Good evening, friends, and greetings from a sleety Nashvegas. Nashville escaped the brunt of the snow that’s buried the Bluegrass in the past month, but Winter Storm Thor may have its way with Music City tonight.
Submission of the ballot initiative to the city of Carson, California, marks an incremental step in development of the $1.7 billion project.
John Calipari will give his players two or three days off after they clinch a perfect regular season Saturday, and then it’s on to the SEC Tournament in Nashville, where the Wildcats will play for you, Big Blue Nation.
According to Elaine Reese, mother of Reese Phillips, and relayed to the internet by Darrell Bird, the Kentucky quarterback ruptured his Achilles today. The timing couldn’t be worse, if this proves to be true, as the Cats are set to begin spring football practice this weekend.
The dream bracket from two days ago didn’t last long as Wisconsin moves back to the Midwest in today’s update, replacing Gonzaga as Kentucky’s 2 seed.
Ohio State also returned to the region in today’s projections, setting up a potential matchup with Kentucky in the Round of 32.
Kevin Spacey is a two-time Oscar winning actor who is currently chewing up scenery and the nation’s bandwidth on Netflix’s beloved and bingeworthy House of Cards. Let me be the ten thousandth to say that such a development seemed impossible only a few years ago.
There is someone in the world who believes Kansas is having a better season than Kentucky… Seriously.
This morning I watched a guy eat pencils on YouTube and that’s not the dumbest thing I’ve seen on the internet today, believe or not. No, this article by Chris Chase for USA Today’s For The Win blog takes the cake.
After running in circles on my twin sized bed at every missed shot and my roommate telling me I was acting insane for two and a half hours (I know I can’t be the only one because that game was intense), I sat down to consider how Kentucky managed to win.
Sign-ups are open for the fourth annual John Calipari Basketball Fantasy Experience and spots are filling up FAST. If you have any interest in being a camper this year, don’t wait around to signed up or you may miss out.
Details for the 2015 camp can be found in the flyer below.
As someone who has been a fly on the wall for the first three camps, let me tell you, it’s a pretty amazing weekend.