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June 23, 2019

What happens if Blackshear doesn’t commit to UK?

Hayden Adams 6:00pm June 23, 2019 6/23/19

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Virginia Tech graduate transfer Kerry Blackshear, Jr. will make his decision on where he attends school next season any day now. Whether or not he joins UK, his decision has big implications on how the Cats will function next year. However, he is by no means the be-all and end-all for the Cats to have…

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How Nick Richards performs in different gear

Hayden Adams 5:00pm June 23, 2019 6/23/19

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On Wednesday, June 19, Former UK football players Austin MacGinnis and Charles Walker made an appearance on KSR. At one point, MacGinnis was asked to comment on whether or not current UK kicker Miles Butler could improve his range simply by getting in the weight room. “I think it matters whether, you know, what kind…

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How to replace Benny Snell

Hayden Adams 4:00pm June 23, 2019 6/23/19

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As sad as it is for UK fans to hear, Benny Snell is gone. He’s taken his school records 48 career touchdowns and 3,873 career rushing yards (and his whirring mouthpiece) to the Pittsburgh Steelers. While Kentucky is losing a lot of veterans next season, including their entire starting secondary, Snell’s presence and leadership will…

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The defining moments from this year’s departures

Hayden Adams 3:00pm June 23, 2019 6/23/19

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With the NBA draft in the rearview mirror, another batch of John Calipari’s one-and-done players are joining professional ranks. While UK fans may have grown accustomed to the Cats’ annual changing of personnel, each of Calipari’s teams has a unique blend of personalities who make a team special, and last year was no exception. Of…

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June 19, 2019

Breaking down Nate Sestina’s game

Hayden Adams 7:30pm June 19, 2019 6/19/19

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Nate Sestina, a 6-foot-9 power forward from Emporium, Pennsylvania, will be joining Kentucky as a graduate transfer in the upcoming season. The former member of the Bucknell Bison is following in the footsteps of Reid Travis, who transferred from Stanford to play out his final year with the Wildcats. Many have heard about Sestina and…

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June 16, 2019

Looking at John Calipari’s grad transfers before being Wildcats

Hayden Adams 10:00pm June 16, 2019 6/16/19 Comments Disabled

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As graduate transfers have become more prevalent in college basketball, John Calipari has joined in on the sweepstakes for experienced talent. Because of this, what follows is a look at how the graduate transfers Cal has gotten (and one he hopefully will get) have fared before becoming Wildcats. Julius Mays Julius Mays was the first…

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June 2, 2019

Walker Montgomery: getting to know one of KY’s rising country singers

Hayden Adams 9:00pm June 2, 2019 6/2/19

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Walker Carl Montgomery, son of John Michael Montgomery and nephew of Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry (no relation to Kentucky Basketball forward E.J. Montgomery) is a rising star in country music. Walker was kind enough to agree to an interview with Kentucky Sports Radio and let people get to know him better as he continues…

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May 26, 2019

Terry Wilson doesn’t have too far to go

Hayden Adams 8:30pm May 26, 2019 5/26/19

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Terry Wilson’s physical gifts were apparent in his first season as UK’s starting quarterback. He recorded the second-most rushing yards (547) and yards per rush (4.1) among SEC quarterbacks. Wilson did have his share of struggles, however. He was 13th in the conference with only 11 touchdown passes and fifth from the bottom with eight interceptions.…

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Why Richards and Montgomery are more important than people realize

Hayden Adams 6:30pm May 26, 2019 5/26/19

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John Calipari has had great success in his tenure at Kentucky: a record of 305-71 and appearances in seven Elite Eights, four Final Fours and two championship games with one tournament championship. Through it all, there has been one common factor: strong post play. Since Calipari took the helm for the Cats, they have been…

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May 24, 2019

Top non-conference opponents UK could play

Hayden Adams 7:00pm May 24, 2019 5/24/19

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After participating in the 18th bowl game in program history—a 27-24 Citrus Bowl victory over Penn State—and landing just the second five-star recruit since 2002 (when Rivals.com began ranking recruits) in Justin Rogers, Kentucky football is riding high. While the recent success is cause for celebration, the program cannot rest on its laurels. This is…

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