By LARRY VAUGHT He was never a prolific scorer — not even at a time when offenses were nearly as productive as now — but Ed
For the last three years, I’ve been lucky enough to be able to share over 625 stories with you on this site but today’s column will be my last here.
By LARRY VAUGHT She was only in the eighth grade when she started attracting the attention of Division I softball coaches and after her sophomore year
After PJ Washington continued his impressive play with 24 points — his 10th 20-point game of the season and eighth in the last 10 games — in Saturday’s win over Auburn, I asked Auburn coach Bruce Pearl what had impressed him the most about the UK sophomore’s development this season.
By LARRY VAUGHT Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie had a lot of success during her four years as an assistant coach at Houston, but it pales in comparison
By LARRY VAUGHT It’s easy for Maria Montgomery to explain how much she believes Kentucky basketball fans enjoy watching the Firecrackers, a performance jump rope team
By LARRY VAUGHT The first time Jim Porter invited me to attend the Ohio UK Convention I really had no idea what to expect. What I
By LARRY VAUGHT She hit her first home run at Kentucky on opening day this season for the softball team in her first game back
By LARRY VAUGHT No one in the Southeastern Conference has been playing better the last few weeks than Kentucky sophomore PJ Washington. But does he have
By LARRY VAUGHT It didn’t take long for pitcher Grace Baalman to learn two valuable lessons last year during her freshman season at Kentucky. “Pretty much
By LARRY VAUGHT Before Mark Stoops coached his first game at Kentucky, I can still remember what a veteran NFL scout I respect told me before
By LARRY VAUGHT Marty Brennaman didn’t get to have too many on-court moments to cherish from the two years he worked on the Kentucky TV
By LARRY VAUGHT Sometimes even if you are a University of Kentucky fan, you have to be willing to still recognize a business opportunity. That’s why
By LARRY VAUGHT Since her brothers played soccer, Alex Hyland did, too, until her father told her at about age 9 or 10 that she had
By LARRY VAUGHT Some might be surprised by what Kentucky freshman point guard Ashton Hagans has done this season, but not Dan McDonald. He watched Hagans