UK's Morris Signs with Knicks

First it was Tubby Smith. Now Randolph Morris is leaving Lexington.
March 24, 2007

WALKER: Morris leaving no surprise

On my way back from the SEC Tournament recently, I talked to a couple of NBA scouts about Randolph Morris and his future. They kind of felt like Randolph had more work he needed to do in terms of developing his skills to be ready for the NBA.
March 23, 2007

Cats fall 88-76

After just one win in the NCAA, the Wildcats are headed home, their season over. Kansas made a critical 14-4 run early in the second half to put the Jayhawks up by 14 at 56-42. The Cats would draw no closer than the final margin of 12 for the rest of the game as Kansas beat Kentucky 88-76
March 18, 2007

Cats win 16th straight NCAA opener, beat Nova

The Kentucky Wildcats used a 19-5 in the second half to move from a four point deficit to a 10-point 49-39 lead. The Kentucky Wildcats held on the rest of the way to post a 67-58 win in their 16th consecutive opening round NCAA win.
March 16, 2007

Coach not buying talk of "down year at UK"

Villanova coach Jay Wright is not listening to all the talk about Kentucky being down this year. Rather than listening to the drum beats from media and fans about Kentucky's "down year," Wright is looking at the Wildcats' tough schedule and their national RPI #13 ranking.
March 14, 2007

Cats need Morris to be dominant

Kentucky center Randolph Morris is the key to Kentucky's NCAA Tournament chances, according to former UK All-American Kenny "Sky" Walker. Walker talks about what UK needs Morris to provide the Cats to enable a prolonged tourney run.
March 12, 2007

It's Cats vrs Cats in opening round NCAA

UK's first opponent will be the Villanova Wildcats, the 9th seed from the Big East. The game takes place in Chicago on Friday. Kentucky will be making its 16th consecutive appearance in the big show.
March 11, 2007

Dogs nip Cats in overtime nailbiter

The Cats and Dogs rocked the house in the Georgia Dome today. The Wildcats made a valiant comeback of their own and missed an opportunity to ice the game when senior Sheray Thomas was nailed for a lane violation in a highly controversial call while Jodie Meeks was at the line with 5.1 seconds remaining in the game. In overtime Mississippi State prevailed, beating the Cats 84-82.
March 9, 2007