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Kentucky’s 2015-16 Basketball Schedule

The biggest matchups revealed are on the road at LSU and Texas A&M.  Here’s the schedule in its entirety (UPDATED):

Nov. 2: vs. Ottawa (Exhibition)

Nov. 6: vs. Kentucky State (Exhibition)

Nov. 13: vs. Albany (Rupp Arena)

Nov. 14: vs. NJIT (Rupp Arena)

Nov. 17: vs. Duke (United Center, Chicago, 7:30, ESPN)

Nov. 20: vs. Wright State (Rupp Arena)

Nov. 24: vs. Boston University (Rupp Arena)

Nov. 27: vs. USF (American Airlines Arena, Miami, 5:00, ESPN)

Nov. 30: vs. Illinois State (Rupp Arena, 7:00, ESPN2)

Dec. 3: at UCLA (Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, 6:00, ESPN)

Dec. 9: vs. Eastern Kentucky (Rupp Arena, 7:00 ESPN2)

Dec. 12: vs. Arizona State (Rupp Arena, 3:15, ESPN)

Dec. 19: vs. Ohio State (Barclays Center, Brooklyn, 3:30, CBS)

Dec. 26: vs. Louisville (Rupp Arena, Noon, CBS)

Jan. 2 – Ole Miss

Jan. 5 – at LSU (ESPN)

Jan. 9 – at Alabama

Jan. 12 – Mississippi St.

Jan. 16 – at Auburn

Jan. 21 – at Arkansas

Jan. 23 — Vanderbilt

Jan. 27 — Missouri

Jan. 30: at Kansas (Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence)

Feb. 2 – at Tennessee

Feb. 6 — Florida (CBS)

Feb. 9 — Georgia

Feb. 13 — at South Carolina

Feb. 18 — Tennessee

Feb. 20 — at Texas A&M

Feb. 23 — Alabama

Feb. 27 — at Vanderbilt (CBS)

March 1 — at Florida

March 5 — LSU (CBS)

March 9-13 — SEC Tournament

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

15 Comments for Kentucky’s 2015-16 Basketball Schedule

  1. Twnky
    7:18 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

    Does anyone know where I can get a printable version of this yet?

    • Yup
      7:25 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

      Scroll up and print it

  2. Twnky
    7:37 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

    I know but I was looking for one more with the letterhead on it

  3. Duke
    7:37 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

    UK is going to get a beating of a lifetime November 17th.

    • Don
      7:49 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

      Duck Fuke !

    • MacGruber
      7:51 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

      Replace get with give and we agree.

  4. Kyle
    7:53 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

    Of course we got a Duke troll… I can’t wait to smash Duke into the ground!!! #GoCats #BBN

  5. San Diego
    8:11 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

    I’m assuming ESPN will pick up some of our games later right? Can’t imagine only one conference game will be televised on an ESPN channel.

    • sjjones
      8:16 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

      Look at the graphic above the schedule.

    • Brian
      6:41 am August 20, 2015 Permalink

      San Diego, where do you live? I’m in Little Italy and am always looking for Cat fans to watch the game with.

  6. David
    8:57 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

    so by my count, that’s playing teams that have 25 titles between them… tough schedule…should be ample room for a mid-season defeat and a late season championship…LOL

    • Ha!
      10:57 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

      Reminds me of when you hear the announcers say during the UK-UL game “both teams have a combined 11 National Championships”

      Sure. but 73% of those are ours… They’re giving the Tards WAY too much credit. 😉

  7. Sweet
    11:01 pm August 19, 2015 Permalink

    Christmas two days in a row!!

  8. Kevin
    8:23 am August 20, 2015 Permalink

    I can see 4 potential losses in there…and lets not forget that is still a great season…..the schedule lays out perfect for UK to be seasoned entering the dance, and that is all that matters.

  9. Steve
    2:24 pm August 20, 2015 Permalink

    Non-conference home schedule is absolutely awful. Season ticket prices go up, but quality of opponents goes the other way.