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March 20th, 2018

BatCats Bounce Back With 20-4 Rout Over Xavier

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Kentucky proved on Tuesday that they weren’t going to let a four-game losing skid hang over their heads. After dropping last weekend’s series at Arkansas, the Cats (15-6) responded with a 20-4 win over Xavier on Tuesday. UK’s 20 runs were a season-high and the most since March 2014.

UK started the new week with their largest win of the season. The Cats scored eight runs in the fifth and six runs in the eighth inning today against Xavier.

But before the breakaway innings, it appeared that Xavier was going to give UK a run for their money. After Troy Squires drove in a run in the top of the first, the Musketeers responded with a run of their own against UK starter Daniel Harper. UK scored four unanswered runs in the third and fourth innings before the Musketeers scored three in the bottom of the fourth to stay within striking distance with the score at 5-4.

Xavier’s rally made Tuesday’s game look similar to UK’s home-opening loss to the Musketeers last month. But the Cats began to extend their lead and exact their revenge on Xavier in the top of the fifth. UK saw the first three batters of the inning receive free passes on a walk and a pair of HBPs. Ben Aklinski drove in two of his five runs on the day with an RBI single to put UK ahead 7-4. Collett would follow with a two-run single of his own as UK began to open the game up.

The next two at-bats drove the Musketeers out of their own ballpark. Luke Heyer hit a three-run home run and Kole Cottam hit his second solo shot of the day to give UK a 13-4 lead in the fifth inning.

The fifth inning was only a sign of things to come for the Cats’ offense. Just two innings later, the Cats hung six runs on the Musketeers. Led by home runs by Heyer and Luke Becker, UK reached the 20-run mark for the first time in four years. Tuesday’s run total was one more than the Cats’ scored overall in their four-game losing streak.

UK’s offense must have knocked Xavier’s lights out because the game was called following the eighth inning due to darkness. The offensive onslaught helped UK win their 15th game of the year and end a four-game losing skid before their series against Auburn. Now, here are some amazing notes from Kentucky’s win at Xavier this afternoon.

Game Notes

Kentucky scored six runs on seven walks against Xavier. How does a team score 20 runs in eight innings? Seven home runs obviously helped, but drawing eight walks and scoring runs on six of them was a gamechanger. Alex Rodriguez walked four times and scored three runs today. Rodriguez was the first UK player to walk four times since Andy Burns in 2009.

Luke Heyer and Ben Aklinski each drove in five runs in the win. The big blue bombers were out in full force today. Heyer and Aklinski went a combined 5/10 with three home runs and ten RBIs while Kole Cottam added three hits, including a pair of home runs.

The 20 runs were the most since 2014. With all the amazing offensive performances we’ve seen under Nick Mingione, today was the most prolific statistically. The Cats left only three men on base in route to their 15th win.

The Cats are in Atlanta

Your University of Kentucky Wildcats have arrived in lovely Atlanta, Ga., where they will play in the NCAA tournament on Thursday (and hopefully Saturday).

The team will practice in Phillips Arena tomorrow afternoon, but a REMINDER: The practice is not open to the public. In years past it has been open to fans; it will not be tomorrow. However, the media will be allowed in for 15 minutes so we’ll try to relay everything we see back to you.

UK players and John Calipari will also be available for questions Wednesday afternoon, which we will stream here on Kentucky-Sports-Radio-dot-com at 2 pm. Plan accordingly.

In the meantime, just know the Cats have touched down in the ATL and they’re ready to continue their run toward San Antonio.

Let’s. Go.

One-on-One with Logan Stenberg

Logan Stenberg is an old school, throwback football player that would fit in well during any era of the game. That’s a compliment by the way. Former UK tough guy fullback Andy Murray led the SEC in knockdown blocks during multiple seasons. He said of Stenberg, “That Cat would have fit in well with us.” Another compliment. On Tuesday I interviewed the junior offensive guard and his appearance matched that description. Typical to linemen during camp, Stenberg had a helmet cut on his forehead and his hands were bruised from hand-to-hand scuffles that often take place along the line-of-scrimmage. I’ve not been reluctant in praising the Madison, Alabama native, so I thought we’d get to know him a little better.

The following are excerpts from Tuesday’s question and answer session:


Q: What’s it like coming into spring as a veteran with 13 starts than trying to earn a starting position? Compare your mentality from this spring to last.

“Definitely think the mentality of this spring is to try to help the young guys to learn the offense and try to learn their role whatever that may be instead of focusing on myself trying to earn a starting spot.”

Q: You, Drake Jackson, and Bunchy Stallings were special at the end of 2017 season and project to be the strength of the offense. Is that continuing, how’s the communication?

“Last year I feel we were all like acquaintances. We’ve hung out, worked out all offseason. We’ve really just grown, become more close. I think we’ll be better than last year honestly.”

Q: Who’s the leader in the offensive line meeting room?

“I would say it’s me and Bunchy (Stallings).”

Q: What’s the main technique you’re working on in spring practice. Before you were painting with a broad brush. Now you’re fine tuning. What’s your number one technical priority?

“In the pass game it’s really keeping my head up and punching, making sure I’m using my hands and not my head cause I really like to use my head a lot which is not the smartest thing to do in pass pro. Run game it’s keeping my base, keeping my feet running, widen the holes, and getting more movement.”

Q: You’ve gone through a body change. What do you weigh right now and what do you want to weigh during the season?

“315 — I’ll be comfortable at 310 or 315 during the season.”

Q: After the bowl game you tweeted an apology after the loss, why did you feel that you needed to do that?

“I feel like I’m really hard on myself and if I don’t feel like I’ve played, you know like a 100% or if I’ve slacked in any area of the game it really weighs on me hard. I like to give it everything I have in every game in every snap. I apologized to the team, for the fans, the whole state of Kentucky, family back home, everybody.”

Q (From Larry Vaught): What’s it like blocking for Benny?

”I love him. I know that if I give him a little hole at all he’s going to hit it hard and he’s going to make me look good. And, I’ll make him look good sometimes if I widen that hole a little extra you know.”

Q: When the seasons starts teams will now game plan for you. Does that change your mentality?

”I’d like to say no but I have thought about it. It does drive me in the weight room to get stronger because everybody’s good in the Southeastern Conference. I got to have an edge. I got to be nasty. I got to be stronger, faster, something. I’m always working to improve my game so I can overcome those obstacles.”

Q (From Larry Vaught): Do you ever tend to be too aggressive?

“That’s kind of how I’ve been since middle school football. I’ve always been the guy that’s got personal fouls. I’m not the biggest, I’m not the strongest, I’m not the fastest, so I got to be the nastiest.

At 6-6, 315-pounds, Logan Stenberg is a prototypical offensive guard. Rated a 3-star by the recruiting services, Kentucky was his only Power 5 offer. He chose UK over Troy and Southern Miss. Stenberg started all 13 games in 2017 and was a key component to the Wildcat’s improved run game following center Drake Jackson’s emergence into the starting lineup. Stenberg-Jackson-Bunchy Stallings (Guard-Center-Guard) construct the strength of Kentucky’s offensive line. His freshman season was equally as impressive: 37 knockdown blocks and missed just one assignment for the entire 2016 season. He also registered 8 knockdown blocks as the Cats rolled up and impressive 443 rush yards against Tennessee.

What’s next for Logan Stenberg? As the team’s enforcer, he’ll certainly be a marked man in 2018. That doesn’t seem to bother him at all; matter of fact, I think he flourishes in that role. A year older and another offseason has changed his body into a junior that could be considered for all-conference honors. But, during our discussion it became obvious that Stenberg is more about the team’s success than his own. You often hear Mark Stoops say that, “It matters to him.” That’s Logan Stenberg. He gets it; whatever “it” is. The rising junior has played at a consistently high level for two seasons. I expect him to have a breakout junior year. “I’m not the biggest, I’m not the strongest, I’m not the fastest; so I go to be the nastiest.” Those words are exactly what any head coach would want to hear from a starting guard.

Walter McCarty to interview for Evansville job

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Walter McCarty is in consideration for the head coaching job at the University of Evansville. Adam Himmelsbach, beat writer for the Boston Globe, reported McCarty will interview for the job in Evansville on Wednesday.

McCarty is an Evansville native, so it’d be the perfect place to launch his head coaching career. The former UK great has been on the Boston Celtics staff since 2013, and got his first taste of being in charge when he coached the Celtics’ Las Vegas summer league team last summer.

Former Indiana Hoosier Calbert Cheaney has also been named as a potential candidate for the Purple Aces.

Calipari calls out negative fans, agenda-driven media

During his Monday night call-in show, John Calipari went off on a short rant about UK’s naysayers — both the negative UK fan and the negative national media alike.

First about the critics in his program’s own fan base, Calipari told Tom Leach and the show’s listeners, “There’s a group of people that think I should have eight Kentucky players, and they will never change. It doesn’t matter what we do. We could win nine national championships in a row, and they’re going to say, ‘Where’s Richie?!’ They’re going to be that, and the minute there’s a raindrop, you know they’re going to come out. But the rest of you — and that’s like 98.8 percent — the rest of you were with these guys, and if anybody tried to go after them, you said something… and I want to thank you.”

Then there was his comment about all the media that piled on Kentucky when times were tough. “Do you think it’s their hope or their opinion?” he asked. “It’s their hope. Then they get caught because they’re so agenda-driven, saying something stupid, and then having to eat those words later. Because it wasn’t their opinion; it was their hope it would happen.”

And if you must be unhappy, or even if you’re on the fringe of being unhappy, Cal asks that you be unhappy with him, “not these kids.”

Listen to Cal’s full comment about the fans and media, including praise of the fan base as a whole, which he calls “the best”:

Kentucky Returned to Spring Practice, Five Things we Learned


1. The Team was a Little Rusty

Eddie Gran knew the ten-day lay-off would make for a slow start, “but I thought they got the dust off pretty quick.  Great enthusiasm.  There’s some really good energy out there.  I really like the group and how they’ve come together.  A couple of them got after it when we hit a little lull in practice, so it was good.  It’s nice to get back.”

Thursday will be used to fine tune before the Cats take the field in their first spring scrimmage Saturday morning.

2. Terry Wilson Stayed at UK for Spring Break

Some guys went home.  Others went to the beach.  Terry Wilson stayed in Lexington.  During his time off he hit the film room and got in some work with a few other receivers who stayed in Lexington, most notably Lynn Bowden.

3. Naasir Watkins Almost Played as a True Freshman 

One true freshman from Our Lady of Good Counsel in Maryland, Josh Paschal, made a ton of plays as a true freshman.  Gran said today the other true freshman, left tackle Naasir Watkins, was dangerously close to burning a redshirt last fall.  UK’s offensive coordinator is glad they did not because, “You can see the difference right now.”

He added, “He’s gonna be really good.  I’m really excited about his progression.  It matters to him.  That kid, everyday he straps that helmet on and it matters.  You can already see his progress.  He’s getting better.”

4. Danny Clark Talks with his Hands

He’s also quite the charismatic character.  The left-handed quarterback could not be more excited to be off the scout team and completely integrated into the offense.

Clark’s No. 1 goal this Spring: improve his decision-making.  “Once you have your read in the back of your head, there’s a difference between knowing your read, executing and delivering the ball.”

5. Isaiah Epps likes to Bang Chains

Today I discovered the sophomore-to-be dabbles in golf, disc golf that is.  While most of his teammates hit the links with irons, he grew up throwing around a disc in Oklahoma.  Epps might be my favorite player because nothing makes me happier than an afternoon of banging chains.

He could also become one of the best playmakers on the field this fall.  Darin Hinshaw said Epps made three big catches during today’s practice.  The modest wide receiver did not say who he Mossed on, but he’s much more confident on the field running deep routes.

“I’m feeling a little more comfortable having that year under my belt.  Already knowing the playbook, I can just work on the little things that will help me progress.”

Kentucky to host Eastern Illinois in 2020

Kentucky will host an OVC school in football in 2020, according to that OVC school’s schedule.

Eastern Illinois says it will travel to Lexington to play the Cats on October 10, 2020, which will be the first ever meeting between the two schools. It will also be only the second time Eastern Illinois tries its hand against the SEC; the Panthers will get their first SEC opponent this coming season when they open the year at Arkansas.

Eastern Illinois finished third in the OVC in 2017 with a 6-5 overall record. It ended the year having lost three of its last four — against Jacksonville State, UT Martin and Austin Peay.

Fun Eastern Illinois Fact: Former UK QB Jalen Whitlow transferred to Eastern Illinois to finish his career after one season with Mark Stoops.

Go Cats.

Watch Kevin Durant watch Tyler Herro

You’ve watched Tyler Herro’s highlights many times, but have you watched Kevin Durant watch Tyler Herro’s highlights?

I assume no, but now you can.

In the third installment of his breakdown of high school’s best players, Durant watches Herro and comments on what he sees. He asks, “Tyler Herro, going to Kentucky, gotta be a pro if you go there, right?”

See it all for yourself:

BBNBA: Murray, Lyles Lose A Heartbreaker in Miami

Jamal Murray and the Denver Nuggets are on a losing skid at the worst possible time. (Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)


The Denver Nuggets continue to shoot themselves in the foot over and over again. A team once poised to make some noise in the playoffs has all but fallen apart during the most important stretch of the season. After losing a double-overtime matchup against the Miami Heat, the Nuggets are now losers of five of their last 10 games. If you haven’t been keeping up with the Western Conference playoff picture, just know that is the easiest way to drop from a five seed to the 10 seed, which is where the Nuggets now stand. Trey Lyles continues to play fewer minutes ever since the return of Paul Millsap to the rotation (playing zero minutes Monday night) while Jamal Murray has been playing to his season standards. The problem doesn’t lie within the two former Wildcats, but the whole team. The Nuggets appear to fall apart and lose interest in games they should win handily. Recent losses to the Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies, and allowing the Miami Heat to score a franchise record 149 points in one game have turned into season-killing results. Unless something drastic changes within the next 10 games, the young Nuggets will have to wait another year for their shot at the playoffs.

But enough about the Nuggets. Bam Adebayo had one of the most athletic dunks you’ll ever see from someone his size in the win over Denver, which can be viewed in the highlights section below.

Andrew Harrison scored 19 points to go along with eight assists in his return from a nagging wrist injury that sidelined him for seven games. His future in the NBA looks brighter and brighter as every game passes.

Julius Randle continues to prove doubters wrong, posting 21 points and nine rebounds in a loss to the Indiana Pacers. If there was ever any doubt that Randle wasn’t the Lakers best player, it has long been wiped from our memories.

De’Aaron Fox had one of his best games in his young NBA career as he scored 16 points on 8-11 shooting.

In some slightly depressing news, Micahel Kidd-Gilchrist posted a -40 plus/minus as the Charlotte Hornets lost to the Philadelphia 76ers 108-94. The season of misery is only getting worse for the Hornets, who need the offseason to get here as soon as possible.

Check out the rest of the stats below.


PlayerResult PointsFG (3FG)Reb.Ast.StealsBlocksTOs+/-Mins.
Jamal Murray (DEN)141-149 2OT L @ MIA235-16 (4-8)55001-1043
Julius Randle (LAL)100-110 L @ IND219-19 (0-0)93101-1234
Andrew Harrison (MEM)115-118 L @ BKN197-16 (1-5)18010+2130
De'Aaron Fox (SAC)90-106 L vs. DET168-11 (0-0)34003-1431
Malik Monk (CHA)94-108 L @ PHI134-11 (3-4)43000-516
Eric Bledsoe (MIL)117-124 L @ CLE135-15 (1-8)38225-134
Enes Kanter (NYK)110-92 W vs. CHI105-9 (0-0)131001+1017
Skal Labissiere (SAC)90-106 L vs. DET104-10 (0-1)51122-225
Willie Cauley-Stein (SAC)90-106 L vs. DET94-8 (0-0)65001-1130
Bam Adebayo (MIA)149-141 2OT W vs. DEN73-9 (0-0)83002-1727
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (CHA)94-108 L @ PHI52-8 (0-0)30001-4028
Trey Lyles (DEN)141-149 2OT L @ MIADNP-CD----------------
Alex Poythress (IND)110-100 W vs. LALDNP-CD----------------


Tonight in the NBA

7:00: Raptors @ Magic

8:00 (TNT): Thunder (Patterson, Johnson) @ Celtics

8:00: Clippers @ Timberwolves (Towns)

8:00: Mavericks (Noel) @ Pelicans (Davis, Miller, Rondo, Liggins)

9:00: Hawks @ Jazz

10:00: Pistons @ Suns (Booker, Ulis)

10:30 (TNT): Rockets @ Blazers

Player to watch

Tonight’s player to watch is Darius Miller of the New Orleans Pelicans. Miller is in the midst of his most successful year as an NBA player, justified by his 42.6 percent three-point percentage which is tied for tenth best in the league (coincidentally with Karl-Anthony Towns). Miller has played in all 70 games for the Pelicans this season as the lead role of knockdown shooter. He’s made at least four threes in nine games this season and put up 20 points in early March against the Washington Wizards. The Pelicans need to win every game they can if they want to secure a playoff position and they have no room to lose to the Dallas Mavericks, a team completely out of the playoff picture. Look for Miller to have a big game from the perimeter as NOLA will hope to put this game to bed as early as possible.


UK Football Coach & Kansas State Alum is Stuck in the Middle of the Sweet 16

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Michael Smith is in a peculiar position.

Mark Stoops’ new wide receivers coach has only been on Kentucky’s campus for two months.  Thursday night his new school will face his former school, Kansas State, in the Sweet 16.  When he walks on the football practice field Thursday morning, he will not just be wearing Kentucky blue.

“I will be wearing blue on top, but I will definitely have purple on underneath.  I’m not going to sit here and lie to you,” Smith said after this morning’s practice, Kentucky’s first spring practice in more than ten days.

You can’t blame him.  Smith’s football life began at Kansas State.  He worked his way from walk-on, to the Big Eight’s second-leading receiver in conference history.  Once he was finished playing professionally, he returned to Manhattan where he spent 16 years on the coaching staff, most recently in 2012.

An exceptional athlete and outstanding wide receiver, Smith was great on the gridiron, but not on the hardwood.

“I was the worst black basketball player,” he laughed.  “I ran track.”

WATCH: John Calipari’s entire PTI interview

Many of you have already seen or heard John Calipari’s Monday appearance on Pardon The Interruption, but for those who haven’t, go ahead and watch the entire thing during your Tuesday lunch break. We shared a link to the audio earlier this morning; now here’s the whole video for your viewing pleasure.

Media re-seeds the Sweet 16; one is really, really dumb

One of the easiest things to write to get clicks this week is to reseed or rank the remaining teams in the NCAA tournament. Many websites have done it, and some — well, just one — is really #$%@ing stupid.

Matt Norlander over at, who is a KSR favorite among the national college basketball people, reranked the field and put Kentucky at No. 11, behind Loyola-Chicago (9) and Nevada (10) in the South Region. With all due respect to Norlander, that is a ridiculous place for the Cats. What has Kentucky done to fall behind those teams in the tournament? It makes no sense, but here’s his explanation:

Actual seed: No. 5 in the South Regional. Think UK is too low? For reference, it ranks as the 10th best team of the 16 left at KenPom. The 26-10 Wildcats being 11th here speaks to how tight this field is between No. 4 and No. 12. Kentucky got a scare from Davidson and then ran away from Buffalo. John Calipari’s squad has been able to win all but one game in the past month because its 3-point defense is the best of any team in the field. UK holds foes to 29.8 percent shooting from beyond the arc. Regular season wins over tournament teams: Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, West Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee. []

Then there’s’s Myron Medcalf’s reseeding of the Sweet 16; he has Kentucky at No. 5 overall and the top No. 2 seed of what’s left. Read Medcalf’s explanation:

5. Kentucky (Reseed: No. 2; previous seed: 5)
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander never earned the acclaim that Collin Sexton and Trae Young enjoyed this season as freshman point guard prospects destined for the next level. But his performance in the NCAA tournament will only elevate the stock of the 6-foot-6 point guard who is the key to Kentucky’s immediate future. He averaged 23.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists in a pair of wins over Davidson and Buffalo. Kentucky outscored both teams 80-50 in the paint.

Gilgeous-Alexander is elevating his play at the right time, as is Kevin Knox, who is contributing to the Wildcats’ dominance in the paint. With higher seeds Virginia and Tennessee already eliminated in the region, Kentucky could reach the Final Four. But it did not have a flawless weekend. Davidson and Buffalo, a pair of double-digit seeds, made 50 percent of their shots inside the arc against the Wildcats. []

While we’re on the subject of Myron Medcalf, he sent what could be the worst tweet of all time on Sunday. Put that thing in the HOF.

Then there’s Andy Katz, formerly of ESPN fame, now with Katz ranks Kentucky sixth of the 16 remaining teams, explained here:

6. Kentucky: The Wildcats lost games in the SEC. So what? News flash: The SEC was much better. The Wildcats are right at the place they need to be — winning the SEC tournament, beating back upstart Davidson and blowing past Buffalo, just two days after the Bulls crushed Arizona. The Wildcats have matured at the “normal” pace for a traditional freshman class. Kentucky has a great shot to end the season where it always expects to be: The Final Four. []

I think somewhere in the neighborhood of fifth is a fair place for the Cats right now, but their path is by far the least challenging of the tournament. That’s why Kentucky is considered the favorite of the remaining teams to earn a Final Four spot.

Go Cats.

UK watching tape of K-State with and without Wade

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Kansas State has been without its leading scorer, Dean Wade, for its last three games.

The 6-10 junior, who averages 16.5 points and 6.3 rebounds per game this season, suffered a foot injury in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Tournament and hasn’t played since. Kansas State is 2-1 without him — two of those being the two NCAA wins — but beating Kentucky will be an enormous challenge if he is unable to go for a fourth straight game.

Wade is listed as probable for Thursday’s Sweet 16 contest, and he told the media in Manhattan, Ks., “I’m like 98 percent sure I’ll play. I don’t know if they can keep me out of this one. This is big time.”

But the unknown surrounding Wade’s status means more work for John Calipari and his staff because they’re watching film of Kansas State with and without Wade.

“Their leading scorer hasn’t played but says he’s playing against us,” Calipari said on his Monday call-in show. “But he said that the last couple of games and did not play, so we have to watch tape of him playing and him not playing. The good news: So do they! ‘What do they look like without Jarred? What do they look like with Jarred?'”

“Both us coaches are going to probably watch seven or six more tapes than we really need to, if either of those kids don’t play,” Cal said.

BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: Most Dominant NCAA Tournament Half

I’ve posted this video several times on this site and headed into a Sweet 16 matchup I think it’s the right time to post it again.  I have argued this was the most dominant half of Kentucky basketball in the modern era.  There are really only two others that compete: 1996 against LSU and 2015 against UCLA.  But I would argue this was more dominant because this was in the Sweet 16 against a quality opponent and neither of those opponents were good at all.

Either way, I always enjoy watching this 1st half.  Jamal Mashburn could have scored 40 points in this half if they wanted.  And just the demoralization of Wake was almost sad to watch.  Enjoy and hope for a similar performance on Thursday night:

KSR gets ready for Catlanta (Tuesday Show Thread)

Matt Jones, Ryan Lemond and Shannon T. Dude are in studio for one more day before they take the show on the road to Catlanta for the rest of the week. They’ll preview the trip and the tournament matchups ahead, as well as other exciting conversations about the happenings around the Bluegrass.

Join in on the fun by calling (502) 571-1080 or send a text to the KSR Texting Machine at (859) 300-3264.

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