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February 1, 2014

Scouting Report: Missouri Tigers

BrandonRamsey 10:01am February 1, 2014 2/1/14

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General #32 Jabari Brown is a great offensive player and 1 of the best shooters in the SEC. 3 good guards/wings that can score 20+ on a given night.  Not a deep team; 7 man rotation with the majority of the scoring coming from 3 guys. Pretty good shooting team.  36.7% from beyond the arc…

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January 31, 2014

Flashback Friday: Re-visiting the Post-Game Headlines

Ally Tucker 9:30pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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Kentucky is 20 games into the 2013-2014 season, sporting a 15-5 record that still has people wondering exactly what this team will look like come March. As I was reflecting back upon some of Kentucky’s wins and losses from the season, some trends seem to take place over the course of the season that often…

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SEC 3-Point Shot For The Weekend

Will Lentz 8:00pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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With about six weeks left until the SEC Tournament, we are headed in to a big weekend in conference play.  Here are three (and one) story lines that Kentucky fans should be keeping an eye on throughout Saturday’s games. The Florida Gators: If you haven’t been following closely, the Gators are on a tear.  They…

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Kentucky’s Transitional Issue

Jonathan Schuette 7:00pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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John Calipari’s team has encountered some major issues. The Wildcats, formerly the nation’s top-ranked team in the preseason, are coming off a defeat to an LSU squad with previous losses to the collegiate basketball titans known as Rhode Island and Alabama. While the final margin was only five points, the score as the clock hit…

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Coach Cal to participate in NCAA Autism Awareness Day

Courtney Hessler 6:00pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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  (Darrell Bird | CatsPause) Coach Cal will participate Saturday in the first NCAA basketball Autism Awareness Day. It’s not surprising to see Cal join in on the effort. Coach Cal has used his status to raise money for several different groups throughout his coaching career. Calipari even created his own foundation to invest into…

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Is Tomorrow’s Game Really A Must-Win?

Caleb Epley 3:11pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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After a lousy performance Tuesday night in Baton Rouge, a good portion of the fan base is labeling tomorrow’s game against Missouri a must-win. Why wouldn’t it be? If the Wildcats were to lose, it would be the sixth loss of the season for the former #1 team in the country – a squad that…

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Five notes from Cal’s very short press conference

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 2:20pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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John Calipari kept his remarks short and surly during today’s presser, concentrating mainly on his players’ struggle to play for the team instead of themselves.  Here are a few tidbits: — Cal said that he “might” change up the starting lineup, but he doesn’t think it really matters: “I might, but you know, again, I…

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Alex Poythress called a players-only meeting after the LSU loss

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:55pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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During today’s media opportunity today, Dakari Johnson told reporters that Alex Poythress called a players-only meeting after the LSU loss at the hotel in Baton Rouge.  Dakari said that the meeting wasn’t heated, each player spoke, and several people apologized. Cal was asked about the meeting during his presser and said the he didn’t know…

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So, this poll is interesting…

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:20pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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ESPN’s Sportsnation has a poll up this afternoon asking readers whether or not John Calipari will ever win another National Championship.  Here are the results, as of 12:13 p.m…. Go vote.

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Mizzou planning a “Gold Rush” for Saturday

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 1:00pm January 31, 2014 1/31/14

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White out, black out, blue out…you name, it the Cats cause it.  Missouri has dubbed Saturday’s game against Kentucky the “Gold Rush” game and is encouraging fans to wear gold.   Take care of business, Cats.  We don’t need that “rush” part happening either.

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July 13, 2020

BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: Who Actually Has The Harder Job – Calipari or Stoops?

Bryan the Intern 10:30am July 13, 2020 7/13/20

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So maybe this a question that some of you will feel has an easy answer but I actually think there is a legitimate argument for either answer.  The question really boils down to what do you think makes a job hard.  Is it the expectations that come from that job?  Or is it the barriers…

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John Calipari announces McLendon Minority Leadership Initiative

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 9:58am July 13, 2020 7/13/20

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John Calipari has a new mission. This morning, Calipari announced the McLendon Minority Leadership Initiative (MLI), a coach-driven program aimed at creating access and opportunities for minorities in college athletics administration. The foundation is named for civil rights pioneer John McLendon, the first African American basketball coach at a predominantly white institution and in any…

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July 12, 2020

Which Local School Would YOU Like Kentucky to Play?

Alex Weber 8:00pm July 12, 2020 7/12/20

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If Kentucky had one slot open in its basketball schedule, which local team would YOU want them to play? Would you opt for a power five matchup if it means going on the road? Or do you want to stay home and whup up on another Kentucky State? I have a list and some reasons…

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KSR Exclusive: “Authentic” Scenes from Inside the BBNBA Bubble

Wynn McDonald 6:00pm July 12, 2020 7/12/20

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**DISCLAIMER: These quotes are definitely not real. This is a satirical piece written with the intent to entertain, not to inform.** The long-awaited NBA restart is now less than three weeks away, and with players arriving in their hotel rooms this week, scenes from the carefully-maintained Orlando “bubble” are already flooding in on social media.…

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Iconic Cats Moments, Described as Boring as Possible

Ty Schadt 3:00pm July 12, 2020 7/12/20

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Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY SportsIf you’ve been on Twitter in the past week, you might have noticed tweets that look like this: Can you describe your favorite game as boring as possible — PKBanjo (@PKBanjo) July 4, 2020 Or this: Describe your favorite movie as boring as possible. — Bodhi Elfman (@bodhielfman) July 9,…

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The Importance of Lance Ware

Brandon Ramsey 1:00pm July 12, 2020 7/12/20

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It seems like every year basketball recruiting speeds up a little bit more. Most of the top prospects start receiving offers during their Freshman or Sophomore seasons, with some even holding scholarships before they ever play a high school game. Coach Calipari and the Kentucky staff generally aren’t quite as aggressive with the early offers,…

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July 11, 2020

How the University of Kentucky Altered the Trajectory of College Athletics in 1945

Nick Roush 7:00pm July 11, 2020 7/11/20

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College athletics as we know it would not be the same without the University of Kentucky. Don’t take my word for it. That comes from Alex Kirshner, one of a few authors for the upcoming e-book Sinful Seven: Sci-Fi Western Legends of the NCAA, brought to you by the fine folks from SB Nation and…

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July 10, 2020

Rupp Arena one of Seth Davis’ Top 10 College Basketball Arenas

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 6:00pm July 10, 2020 7/10/20

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As Kentucky fans, we may quibble about Rupp Arena from time to time, specifically the aloof atmosphere in the lower level, but there’s no denying that when Rupp’s rocking, it’s one of the best environments in college basketball. Seth Davis agrees. Yesterday, he ranked Rupp seventh on his list of the ten best venues in…

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I bet you a million dollars you can’t guess Skyy Clark’s favorite Wildcat**

Drew Franklin 3:15pm July 10, 2020 7/10/20

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Five-star guard Skyy Clark is very high on Kentucky, says he’s been a fan since he’s been playing basketball and it was a “blessing” to receive a scholarship offer last week. He’s a huge Cats fan. He’ll probably become a Wildcat when it’s his turn to play college basketball in 2022. So Clark likes the…

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July 9, 2020

NCAA VP of Basketball confident college basketball will begin on schedule

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 11:30pm July 9, 2020 7/9/20

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It’s been a rough few days for college football fans, but one of the biggest names at the NCAA is confident college basketball will begin on schedule. NCAA Vice President of Basketball Dan Gavitt told CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander that as long as basketball can be played safely next year, the NCAA Tournament will happen.…

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