Jason Marcum - Sea of Blue Marrow turned down the Spartans. Now, he’s ready to go to war with them. After receiving a contract offer from Michigan State last week, Vince Marrow decided to stay with the Kentucky Wildcats.
Greg Goins - Sea of Blue The Cats won a thriller that felt like an NCAA Tournament game. 2-22 from three and a victory. The Cats won AND were challenged, in a few new ways, like that strange permuting 1-3-1/2-3 zone that UK beat without practically any three-pointers.
Drew Brown - Sea of Blue Plus a breakdown of Nick Richards’ pro prospects and why he’s not projected higher. The latest ESPN NBA Mock Draft from Jonathan Givony is out, and Tyrese Maxey is, not shockingly, still holding steady as Kentucky’s top draft pick as he is a fringe top-five pick.
Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports Stoops continues to garner national recognition for his success at Kentucky. One year after becoming the unanimous SEC Coach of the Year, as well as National Coach of the Year according to College Football News, Mark Stoops continues to garner national recognition for his success with the Kentucky Wildcats.
Drew Brown - Sea of Blue The question’s been asked all season: where would Kentucky be without the rise of Nick Richards? There’s a new question coming to the forefront of discussions lately: where would Kentucky been without Immanuel Quickley right now?
Greg Goins - Sea of Blue “Ashton is my point guard, and I’m with him.” It’s no secret that Ashton Hagans has struggled over the last couple of weeks, both with shooting the ball and turning it over with careless play.
Billy Hurst-USA TODAY Sports The race is winding down, and the Cats now hold a slim lead. What initially looked like a potentially disastrous Saturday for the Kentucky Wildcats ended up being a great one.
Jeremy Chisenhall - Sea of Blue ”That’s a will to win.” It’s been a weird season for EJ Montgomery. Coming into the year, many expected the sophomore forward to be UK’s best big man and a likely NBA Draft pick in the 2020 draft.
Greg Goins - Sea of Blue The Cats needed all nine of their lives to win this one. The Kentucky Wildcats escape by the Ole Miss Rebels, 67-62. It was the first Saturday game at Rupp in over a month, and the Wildcats improved to 10-2 in conference play.