The Kentucky Wildcats hit the hardwood and gridiron today as both teams are in action back-to-back this evening.
The football Cats get the action started with a huge game in Nashville as they battle Vanderbilt at 4 pm ET with both teams looking to inch closer towards bowl eligibility.
Once that game ends, the basketball Cats host NJIT at 8 pm ET. This all comes after the men's and women's basketball teams scored wins Friday night. Needless to say, we're in the midst of one of the crazier weekends for UK sports this year.
Go Big Blue!
Tweet(s) of the Day:
Dino Gaudio says about Duke what we all think: pic.twitter.com/dGzKt6tLDT— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) November 14, 2015
Willis to his doubters: "Maybe they go to work for 80 hours a week and they’re just mad at their cat or something." https://t.co/EzLfzkV8yX— Jon Hale (@JonHale_CJ) November 14, 2015
Murray comes up clutch in UK's opening win
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Willis and Lee fight back in Kentucky’s sloppy season opener
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Western Illinois shocks No. 17 Wisconsin 69-67 in opener
Garrett Covington hit two fouls shots with 10.2 seconds left, and Western Illinois shocked No. 17 Wisconsin with a 69-67 win on Friday night. A team picked to finish last in the Summit League upset a Big Ten power coming off back-to-back Final Four appearances.
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Lee rebounds well but struggles at FT line
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68 Things We Can’t Wait To See This College Basketball Season
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By The Numbers: Calipari's recruiting success at UK
The day he stepped foot on UK's campus in the spring of 2009, John Calipari's success on the court, but especially on the recruiting trail, was both massive and instant.
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Watch a teenage Karl-Anthony Towns interview Kevin Durant
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ESPN NBA Mock Draft Big Board
The Big Board gets a shake-up before the college hoops season tips off with Skal and Murray among their top six prospects.
Fox goes in-depth with Scout about picking Kentucky
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Thon Maker lists Kentucky among his top schools
Thon Maker told ESPNU on Thursday night that UK is among six schools recruiting him the hardest, even though all indications have been the Cats and/or Maker are losing interest in making this happen.
The day Muhammad Ali changed the life of a laid-off Lexington video-store clerk
Former Lexington resident Davis Miller has a new book, Approaching Ali, soon to be published. The writer says his initial meeting with the iconic boxing champion in Ali's Winnebago "saved my life and changed my life."