The hiring of Kentucky Men’s Basketball’s new strength and conditioning coach, Brady Welsh, got me thinking. As far as fodder for championship number nine is concerned, does this position even matter? After all, it’s most likely three-point shooting and defense that’ll lead to that one shining moment in March—not the
It's unfathomable that Kentucky, with Player of the Year Oscar Tschiebwe, could possibly lose in the first round of March Madness (Photo Dr. Michael Huang). (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – It’s been a while since Kentucky fans experienced the madness—NCAA March Madness, that is. For all of Big Blue Nation, it’s been three
In addition to opening up NIL opportunities for student athletes, Governor Andy Beshear needs to sign an executive order promoting competitive and entertaining basketball at Rupp Arena. I love the way Kentucky Basketball’s overall non-conference schedule is shaping up. With Duke, Michigan, Notre Dame, North Carolina, and Kansas already on the
Just The Cats crew during some happier times in Music City (left to right: Dr. John Huang, Larry Vaught, and Michael Bennett) (NASHVILLE, Tn.) – For the second straight year, the Kentucky basketball team walked off the floor of Bridgestone Arena with obvious season-ending disappointment etched across their faces. Last year,
(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.