NashVegas Blues

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,

Where Were You On The Day That Sports Stood Still?

Vanderbilt and Arkansas played in the final SEC basketball game at Bridgestone Arena before the day that sports stood still. In my lifetime, there have been four iconic “stop what you were doing and watch” moments. The first one—the John F. Kennedy assassination on November 22, 1963—occurred when I was four

A World Without Sports

BY Bill Crockett (MANCHESTER, Ky.) — In a world without sports, fear of the unknown leads to speculation which in turn generates uncertainty.  During these unprecedented times, regardless of whether or not you avidly follow sports, citizens across the Commonwealth of Kentucky not only long for normalcy, but crave comfort and relief.  In

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