ever profess to know in our lifetimes. From Basil Hayden to Anthony
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Adolph Rupp never coached a game at Rupp Arena, but his predecessors have led the Wildcats to 600 victories and three national championships in the historic venue since it opened in 1976.
“This started with coach (Adolph) Rupp,” Calipari said. “He never really got to coach in this
Written by UK staff
LEXINGTON, Ky. – With a new location that will feature a more interactive experience for the Big Blue Nation, the Don Franklin Auto Blue Carpet entrance into Big Blue Madness presented by Papa John’s will return this season and will be featured on the UK Sports Network