Kentucky suffers its third-straight blowout loss, this time to Georgia

Georgia players react after scoring a touchdown during the UK vs. University of Georgia football game at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Ky., on Saturday, November 8, 2014. UK lost 63-31. Photo by Tessa Lighty | Staff

By Joshua Huff In the battle of the downtrodden, the University of Kentucky insured in its 27-3 loss to Georgia on Saturday that the Cats will retain the crown of the most beleaguered team residing in the Southeastern Conference East Division. With just three games remaining in the season, (Vanderbilt, Charlotte and Louisville) the […]

What we learned from Ottawa exhibition

Kentucky guard Jamal Murray dribbles under pressure from Ottawa guard Zach Brown during UK's exhibition game against the University of Ottawa.

By Josh Ellis Monday’s exhibition against the Ottawa Braves was the first chance Big Blue Nation had to watch UK face a team other than themselves, and the blue and white did not disappoint. So what did we learn about the 2015-16 Cats? They attack. Immediately. UK got off to a quick 13-0 start […]

Tennessee continues its dominance over Kentucky

at the University of Kentucky versus University of Tennessee football game on Saturday, October 31, 2015 in Lexington, KY. Photo by Cameron Sadler | Staff 

By Joshua Huff On the day that the world witnessed the storied American Pharaoh gallop triumphantly into the annals of history, the city of Lexington witnessed its own triumph as the University of Kentucky stuck to its guns and continued a long, storied history of losing to Tennessee, 52-21. On a chilly, blustery Halloween […]

UK still can’t solve mobile quarterbacks


By Joshua Huff With seven games down and just five to go, time is slowly becoming Kentucky’s worst enemy. As a result of Saturday’s 42-16 loss at the hands of Mississippi State, there are now more questions than answers surrounding UK. The biggest question being the uncertainty of the defensive line without its longtime […]

Kentucky loses its second straight as Mississippi St. wins big 42-16.


By Joshua Huff How about that Dak Prescott? You know, the Mississippi State quarterback that made UK’s defense look like it was chasing its own tail on Saturday during the 42-16 beat down of a UK team that was once sitting pretty in second place in the SEC. If only UK had a delorean. […]

Martial arts give limitless benefits, students can train on campus

Cheyene Miller circa 2012.

Last week I decided it was time to start making my columns more relatable to a college audience. Recently my colleague Emily Markanich has been writing about the benefits of individual and guided meditation. I’m going to steal a page from her book and talk about why practicing martial arts is extremely beneficial for the […]

Florida versus UK: straight from a Gators mouth

Kentucky Wildcats running back Ryan Timmons (1) makes a big run during the first half of the UK Football game against Florida at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Ky., on Saturday, September, 28, 2013. Photo by Jonathan Krueger | Staff

By Joshua Huff The shift in the air surrounding the University of Kentucky football program is subtle, yet palpable. Much like the start to last season, the thoughts surrounding UK’s 2-0 record border on cautious optimism. Students may dispel the start as typical UK tomfoolery, but one thing is different this year – people […]