Kentucky signee Tyrese Maxey played three games last week at the Kentucky Lake Showcase in Marshall County, including one with UK coach John Calipari watching, and showed why he’s one of the top 10 players in the 2019 recruiting class.
Craig Yeast Says New Year’s Day Bowl Was Rewarding For His Team Just Like It Is For Cats This Season
It’s still hard for Craig Yeast to believe that it was over 20 years ago when he was playing in a New Year’s Day bowl with Kentucky.
During recruiting a lot of attention goes to players who either flip their commitment from one school to another — or at least consider it.
John Calipari Knows Cats Must Maintain Intensity Against Louisville, Especially With Game in Yum Center
After beating North Carolina and with Louisville next on the schedule, Kentucky coach John Calipari knows the cheer is back for Kentucky basketball fans.
Dagen Rash is a dreamer, but he’s also realistic.
By LARRY VAUGHT First, and most importantly, Merry Christmas to each of you and I hope you have a special day filled with memories you’ll
Four years ago it was former Kentucky quarterback Freddie Maggard telling everyone that a two-star recruit out of New Jersey had the potential to be the best player in Kentucky’s recruiting class.
One of the more intriguing football signees for Kentucky on Wednesday was Louisiana quarterback Amani Gilmore.
By LARRY VAUGHT Jared Prickett was a freshman on Kentucky’s 1993 Final Four team that was honored at Rupp Arena Saturday. Not every player on that
He’s a consensus All-American, multiple winner of national defensive player of the year awards and a likely top 10 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Were expectations too high for Kentucky going into this season or has Kentucky simply underperformed this year?
Sporting News columnist Mike DeCoucy is one of those who thought Quade Green’s 3-point shooting would be an invaluable asset for Kentucky this season.
Two State High School Coaches Upset That Louisville Pulled Scholarship Offers So Close To Signing Day
New Louisville coach Scott Satterfield is quickly building a reputation with some Kentucky high school football coaches —but it is not the type or reputation or relationship a coach would normally want.
Kentucky senior Maci Morris is off to a terrific start this year averaging 16.8 points and 3.4 rebounds per game while shooting 41.8 percent from 3-point range and 86.7 percent at the foul line.
There’s little doubt that JJ Weaver has all the physical tools to be a special football player at Kentucky. The 6-6, 240-pound Louisville Moore defensive end has verbally committed to Kentucky and is the kind of four-star athlete that UK coach Mark Stoops loves to have to fortify his defense.