Found March 26, 2012 on
No Guts, No Glory:
The moment it was official that the Kentucky Wildcats were off to yet another Final Four, we knew that Kentucky fans would take to the streets to celebrate. And in Kentucky, that apparently means burning household objects such as couches and televisions. Heck, they burned so much that Lexington police had to close some roads.We knew you wouldn’t let us down Kentucky fans.
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The always outspoken TNT analyst says this year's Kentucky squad is so stacked that they could beat a few of the NBA's bottom-feeding franchises.
In the world of Craigslist, almost anything can happen and recently, one diehard Kentucky Wildcats fan has attempted to get tickets to the Final Four by offering his wife as compensation.
Here is the advertisement as it appeared:
It's most likely fake but still entertaining nevertheless.
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Anthony Davis is a fun-loving teenager who has swatted away and dunked enough basketballs to become the most dominant player in the college ranks.
And that's just in one season at Kentucky.
By most accounts he would be the No. 1 pick in this year's NBA draft if he leaves school.
His steady play and calm demeanor makes it easy to forget he just turned 19 on March 11.
ATLANTA—Not wanting to spoil a dream season and what could possibly be his best shot at a national title, John Calipari gathered his Kentucky players during a timeout in their game against Baylor to ask them, for one final time, if any of them happen to be ineligible.
“Last time I’m going to ask,” said Calipari. “I’ve been burned two times too many, and I’m not...
In the press conference after his team beat Baylor to advance for the Final Four, Kentucky Coach John Calipari asked, "Is the floor going to be raised (in the Super Dome)? Does anybody know?"
When was confirmed that the floor would, indeed, be elevated a couple of feet above field level for the games, Cal said, "That makes it harder. When they raise that floor, now...
The # 1 Kentucky Wildcats rolled through "Catlanta" in route to winning the NCAA South Regional. They are headed back to New Orleans for back-to-back Final 4 Seasons. Enjoy it all with KSR's Final 4 Free-4-All.
This is a simple point I’m going to make, so I’ll be brief with it. But it’s an important one, I think, so I’m not leaving it unsaid anymore.
Over the weekend, I saw numerous blog and social media posts mocking Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s manner of speaking in press interviews. It immediately pissed me off, even before I did any digging into MKG’s background.
Kentucky’s freshman sensation Michael Kidd-Gilchrist seems to have an issue when it comes to interviews.
What in the world is up with Kentucky’s fab freshman MICHAEL KIDD-GILCHRIST? MKG may be a beast on the court, leading the Wildcats to the Final Four on Sunday with a team-high 19 points, but dude is just a bench warmer in the interview department. Check out this inquest before...
Since I can't find a transcript of the UConn Huskies women's basketball team's pregame presser before their Elite Eight matchup with the Kentucky Wildcats, I figured the next best thing is the video of it.
Here it is for you to enjoy:
Tiffany Hayes scored 22 points and top-seed Connecticut beat Kentucky 80-65 on Tuesday night to advance to the Final Four for the fifth straight season.
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis added 18 for UConn (33-4), which will play the winner of Notre Dame and Maryland on Sunday in Denver. The Huskies matched their own school mark of five straight trips to the national semifinals. LSU and Stanford...
KINGSTON, R.I. (AP) -- Tiffany Hayes scored 22 points and top-seed Connecticut beat Kentucky 80-65 on Tuesday night to advance to the Final Four for the fifth straight season.
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis added 18 for UConn (33-4), which will play the winner of Notre Dame and Maryland on Sunday in Denver. The Huskies matched their own school mark of five straight trips to the national...
Two teams made their way to the Final Four on Saturday night, and two more will join them as the last two Elite Eight games take place Sunday afternoon. Three teams in action on Sunday are hoping to continue their long lasting legacies of excellence, while one program is trying to take the next step to win their first ever National Championship. Here are the games to look out for...
The Louisville Cardinals and Ketucky Wildcats lock horns in New Orleans this weekend in the Final Four. It is pretty big deal in the Bluegrass State.
It's gameday for the Wildcats. Kentucky Sports Report and FOXSportsNext have the latest breakdown of exactly what to expect from Sunday's match-up.
If there’s one thing Kentucky coach John Calipari knows he won’t do this week, it’s feed the UK-Louisville rivalry hype.