With Jaylen Brown heading to California and no word on Jamal Murray visiting Lexington this weekend. It’s beginning to look like the 2015-2016 roster is set. Who will we be rolling out and how do they break down? Let’s take a look.
Za’Darius Smith has finally heard his name called in the NFL Draft. The Baltimore Ravens selected Smith 122nd overall in the fourth round of the draft today.
Smith and Dupree will both be playing in the AFC North.
Yes, I know the final score was 13-3. But there was more to this game than the box score would indicate. Kentucky (25-19, 10-11) was one strike away from the potential outcome being totally different against defending National Champion and 6th-ranked Vanderbilt (34-13, 16-6) Friday night at Cliff Hagan Stadium.
Well. It looks like we all have a common enemy to add to the list. Although we don’t know their name, 678 Winky Face found the fast track to joining the ranks of BBN’s most hated.
Former University of Kentucky pitcher, Andrew Albers, was called up to the major by the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday.
After a loss to the Indians, the Blue Jays decided to shake up their pitching roster.
The favorite American Pharoah won the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby. After winning the Derby on California Chrome last year, jockey Victor Espinoza once again wins the Kentucky Derby.
Before Dante Fowler Jr. started the trend of studded loafers at the NFL Draft, our own Isaiah Briscoe sported them first. Briscoe sported the Christian Louboutin Rollerboy Studded Loafers to prom he attended on April 23.
Despite not being selected in the NFL Draft, a few other former Kentucky players will get their chance to make it in the NFL.
After not hearing his name in the NFL Draft, Braylon Heard will attend the Cleveland Browns’ rookie mini-camp on a tryout basis.