Found December 08, 2011 on
The Wildcats are still learning how to utilize Anthony Davis on offense.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Peace and love, peace and love, I bring good tidings and wishes for your holiday season. And I am warning you with peace and love but I have too much to do. And I am tired of dealing with silly, delusional, Hoosier fans.
You know, I really did not plan on doing a “What I hate About You” column for the Indiana game because I really did not see the point. It’s...
As much as Indiana fans can’t keep their mouths shut about the upcoming game, they are anticipating a monster upset on Saturday. And some of the sports analysts seem to think so too. Not only in Bloomington, but in Bristol (ESPN) as well. The Cats are a young team and this is their first true road game of the season. With a hostile crowd, and a freshman-lead team, the Cats top...
If you’ve seen highlights of Kentucky basketball games on ESPN’s Sportscenter this year, chances are you saw a number of breakaway dunks.
With athletes like sophomore Terrence Jones and freshman Anthony Davis, the Wildcats play above the rim more often than most teams.
But it’s what leads to those highlight-reel breakaway dunks that has Indiana coach Tom Crean concerned in...
Today at 5:15 p.m. EST on ESPN the #1 Kentucky Wildcats will take on the Indiana Hoosiers at Assembly Hall in the 55th meeting between the border rivals. Here are some numbers and facts of interest headed into today’s game:
Kentucky’s overall record vs. Indiana: 31-23 (.574) (8-2 in the last 10 meetings)
Kentucky’s record vs. Indiana playing in the state...
Lots of stuff is at stake this weekend in college hoops: perfect records, intra-state rivalries and resume-builders and breakers. Here's your look at the games on this weekend's slate that matter.
1. Kentucky (8-0) at Indiana (8-0), Saturday, 5 p.m. EST, ESPN
What's at stake: Sportswriters love games like this. A storied rivalry (Kentucky leads, 31-23, all time...
It's been a steady climb to the top for Kentucky. But can freshman Anthony Davis, Doron Lamb and the rest of the Wildcats fend off a slew of strong challengers? Luke Winn weighs in.