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June 1, 2014

Julius Randle or Noah Vonleh?

Ben Ward 9:30pm June 1, 2014 6/1/14

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    Back in November, the top three spots in the NBA Draft seemed to be certain. Everyone thought it was a done deal that Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker and Julius Randle would go 1, 2, 3 in some order. Then people found out that another Kansas freshman happened to possess freak of nature ability,…

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May 27, 2014

Golf Cats Run Ends at NCAA Tournament

Ben Ward 11:57am May 27, 2014 5/27/14 Comments Disabled

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  After a strong season that saw the UK men’s golf team make their first NCAA tournament in 10 years, the Cats’ run has ended with a T-18th finish at Prairie Dunes in Hutchinson, Kansas. The duo of seniors studs, Ben Stow and Stephen Powers, that have been UK’s rock for the past two years…

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May 18, 2014

Ranking the Best Three-Point Shooters Under Calipari

Ben Ward 9:30pm May 18, 2014 5/18/14

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  When one thinks of the Calipari era, what first comes to mind is the plethora of athletes and immense talent that UK has amassed. An area that hasn’t been up to snuff, though, when compared to the other aspects of the game is three-point shooting. But, this doesn’t mean that UK hasn’t had their…

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May 17, 2014

Kentucky Golf Team Qualifies for NCAA Tournament

Ben Ward 9:30pm May 17, 2014 5/17/14 Comments Disabled

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  For the first time since 2006, the UK men’s golf team has qualified for the NCAA tournament after finishing 4th at the NCAA Regional Championship in Raleigh, North Carolina. Senior Stephen Powers led the way for the Cats by going 5-under for the weekend, placing him 5th overall for the weekend.   Just like…

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May 11, 2014

Ranking Calipari’s Top Frontcourts

Ben Ward 10:00pm May 11, 2014 5/11/14

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  With all the hype surrounding next season’s frontcourt, I thought it might be a good idea to remember just how much talent in the frontcourt Calipari has gathered over the past few years. NBA All-Stars, future NBA All-Stars, heck, possibly even a future NBA MVP have started their illustrious career’s at Kentucky. Which team,…

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Comparing the Blue Bloods in the Calipari Era

Ben Ward 12:00pm May 11, 2014 5/11/14

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    I think one of the things that has slipped through the cracks in the aftermath of the national championship game is the question as to where to put UConn historically. They’ve got four national championships, five Final Fours, 11 Elite Eights, and 29 conference championships. All in all, that’s a pretty good resume.…

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May 4, 2014

Comparing UK’s Backcourt for Next Season

Ben Ward 8:30pm May 4, 2014 5/4/14

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      Going into next season, I think one thing is about as close to certain as possible: that UK is going to have the strongest and most talented frontcourt in the nation. And that’s all fine and dandy, but without good guard play a team really has no chance of making a deep…

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All-UK NBA Team

Ben Ward 10:30am May 4, 2014 5/4/14

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    With the NBA playoffs in full swing, I thought it might be a cool idea to discuss a couple things about an all-UK team in the NBA. As distant as it seems, there are a few guys playing well in the NBA that were pre-Calipari era. But let’s not kid ourselves, as the…

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April 28, 2014

Golf Cats Finish 8th at SEC Tournament

Ben Ward 9:00am April 28, 2014 4/28/14 Comments Disabled

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    After three grueling days down in St. Simon’s Island, Georgia, the UK men’s golf team finished 8th of 14, finishing 38 shots behind champions Alabama. Sounds bad, but the top-ranked Crimson Tide cleared the field by 16 shots with four players who finished under par. Yeah, Alabama is really, really good. But back…

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April 19, 2014

A Look at the Other Possible Contenders in 2014-2015

Ben Ward 2:15pm April 19, 2014 4/19/14

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    Six months. We’re about six months away from Big Blue Madness and from the start of the 2014-2015 college basketball season. Regardless of who specifically returns for the Cats, I think pretty much everyone feels comfortable that UK will have enough returning pieces to legitimately contend again next season. However, the Cats won’t…

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