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Star junior Teague picks Cats over Cards

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Star junior Teague  picks Cats over Cards

One point guard leaves, another commits. On the same day John Wall formally announced his intentions to enter the 2010 NBA Draft, class of 2011 point guard Marquis Teague gave UK head coach John Calipari a verbal commitment. Teague is regarded by Rivals.com as the No. 2 player in the country and the top point […]

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Sometimes there’s just nothing you can do. The runs just keep coming, and coming, and coming, and coming, and there’s no stopping it. That was the case on Tuesday for the UK baseball team (22-15, 5-10 Southeastern Confernce), which lost 24-8 Western Kentucky. There’s some pretty outlandish facts buried in that game. WKU scored 16 […]

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UK tennis in top 10, but still underdogs

By Ethan Levine Last fall, Alabama and Florida led the way for the Southeastern Conference, holding the top two spots in the coaches’ poll almost the entire season. But the SEC’s depth doesn’t stop there. Louisiana State and UK are all ranked in the top 10, and they’ll all face off this weekend in Lexington […]

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Rapper Drake to come to UK

From Canadian high school student,to teen sopa opera actor, to international rap star, Aubrey Drake Graham has seen it all. On Tuesday Graham, better known as Drake, along with guests K-Os and Francis & the Lights, will bring his “Away From Home Tour” to UK. Drake was born in Ontario, Canada, where he lived until […]

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Spring football gives new players chance to step up

Spring affords the flowers a chance to bloom, while spring football also gives lesser-known players a chance to blossom and move up the depth chart. With the annual UK Blue-White intra-squad scrimmage set for Saturday, the last week of spring practice and the scrimmage are the last opportunities for players to make their mark in […]

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Draft a bust around campus

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Draft a bust around campus

Draft, draft, draft. It’s all people are talking about this week (between talks about recruiting, obviously). NBA Draft, NFL Draft, heck, maybe even the MLS Draft (just kidding, that one already happened). But around these parts, specifically on UK’s campus, the buzz has waned significantly. The obvious reason is the closest NFL team is at least […]

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Cats look to continue success with 2010 signees

By Chandler Howard While some Cats fans remain fixated on the recent signing of basketball star Brandon Knight, the softball program is focusing on its own 2010 class. UK head coach Rachel Lawson has notched seven letters of intent for next season, including two Kentucky natives. “The recruiting class is going to be very strong […]

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Spring practice strengthens ‘last line of defense’

In the game of football, you can’t win if you don’t tackle. A simple fact UK head coach Joker Phillips realized all too well following his team’s scrimmage Saturday. “We’ve got to tackle, we just didn’t tackle on defense, which cost us getting off the field a few times,” Phillips said. “We rally to the […]

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Cleats to fill: UK must replace starting pitcher

UK has already lost one starting pitcher this year. Now, temporarily at least, another pitcher is unavailable to take the mound. Sophomore Alex Meyer was diagnosed with mononucleosis and is out for three to four weeks, UK head coach Gary Henderson announced last Wednesday. “I feel really bad for Alex,” Henderson said in a news […]

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UK finishes with a bang: Defeats Vanderbilt to end regular season

By Ethan Levine It was just the type of match you would expect to see between two Southeastern Conference rivals. Two highly ranked teams, three top-50 players, five end-of-set tiebreakers, and a season’s worth of emotion all packed into UK’s 7-0 victory over Vanderbilt at the Hillary J. Boone Tennis Center Saturday. “We played very […]

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