Gatewood Galbraith, perennial Kentucky governor... →
Gatewood was a great guy. He’ll truly be missed.
James Franklin, Vanderbilt football have found new... →
Oh yeah, there’s a bowl game with a Vanderbilt in it tomorrow.
How the ‘Dream Game’ revived the... →
I hate that Kentucky lost this game, but I’ll admit the rivalry is a lot of fun.
stormingthefloor: “KF: We got Knight, we got Gilchrist comin’, we got this guy from Europe who picked Cal and the Cats over Phil Jackson and the Bulls.” — A Kentucky Basketball Fan Talks Recruiting - Card Chronicle Okay, that’s funny.
Storming the Floor: Breakfast of Champions... →
stormingthefloor: (photo: Jim O’Connor/US Presswire) Scores Rutgers 85 - Florida 83 (2 OT) Vandy 74 - Marquette 57 VCU 76 - Akron 75 (OT) Kansas 89 - Howard 34 UNC 100 - Elon 62 Butler 53 - Green Bay 49 Michigan 71 - Penn St. 53 Harvard 67 - BC 46 Wake Forest 72 - Yale 71 Memphis 64 - Robert Morris… A Keegan Bell appearance! Who’d have thought? And great game between...
Barack Obama (or at least his 2012 campaign) has a Tumblr. I am not surprised by this. I’m a Republican, and probably won’t vote for him (or anyone if this derptastic Repub ends the way I think it will), but Barry-O makes it awful hard not to like him.
Up Next: Louisville
I don’t really hate Louisville. I used to, but I don’t now because I am an adult who can accept other people’s viewpoints and experiences and allegiances, at least up to a point. Nazis, fascists, and people who don’t like pork don’t fit into my acceptance-zone, and probably never will. I won’t participate in Louisville Hate Week or Louisville Hate Day or any of...
Finally some decent basketball
College basketball has pretty much blown chunks for the past two weeks for no better reason than “finals and winter break and stuff.” Well, this week, that’s OVAH. Kentucky plays its last lame game against Lamar tonight, Vandy faces a really tough road game at Marquette, and Louisville plays Georgetown, just to name the games on my radar. It should be interesting. Saddle up,...
Kentucky is a team of two halves
Not the first time this season we’ve seen the Wildcats play average in the first half and then really well in the second. Loyola (MD) put up 39 in the first, made a bunch of threes, and routinely capitalized on Kentucky turnovers to keep it pretty close in the first. Kidd-Gilchrist had 2 quick fouls so he was somewhat limited, one of which came on his now-patented headlong charge to the...