This series is different. There’s history. There’s tradition. And in today’s system of neutral site games and rapidly changing conference landscapes, a home-and-home series between two elite programs is rarely seen.
UK made two field goals in the final 13:05, and Baylor University came from nine points behind to win 67-62 over the Cats early on Saturday morning at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The 7-foot forward from Olathe, Kan., followed a four-block effort against Cleveland State University on Nov. 25 with seven blocks against Eastern Michigan University two days later. Last Sunday against Providence College, Cauley-Stein blocked nine more shots, which tied Andre Riddick and Sam Bowie for second in UK history on the single-game blocks list.
By David Schuh | Men’s basketball columnist email@example.com UK men’s basketball started fast, hustled hard and played 40 minutes of aggressive offense. They did the things head coach John Calipari has been begging them to do. It took eight games, but the Cats finally put it all together. The result? The Cats comfortably dusted Providence College, […]