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February 23, 2020

Georgia beats Vandy at Buzzer + More SEC Saturday Takeaways

Sam Gormley 5:00pm February 23, 2020 2/23/20

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With Selection Sunday just three weeks away, the SEC basketball picture is beginning to take firm shape. Yesterday had 5 of the 7 games finish with margins of 10 points or less. If you were all set in preparing for the Florida game, you may have missed some of the bigger storylines from yesterday’s action.…

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February 16, 2020

Social Media Reactions: Ole Miss Game

Sam Gormley 2:00pm February 16, 2020 2/16/20

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It wasn’t pretty, but the blue and white left Rupp Arena with a five-point home victory over the Rebels of Ole Miss. The pulse of the fanbase is fairly predictable after escaping with a win. On Immanuel Quickley Immanuel Quickley is the most underrated player in the entire nation — bake (@_bakes1) February 16, 2020…

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Today on KSR: Cats survive at home against Ole Miss

Sam Gormley 10:00am February 16, 2020 2/16/20 Comments Disabled

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I’ve always learned that I would rather win ugly than lose pretty. Yesterday was the epitome of just that. Kentucky did not play well, but survived down the stretch to defeat Ole Miss 67-62. Here is the news you need to know to start your Sunday: Free Throws prove to be the difference Good teams…

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February 10, 2020

Breaking Down Kentucky Baseball’s Freshman Pitching Duo

Trey Huntsman 5:00pm February 10, 2020 2/10/20

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Well, here we are. It is officially the opening week of college baseball. Before the Cats open their season this Friday at TCU, we’re introducing you to some new faces of the 2020 team. Two pitchers that are expected to make an impact as freshmen are Cole Stupp and Zack Lee. The freshman right-handers were…

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February 2, 2020

Social Media Reactions: Auburn Game

Sam Gormley 2:00pm February 2, 2020 2/2/20

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We have now all gotten our chance to get over yesterday’s loss to Auburn. There is no secret to say that it wasn’t pretty, but even through all of its’ ugliness, the Cats still had a legitimate chance to win and in some cases still should have. After losses, the pulse of the fanbase is…

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Today on KSR: Fouls pile up in Kentucky’s loss to Auburn

Sam Gormley 10:00am February 2, 2020 2/2/20

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Kentucky’s winning streak came to a screeching halt yesterday on the plains as Auburn walked away with a 9-point home victory. There are multiple ways that you can look at this game. Do you look at the 44 free throws attempted by Auburn? Do you look at the Cats getting abused on the glass? Or…

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January 26, 2020

Social Media Reactions: Texas Tech Game

Sam Gormley 12:00pm January 26, 2020 1/26/20

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The pulse of the fanbase is always fun for me to check in with after any big game. Here is what you, the fans, were thinking after yesterday’s win over Texas Tech. On Kentucky Basketball My first @KentuckyMBB game was awesome! The crowd at @TexasTech was LIT, it was LOUD, BUT my Cats got the…

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Today on KSR: Richards leads Cats to road win over Texas Tech

Sam Gormley 10:00am January 26, 2020 1/26/20

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The hottest ticket in all of sports yesterday surrounding Lubbock, Texas and the 15,000 Red Raider fans left with an overtime loss to Kentucky. The Cats had an 8 point lead in the closing minutes, but Texas Tech fought back and sent the game into overtime where Nick Richards took over and led the way.…

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January 19, 2020

Today on KSR: Calipari ejected as Cats surge past Arkansas

Sam Gormley 10:00am January 19, 2020 1/19/20

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With the game looking to be heading down the same route as Wednesday night’s loss to South Carolina, head coach John Calipari picked up a double technical foul and was ejected. From that point on, the Cats rolled and survived a massive road test at Arkansas by a final score of 73-66. Here is the…

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January 17, 2020

KSR Show Thread 1/17: Barleycorn’s in Cold Spring

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 9:55am January 17, 2020 1/17/20

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Good morning, friends, and welcome to the Friday edition of Kentucky Sports Radio, which is coming to you live from Barleycorn’s in Cold Spring. If you’re in the area, come on out to enjoy the show and register for the chance to win two lower-level tickets to the Georgia game on Jan. 21. If you’re…

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December 8, 2005

Meet Michael Beasley

Matt Jones 1:57pm December 8, 2005 12/8/05

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While I was at the Marshall County Hoopfest this past weekend, I found myself attempting to act like I was an actual member of the media. I mean oh sure, I do co-host a radio show, write for KSR and am a nationally syndicated columnist (or at least that is what the bio of the…

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December 7, 2005

News roundup

Matt Jones 11:35pm December 7, 2005 12/7/05

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Lots going on in the world of sports and life, and I would hate for you to miss out. There are lots of things coaches should not have to deal with. I think any coach at a major university should assume that his kids will go to class, be honest citizens, and not punch their…

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What did you do today?

Matt Jones 10:57pm December 7, 2005 12/7/05

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My mother and I usually talk every two to three days and at some point towards the beginning of the conversation, she will ask me with all sincerity, “so what exciting things have you done today?” I dont really have the heart to tell her that there is not a great deal exciting happening during…

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See this is why blogs are good

Matt Jones 8:51pm December 7, 2005 12/7/05

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Hold your horses on the Morris situation. I am hearing positive information. Could find out something very soon. Stay tuned.

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Randolph Morris questions

Matt Jones 4:35pm December 7, 2005 12/7/05

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Lot of talk around Kentucky that the University will receive an official decision on Randolph Morris tomorrow. Dont believe the talk on the internet that the school has already found out positive news. As of this afternoon, the school knows nothing, but remains confident. This could be the biggest news, one way or another, of…

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December 6, 2005

My Conversation with 2007 UK Target Jai Lucas

Josh 11:31pm December 6, 2005 12/6/05

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Meet Jai Lucas a 5-10 silky smooth PG at Bellaire HS (Houston, TX) who is receiving a great deal of attention from many elite programs. Jai comes from a genetic pool of talent with a family that is no stranger to basketball. His father John Lucas was an NBA All-Star and his brother John Lucas…

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The Shagari and Joe Crawford breakout

Matt Jones 9:53pm December 6, 2005 12/6/05

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A lot will be made after tonight’s contest about the exceptional performance of Shagari Alleyne. Most of the big guy’s fans have been hoping all year to see him do exactly what he did tonight….call for the ball on offense, play a strong centralized game on defense and at least be mediocre on the glass.…

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Views on Tubby and recruiting

Matt Jones 4:52pm December 6, 2005 12/6/05

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While at the Marshall County Hoopfest, I had the chance to speak with a number of people who follow recruiting very closely and I asked them all one question: Why does it seem that Tubby strikes out so often with the top of the line player? I heard a number of theories, most of which…

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News from around the globe

Matt Jones 4:45pm December 6, 2005 12/6/05

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Lots of good stuff going on in the world today, so here are a few tidbits: Tonight is the Jimmy V Classic, one of my favorite college basketball nights of the year, with Kansas v. St. Josephs and Michigan St v Boston College. I usually watch the affair for the sole purpose of seeing the…

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A Humbling experience

Matt Jones 12:59am December 6, 2005 12/6/05

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There are some people out there who may think that the purpose of this blog is only to have commentary about UK athletics and news tidbits that are both informative and on topic. I dont like these people. For my purposes, this blog will do those things but it also much more. It is a…

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