– We started off the month still discussing Devan Downey’s game-winner.
– Following the shot, the questioning of Clyde really started to get steam.
– After Dennis Felton was fired, Bobby Knight flirted with the Georgia job.
– The Cats had a “verbal free-for-all” after losing to Miss. St. at Rupp.
– It was National Signing Day! And the Cats landed a pretty nice class.
– We were joined by Greg Anthony for a live blog, which proved him to be the slowest typer on the planet.
– A young man named John Wall started drawing interest again.
– We were treated to the Kentucky version of Frost-Nixon…at a gas station.
– Our first Kentucky Ale girl stopped by.
– The infamous KSR Grammy LiveBlog was held.
– Our family grew a little larger as Aaron’s UK Basketball Blog joined in on the fun.
– Fake Gimel warned us that the Kentucky government was preparing for a basketball disaster.
– Gator basketballer Chandler Parsons told us Rupp isn’t a tough place to play in. Or not as tough as Tennessee or Florida State, at least.
– Of course, the nipple guy didn’t hurt.
– The great Tom Leach joined us for a Live Blog.
– Ryan Parker told us a little story about Billy and Jeanine.
– Mosley brought us Know Your Enemy: Ankle Sprain.
– Gillispie’s squad beat down Arkansas, 79-63.
– Sigh. Vanderbilt beat Kentucky. Again.
– To further rub salt in our wounds, Rick Pitino and Christian Laettner teamed up for a commercial.
– Cats fans did get some Duke revenge though as Seth Davis sat down for a Live Blog with Matt.
– The Bracket Buster Live Blog! Hours and hours of blogging….and an appearance by John Clay. And we got this great name for Tomlin’s son: LaDanian, Tomlin’s son.
– The Cats knocked off the Vols to remain in the NCAA Tourney hunt.
– The first of a million mentions of Adam Sandler wearing a UK shirt! OMG!!
– UK officially launched a “Jodie Meeks for Player of the Year” site….but the WITNESS shirts remained in boxes.
– In one of the final straws, Gillispie disrespects Tom Leach.
– Reports surfaced putting AJ Stewart’s status in question.
– Kevin Galloway blew an assignment and UK fell to LSU, 73-70.