Be careful what you ask for

Are college football Saturdays as we know them a thing of the past? (Dr. Michael Huang Photography) As far as NIL and college sports is concerned, be careful what you ask for. You might just end up with a product that stinks to high heaven. Out-of-control collectives, unrestricted free agency, and

A Surreal Day Of March Sadness

By KEITH TAYLOR, Kentucky Today I never made it to Nashville, only getting as far as Glasgow. That’s when I got the news the Southeastern Conference decided to cancel the league tournament because of coronavirus concerns. In shock, I grabbed something to eat, filled up with gas, and drove back home trying

That’s All Folks!

To heck with the Coronavirus, Wildcat fans need closure on Ashton Hagans drama. By Dr. John Huang (NASHVILLE, Tn.) – Just two short weeks ago, Ashton Hagans was the talk of the town. Kentucky’s sophomore point guard was in a bit of a funk. On the court, he was plagued by turnovers and poor

Did Cal Have An Opinion On Transfer Rule Change

By LARRY VAUGHT After the NCAA confirmed Tuesday it was considering changing rules so Division I athletes in all sports could transfer one time without having to sit out a year like volleyball and some other sports already can do, it seemed likely that Kentucky coach John Calipari would have some

Calipari Not Concerned About Kenny Payne Text Messages

By Dr. John Huang Ever since the cash spilled out of the Emery Freight package addressed to Chris Mills’ dad back in 1988, Kentucky Basketball fans hold their breath every time there’s an allegation of impropriety within their beloved program. When it comes to national notoriety, BBN covets Final Fours and