Listen to Me on 1420 WKSR-AM Today at 10:30am EST

I’ll be on The Wade Neely Morning Show today at 10:30am EST to talk about Renardo Sidney, Kentucky basketball, and the rest of the SEC. Click here to tune in and stream live. //

Comparing Kentucky Wildcats in 2009-10 to 2010-11

I’m not just going to blindly rave about this Kentucky Wildcats team a few weeks into the season. They’re young, inexperienced, and immature; they make the same mistakes that the 2009-10 Kentucky team did. But, that’s where the similarities end. Brandon Knight is not John Wall, and that’s not a bad thing. In Wall’s first [...]

Listen to Me on FOX Sports Radio 1340 Today at 11:20am EST!

I will be on FOX Sports radio station 1340 WBGN in Kentucky today at 11:20am EST to talk about one of my favorite topics: Kentucky Wildcats basketball. Be sure to listen live on their website:! //

Hines Ward Does the John Wall Dance on Monday Night Football

John Wall is great. Hines Ward is great. When my favorite former Kentucky player influences my favorite Pittsburgh Steeler, I get an eerie feeling – in a good way (if there is such a thing as an eerie, good feeling). Watch Ward do the John Wall dance on Monday Night Football against Cincinnati: //

The Road Back to the NBA Goes Through Boston

I’m not the biggest NBA fan. I lost interest at the turn of the century with the worst draft class in the history of the sport. Oh, yes, you know what I’m talking about. That awful, awful class of 2000 that was headlined by Kenyon Martin and produced such busts like Stromile Swift (No. 2), [...]

Hot Fan: Angela Phillips, NCAA Basketball Player Turned Model

University of Kentucky basketball is a hot topic these days. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that 25-year-old former UK guard Angela Phillips has become a sizzling commodity in the modeling world. The former baller was the starting point guard her first two years at UK before transferring to Indiana St. “My favorite part [...]

Pete Thamel’s Enes Kanter Article Lacks Integrity

The press has this unique power to sway public opinion. What separates good journalism and bad journalism probably boils down to one thing: honesty. If you’re honest about what you’re writing, you are being true to your readers. Otherwise, it’s just an abuse of media power. Honest journalism also extends to honest content. These days, [...]

SEC College Football Preview

A guest post by Yoshito Tsuji, co-written by Susan Shan It’s quite simple – Alabama is the favorite to repeat as national champions, and the SEC is the best football conference. However, the SEC, as a whole, has lost a lot of talent due to graduation and the NFL. Florida, Auburn, Georgia, Mississippi, Mississippi St., [...]

Joe Crawford’s NBA Dream is Alive and Well

I had the pleasure of speaking with Joe Crawford, who is currently in Los Angeles, on Monday via phone. Read below for the full details. ranked him the ninth best prospect in a stellar 2004 class headlined by Dwight Howard. He was considered the most talented in the top-rated recruiting class at Kentucky that [...]

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