Kentucky’s backcourt is getting a lot of national attention with the return of Ashton Hagans, last year’s SEC Defensive Player of the Year, and the arrival of freshman Tyrese Maxey, who is already being projected as a 2021 NBA lottery pick.
Kentucky freshman defensive back Jalen Geiger’s parents spent close to a combined 50 years in the military, lived on four continents and learned to judge character pretty well.
Donte Key won’t call it a dream come true for his son to have a football scholarship offer from Kentucky, his alma mater, but he also won’t deny it is special.
Ask John Schlarman what his life might be like if he wasn’t coaching and he’ll tell you he doesn’t know because coaching football is all the Kentucky offensive line coach has ever done.
Recently a longtime University of Kentucky fan who has season tickets to both men’s basketball and football games posed a question that I was not sure how to answer. She wondered who I thought was the better recruiter — John Calipari or Vince Marrow.
Maci Morris’ freshman year at the University of Kentucky was everything she “hoped for” and the coaching staff literally had to make her go home during breaks because the dorms closed.
Recruiting rankings have never been a huge topic of conversation for Keion Brooks Sr. and his son, Keion Brooks Jr., a Kentucky five-star freshman basketball player.
It wasn’t quite a year ago when news broke that Kentucky offensive line coach John Schlarman had been diagnosed with cancer and that sophomore defensive standout Josh Paschal had skin cancer.
Kentucky natives Krystal and Chip Dittus often plan vacations to watch UK basketball postseason games even though they now live in Key West, Florida. This year, however, the two UK fans did something a little different for their special trip: They went to Nepal and hiked to the Mt. Everest b…
If McDonald’s All-American and Washington signee Isaiah Stewart is right about high school teammate Keion Brooks Jr., Kentucky basketball fans are really going to like what the 6-7 freshman does this season.
Vito Tisdale’s explosiveness is what immediately stands out to high-level coaches when they see him play and why he has college scholarship offers from some of the nation’s best programs.