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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Kentucky Wildcats’

Willie Cauley-Stein Says He Will Return To Kentucky

Every other star player may be leaving the roster of the Kentucky Wildcats, but Willie Cauley-Stein says that he plans to stay. Most players on the Kentucky roster will be departing for the NBA after only their freshman year, but he plans to stay to at least become a junior. He is a part of a Kentucky team that made …

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John Calipari Shoots Down Rumors About Coaching LA Lakers

While he is denying it now, there was a rumor that coach John Calipari might be heading back to the NBA to coach the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers have struggled immensely this season, and could certainly use some help. John Calipari is a veteran basketball coach, and as a coach that is disliked by a number of people for …

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NCAA Final: Kentucky Wildcats Will Meet The UConn Huskies

In an incredibly unlikely scenario in the NCAA Final, Kentucky will match up with Connecticut, in a game between the SEC and the AAC conferences. Neither team was predicted to go far, yet they will both be playing for the national championship. In order to reach the NCAA Final UConn defeated Florida for the second time this season, and Kentucky …

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Final Four Match-Ups Have Been Set, Who Will Win It All?

After an incredibly exciting NCAA tournament leading up to Final Four, the four remaining teams, and their match-ups, have finally been set. It features the No.1 overall seed Florida, and a few familiar foes for the Gators. The Florida Gators are the No.1 overall seed in the tournament, and were one of the hottest teams heading into March Madness, having …

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Kentucky Upsets Michigan, Earns A Trip To The Final Four

Kentucky came into the NCAA tournament as a No.8 seed, and many people did not have high expectations from the young team after mid-season struggles, but they have made quite a run to earn a spot in the Final Four. The Kentucky Wildcats and the Michigan Wolverines played a hard-fought battle, and it was an incredibly close game throughout. The …

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Willie Cauley-Stein’s Status For Elite Eight Game Is Doubtful

Kentucky won a hard fought battle against their in-state rivals last night, and were forced to play throughout part of the game without Willie Cauley-Stein. The Kentucky forward suffered an injury in the first half of the Louisville game, and was unable to return. The Sweet 16 match-up between rivals Kentucky and Louisville was certainly one of the biggest, and …

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Steve Masiello Loses South Florida Deal

After finding “previously undetected discrepancy in his background check,” University of South Florida officials were prompted to end a contract with Manhattan coach Steve Masiello late Tuesday night. USF had paid a Texas-based search firm called Eastman & Beaudine $60,000 to find a replacement for coach Stan Heath, and the company found that Masiello had falsified a credential on his …

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Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Go One, Two, Make NBA Draft History

While last night’s NBA Draft featured a lot of manufactured drama from ESPN as they tried to create something of “Who will have the most picks? Kentucky or North Carolina” rivalry, the big story was when Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, both of the Kentucky Wildcats, went first and second in the draft, a first for the NBA and its …

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Kentucky Fans Bake NCAA Trophy Cake For Coach Calipari

Thanks to the ever-growing trend of foodies and foody-related undertakings–like creating replica cakes, for instance–is at an all-time high in relation to popularity. The fact that shows like Cupcake Wars and Cake Boss are sustainable hits only furthers this point. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that someone in Lexington, Kentucky created a cake replica of …

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Lexington Fire Department Tweets Detailed Account of Student “Riots”

The Lexington “riots” were the talk of the town–and beyond–this past weekend as Kentucky fans students took the street to, as the lead image indicates, apparently break stuff to show how much they enjoyed beating the Louisville Cardinals. We’ve already discussed the the fun stuff that went on, and now, some more details. Not only did the media latch onto …

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Kentucky Fans Lose Their Collective Minds After Beating Louisville

Here’s a pop quiz for sports fans out there: What do you do after your team beats their rival in an important game? Do you: A. Celebrate with friends B. Sit back and reflect upon the hard-fought win while smiling to yourself C. Get online and bask in the glow of your team’s victory on various social media sites, or, …

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