Posted October 25, 2012 on
This KentuckyScout photo gallery features several images from the Wildcats' annual Blue-White Scrimmage on Wednesday at Rupp Arena, including Willie Cauley-Stein going over Nerlens Noel and Alex Poythress on this tough hook shot.
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Kentucky coach John Calipari says he...
Kentucky coach John Calipari insists this building job lacks the usual foundation.
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Calipari said at SEC media day Thursday anyone who picks his team preseason No. 1 ''needs to be drug-tested. We're not very good right now.'...
There were many moments during Wednesday night's Blue-White scrimmage where Kentucky's freshmen justified the lofty expectations placed upon them.
Archie Goodwin showed some flash while scoring a game-high 32 points. Willie Cauley-Stein was a formidable post presence with 14 points and 12 rebounds.
Swingman Alex Poythress added 25 points with quickness and athleticism....
Freshman guard Archie Goodwin scored a game-high 32 points to highlight Kentucky's Blue-White Scrimmage on Wednesday at Rupp Arena, but it was a night that UK coach John Calipari said proves the Cats are a long way from where they need to be.
The college basketball season is a long one each and every year, even for the mighty Kentucky Wildcats. Coming off their first national title with John Calipari at the helm, the inexperienced group has an uphill battle ahead of itself in order to defend their crown.
Kentucky freshman quarterback Patrick Towles returned to the practice field on Tuesday and, after a 17-day layoff from a high ankle sprain, needed to shake off some rust.
The Missouri Tigers welcome the Kentucky Wildcats to the Zou for a Saturday morning SEC tilt as both teams are desperately looking for a win to jump start their seasons to a strong finish.