Billy Donovan took out a full page ad in the Gainesville Sun this morning to thank Florida fans for the cherished memories made during his 19 years as the head men’s basketball coach at the University of Florida.
The University of Kentucky Softball team’s attempt at a second trip in a row to Oklahoma City for the Women’s College World Series was cut short today when they fell to Florida, 1-0, in Gainesville.
In an article posted by Chris Vannini yesterday on coachingsearch.com, Celtics Coach Brad Stevens explained what he wants players to understand about the difficulties of transitioning from college basketball into the professional league.
With the 2015 class almost complete, it’s about time to turn our attention towards the youngsters of 2016. Miles Bridges of Huntington Prep (the same program that produced Andrew Wiggins and our man Patrick Patterson), included Kentucky in his top five schools this weekend in an interview with 247sports.
Larry Vaught of The Advocate Messenger and vaughtsviews.com, posted an article earlier today that gave us a deep insight into the thoughts of Kentucky signee, Mychal Mulder. A JUCO standout from Vincennes University, Mulder is coming to Kentucky with experience and the taste of victory under his belt.
If there’s one thing that we learned about the Harrisons during their stay at Kentucky, it’s that they never lose their confidence. Sure, each of them had lapses during the regular season, but deep-down the boys always seemed to believe that they were the best players on the court and that their team would find a way to win in March.
With advent of the front-facing camera and the eternal presence of human narcissism, it’s safe to say that selfies are here to stay. As annoying as they are, there is actually a time and place for them.
Dan Duangdao of Lakers Nation has some good news for the Lakers and great news for Kentucky fans. Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said this morning on Bleacher Report Radio, that “it looks like Julis Randle has recovered completely.
According to Rick Bozich of WDRB in Louisville, a former oddsmaker is giving Kentucky a one point edge in their November 28th matchup against Louisville.