“I think it just made us even more hungry.” The Kentucky Wildcats fell to 1-1 on Sunday after a home loss to the Richmond Spiders. The 76-64 deficit was the worst home loss by a John Calipari team from a non-SEC team.
Weaver had been coming on strong in this defense. Some tough news broke this afternoon for the Kentucky Wildcats football team. Justin Rowland of Cats Illustrated is reporting that redshirt freshman linebacker J.J.
The Cats get a big wakeup call before facing a top-10 Kansas team. Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari issued the warning earlier in the week and Richmond delivered on Sunday afternoon, as the unranked Spiders upset No.
Brandon Boston Jr. and the No. 10-ranked Kentucky Wildcats fell to Richmond 76-64 in the final game of the Bluegrass Showcase on Sunday. Kentucky held a 32-28 lead at halftime but gave up 48 points to the 2-0 Spiders in the second half...
Who will take home the Bluegrass Showcase championship? It’s the final game in the Bluegrass Showcase, and it should be a good one. The Kentucky Wildcats are taking on the Richmond Spiders, which begins a tough non-conference journey for the Cats.
This comes after the Bulldogs beat Kansas, who Kentucky is currently set to face in the upcoming Champions Classic. With the college basketball season season now underway, there’s already been a host of games postponed or cancelled outright due to COVID-19.
It’s not going to take long to find out how good this Kentucky team is in the early going this season with a crowded schedule, but if Wednesday was any indication, this team might have a pretty high ceiling.
Will Kentucky land either of these five-star recruits? John Calipari, Jai Lucas and the Kentucky Wildcats have heated up on the recruiting trail of late, as they now have three prospects signed for 2021 and another in five-star Skyy Clark committed to their 2020 class.
Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops confirmed while speaking with reporters on Wednesday that he's without 18 players and 10 staff members due to positive coronavirus test results, subsequent quarantines, and injuries.
Offensive line coach John Schlarman died at age 45 on Thursday after a battle with cancer. He was highly regarded as a coach and beloved by his players, who paid tribute to him with Saturday’s opening play.