Women's Basketball: Kentucky 133, Baylor 130 in 4OT
In what is already being discussed for an ESPY award for best game, #5 Kentucky defeated #9 Baylor in a 4-OT slugfest, 133-130. And it was inches away from continuing into 5-OT if Baylor's Alexis Prince had gotten her last-second 3-pointer to drop in instead of rolling out.
Seven Baylor players fouled out, and Prince had not played a game all year due to injury. But Baylor simply had no one e... (MORE)
Men's Basketball: Kentucky 62, Baylor 67
Kentucky dropped their second game of the season to a ranked opponent as they lost to #20 Baylor 62-67. Cal kept the starting lineup of Big Willie, Julius Randle, James Young and the Harrisons.
It's hard to put a finger on exactly what fell short for the Cats, but two stats come to mind. First, and unsurprisingly, free-throws. Kentucky shot only 12 of 23 from the charity stripe (52%), which i... (MORE)
Men's Basketball: Kentucky 79, Providence 65
Coach Cal put Big Willie back in the starting lineup, but kept the remaining starters of Randle, Young and the Harrisons. Kentucky started off quick with the first 6 points of the game.
Providence didn't back down though, and were shooting the lights out from 3-point range. The Friars connected on 10 of 19 from downtown including 6 of 8 in the first half. Calipari attributed the second half ... (MORE)
Football: Kentucky 14, Tennessee 27
That's all she wrote.
Mark Stoops' tumultuous first season is in the books, and next season starts now. There weren't a lot of good things coming out of this game (or this season), but there were a few. Sophomore RB Dyshawn Mobley has gone OFF the past two games, including 143 yards on 17 touches Saturday. Between he and true Freshman JoJo Kemp, the Cats have a great RB base returning next y... (MORE)
Women's Basketball: Kentucky 69, Louisville 64
The Cats were down by 14 at one point, and were down by 9 at the half before coming back to defeat the dirty birds 69-64. Kentucky has now won 16 straight against Louisville in Memorial Coliseum.
Senior forward DeNesha Stallworth led the Cats with 16 points and 8 rebounds, and 3 players scored in double digits. UK shot a season-worst 36.1% from the field but a season-best 47.1% from long-range... (MORE)