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Viva, Las Vegas

Updated: 12/02/2008 - Patrick Patterson described UK's weekend trip to Las Vegas as a confidence builder. Patterson and his teammates had to erase deficits in two games to claim the championship of the Findlay Toyota Las Vegas Invitational.

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... and a Biscuit shall lead them

Updated: 11/26/2008 - HIs teammates affectionately call him "Biscuit." For EKU quarterback Allan Holland, Jr., it's a nickname he embraces.

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Cats Head to Vegas, where Connections Abound

Updated: 11/27/2008 - Kentucky's first appearance in the Findlay Toyota Las Vegas Invitational Basketball Tournament will be just UK's second appearance ever in the City of Lights. UK, 3-0 all-time against UNLV, last played in Vegas in 1980 -- a 74-69 win over the Runnin' Rebels. But there are plenty of Bluegrass basketball connections to the Vegas strip.

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Busy Weekend Ahead for Wildcat Fans, Announcers

Posted: 11/23/2008 - The Thanksgiving weekend usually signals the start of the holiday season. Turkey day gives way to Black Friday and bleary-eyed shoppers, who venture out at dawn to snag as many deals as possible.

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The sky is falling...

Updated: 11/20/2008 - For the first time since 2000-2001, and for only the third time since 1926, the basketball Wildcats will start the season 0-2. Kentucky's 77-58 loss at North Carolina on Tuesday has sent some among the Big Blue Nation into a frenzy, much like Chicken Little, thinking the sky is falling, even before the season has begun.

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Putting a wrap on Inside Kentucky Basketball

Posted: 11/19/2008 - The fourth and final installment of Inside Kentucky Basketball: All Access airs this weekend. For Wildcats fans who are still smarting from Tuesday's blowout loss at North Carolina, the last episode might give you pause for patience, if not optimism.

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All Access sneak peek

Posted: 11/04/2008 - Just as Billy Gillispie and his basketball Wildcats are a work in progress, so too, is the second installment of Inside Kentucky Basketball: All Access. We're putting the finishing touches on Saturday's show and UK fans again will want to see what their hardwood heroes are up to this week.

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Perry Central coach paints his field pink

Posted: 10/30/2008 - Kudos to longtime friend Bert Browne. The Perry Central coach isn't painting Hazard red, but he's painting his football field pink.

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For Cats fans, Inside Kentucky Basketall is "must see" TV

Updated: 10/27/2008 - By now, Kentucky fans have heard that Billy Gillispie conducts some of the most intense practice sessions in college basketball. I can vouch for that. The coach has given the Big Blue Sports Network unprecendented access for an upcoming series entitled, Inside Kentucky Basketball: All Access. Each one-hour show takes Big Blue fans behind-the-scenes, giving the viewer a chance to see the demands on playing college basketball at the highest level

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Horn, Pearl highlight SEC Media Days; Franklin speaks

Posted: 10/22/2008 - Day 1 of the SEC Basketball Media Days is in the books. Highlights from Wednesday's session included Tennessee's Bruce Pearl and Darrin Horn's first visit to the media gathering.

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SEC coaches and players step up to the mic

Posted: 10/22/2008 - Greetings from Birmingham, home of the Southeastern Conference. The annual SEC Basketball Media Days begin in a few hours, and coaches and players from across the league will take turns telling us why their teams will be better this year, than last. It's the official kickoff, er, tip-off, to the basketball season in the south.

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Orton Commitment Tempered by Lyons Injury

Updated: 10/17/2008 - Billy Gillispie must have felt like a kid at Christmas on Sunday, even if Santa Claus still has two months of work before he arrives in the Bluegrass. Gillispie got a gift-wrapped verbal commitment from big man Daniel Orton, the 6-foot-10 center from Oklahoma City, before Orton headed home, following an official visit to UK this weekend.

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Kudos to Cats, Nike for Inspiring New Uniforms

Posted: 10/12/2008 - As you're well aware, Billy Gillispie's second UK basketball squad will debut new uniforms this season. Some teams tweak the look, which might include color schemes, all for marketing purposes. But it seems the Wildcats have added a new twist, if not classy touch to the new threads.

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Spurrier's Streak Still Alive

Updated: 10/13/2008 - Steve Spurrier loves playing Kentucky. And why shouldn't he? His teams have never lost to the Wildcats. With South Carolina's win over the Cats on Saturday, Spurrier picked up career win No. 16 against UK.

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Big Weekend for Wildcat Athletics

Posted: 10/10/2008 - This is shaping up to be one of the biggest weekends in recent Wildcat history. Big Blue Madness rings in another basketball season, while the football Cats can inch closer to becoming bowl eligible.

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Despite Offensive Woes, Cats Nearly Turn Tide

Updated: 10/05/2008 - My first trip into Tuscaloosa was a memorable one. Having never been to Bryant-Denny Stadium, I was excited about seeing the Bama tradition in person. My experience didn't disappoint.

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Football Cats Travel in Style

Updated: 10/01/2008 - When the football Wildcats travel to Tuscaloosa this weekend, they will do so by chartered plane. As is the case with a majority of Division one schools, UK's athletic budget allows for some of the school's teams, like football and basketball, to travel by jet to games around the country. It's a luxury some can't afford. For Rich Brooks' squad, it's a big undertaking to transport a large number of players, coaches and staff, AND their equipment. That's why this year, the Cats' gear is traveling in style.

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Despite Personal Loss, Kicker Helps Team Win

Updated: 09/30/2008 - For years, football fans have been led to believe that kickers are different from all other players. Strange in some ways. Quirky even. Maybe it's because the guys that play the position usually are smaller, perhaps less athletic than their teammates. Kickers are a different breed. Certainly, I've uttered that phrase a few times, despite never having played the postion. It's easy to dump on your favorite team's kicker when he misses a field goal that might have won the game.

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Kudos to Basketball Cats

Updated: 09/28/2008 - On Friday, several hundred Wildcat fans waited in line outside Memorial Coliseum. They were there to pick up vouchers for the following day's Big Blue Madness ticket distribution.

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Cats Remain Unbeaten in Non-conference Play

Updated: 09/28/2008 - Any notion that Western Kentucky would pull the upset over the Wildcats on Saturday night evaporated quickly, on the first play from scrimmage. UK defensive end Jeremy Jarmon sacked 'Toppers quarterback K.J. Black for a 9-yard loss. That play set the tone for the Cats' defense the remainder of the night.

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Ryder Cup was Powerful Stuff

Updated: 09/24/2008 - After the United States celebrated a victory over Europe in the 37th Ryder Cup, Kentuckian Kenny Perry said the residual effect of the matches would influence youngsters across the Commonwealth to take up golf. I don't know about the kids, but I'm ready to tee it up again tomorrow. Watching the Americans win has me fired up!

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Ryder Cup Off to Rousing Start

Updated: 09/19/2008 - The 37th Ryder Cup is underway at Valhalla in Louisville. The American fans, made up of golf fans from Kentucky and around the country, are starving for a U.S. win and are doing their best to boot the Yanks home with only their second win in the last five events.

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Middle Three Feet Shy of Miracle

Updated: 09/15/2008 - Former Georgetown resident and current Middle Tennessee coach Rick Stockstill likely will remember his most recent trip back home to Central Kentucky. That's because his Blue Raiders football team nearly shocked a BCS team for the second straight week.

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Blue Raiders Coach Proud of His Bluegrass Roots

Posted: 09/11/2008 - Middle Tennessee coach Rick Stockstill was recalling the time he met Sonny Collins. “My sophomore year in high school, I broke my leg. That was the same year Sonny Collins hurt his knee,” he remembered. Stockstill said he was visiting his doctor, preparing to rehab the broken leg, when he looked up to see UK’s star tailback getting treatment, too.

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Cats defense ranked nationally

Updated: 09/07/2008 - The NCAA has released its weekly statistics and UK's defensive efforts have led to some eye-catching numbers.

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