UK's roster for 2009-2010 getting clearer

With today's announcement that Jared Carter, A.J. Stewart and Donald Williams will not return to Kentucky next season the Wildcats get closer to the NCAA scholarship limit of thirteen.
May 26, 2009

Every win a piece of Kentucky history

Kentucky entered this season with 1966 victories, # 1 all-time in NCAA history, and ahead of # 2 North Carolina by 16 wins. The # 1 ranked Tar Heels have cut the lead in half in less than a season and trail now by only eight. With no NCAA bid in sight, do Kentucky players realize the special place they continue to hold in history each time they take the court?
March 9, 2009

UK Basketball "Check Engine" Light on

The Rolls-Royce of college basketball has always been the Kentucky Wildcats. But with four consecutive years fielding an unranked team, losing to the # 205 RPI team in the nation at home, and likely to miss the NCAA tournament field for the first time in eighteen years, the "check engine" light is burning brightly.
March 5, 2009

Cats take bite out of Dawgs, 68-45

Kentucky avoided the let down that is always possible coming off a big win, taking care of business during their trip to Athens, Georgia, coming away with a 23-point victory, which saw Coach Gillispie use his bench extensively in the final five minutes of play.
January 18, 2009

Walker discusses returning role players

Recently former Kentucky All-American Kenny "Sky" Walker had the opportunity to watch the current edition of the Kentucky Wildcats play a little preseason ball. Read Kenny's observations and thoughts on some of the returning Cats in this final installment of a three part series.
September 7, 2008

VAUGHT: Carter's play impresses Harris

Ramon Harris gained confidence, and maturity, from his 13-day trip to Africa with the Athletes in Action for a four-nation tournament hosted by the Malian Basketball Federation.
June 13, 2008

WALKER: UK must compensate for lack of size

My biggest concern about Kentucky after watching the two exhibition games would be if UK had to go against a big, strong, physical team with a great inside presence. Patrick Patterson is playing well, but he's only a freshman and it's tough to be an enforcer and have the type of toughness that I think we will need against Louisville, North Carolina and SEC teams. So that is a concern.
November 5, 2007

Big Blue Madness update on injured Cats

Injured Cats expected to participate in Big Blue Madness?
October 7, 2007