Preview the November - Basketball Preview - Issue!

The November issue of the <i>Inside Kentucky</i> magazine will be shipped out next week to subscribers and newsstands! Take a peek at some of the issue's features ...

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Here's a preview of some of the features in this month's issue ...

DIARY OF A WOUNDED CAT
Dear Diary: Why the periodic tease in every decade since the sixties from this football program? It keeps me continuing to buy my season tickets.
By Lonny Demaree
(PHOTO: Jonathan Ray/Inside Kentucky)
THE YEAR OF YOUNGSTERS
The Wildcats will rely heavily on the highly regarded freshmen class to pull them through down the stretch in 2004-2005.
By Greg Hoover
(PHOTO: Jonathan Ray/Inside Kentucky)
TALKING HEADS ARE TALKING CATS
"But you're not going to win the NCAA championship without future NBA players on your team and UK was short on those. (Joe) Crawford and (Randolph) Morris give them two such players"
By Jamie H. Vaught
(PHOTO: Jonathan Ray/Inside Kentucky)
GUARDED OPTIMISM
Kentucky's young guards are key to the Wildcats success this season.
By Rob Gidel
(PHOTO: Bill Patterson/Inside Kentucky)
DE-ARRIVAL
"The new players -- and even some of the ones coming back -- need the confidence that can only come with winning."
By Will Buntin
(PHOTO: Bill Patterson/Inside Kentucky)
THE PRIDE OF MEMPHIS
"You don't have to talk up Kentucky. Kentucky's – Kentucky. It speaks for itself. Add in the fact that they are so close to home and are in the SEC."
By Rob Gidel & Jeff Goodman
(PHOTO: TheInsiders)
JAMAL'S JOURNEY
"I was kind of blinded by their success. Obviously I wanted to go to a top program and at that time, it was Indiana. I bought into their tradition and success."
By Scott Dean
(PHOTO: UKAA)
And even more articles not mentioned above, including football and basketball recruiting coverage.


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