Way back in 1995, when Rick Pitino was the head coach at the University of Kentucky, Dr. David Kinnaird of Louisville wrote Pitino a letter expressing concerns with Walter McCarty’s diet.
John Calipari made headlines yesterday when he said the team’s goal last season was to have eight players drafted. Not surprisingly, many Kentucky basketball fans went bonkers over the comment, without understanding Cal’s point.
Friends, what if I told you that there was a scary rumor about a man with a hook on his hand who was terrorizing Lovers’ Lane, scratching upon windows and breaking in and brutally murdering the young paramours necking in the back seat? You’d probably think it was an urban legend, a story making the rounds, some embellished scuttlebutt around town that you shouldn’t put any stock in, right? Well guess what? You would be wrong, because that man killed some people who live on my street last night.
The Harrison twins will be looking to improve their draft status again today as they are taking part in the BDA Pro Day in Santa Barbara. BDA, which represents the twins along with former Wildcat Rajon Rondo hosts an annual Pro Day for their players.
According to betting website and sportsbook Bovada, Kentucky is no longer the favorite to win the 2016 NCAA Men’s College Basketball title. The favorite is now Maryland at 9/1 odds with Kentucky, Duke and North Carolina right behind the Terps at 10/1.
According to Nashville’s WSMV, Tennessee is getting a new state logo and the company that designed it should be charged with robbery. Like, all of the robbery. Infinity counts of robbery.
Kentucky’s 2014-2015 non-conference schedule is out, which means two things: 1) You can finally plan your late fall/early winter social gatherings, and 2) We can finally turn the page and focus on next season.
It was Saturday when I could finally say I’d gotten over it – May 16, 9:30 a.m., to be exact.
I realized it as I was driving to pick up some breakfast for my family.