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O’Neill small in size, big on leadership

O’Neill small in size, big on leadership

O’Neill was the most valuable player for the Cats during the 2013-14 season, leading the team in scoring with 12.6 points per game and 3-point field goals made with 55.

Winning has become a tradition for UK Hoops. In fact, any season that doesn’t end in at least an NCAA Tournament appearance would come off as a failure, given the fact that the Cats have made it to the tournament the last five years.

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For 30 games last season, Andrew Harrison was more Ryan Harrow than Brandon Knight.

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Highly touted freshmen join the Cats

Power forwards Karl Towns Jr. and Trey Lyles, point guard Tyler Ulis and shooting guard Devin Booker make up the four-man class that ranked second in the nation, according to ESPN.

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Dakari Johnson gains conditioning, nutrition

This new nutritious mindset allowed the 7-footer to run the floor for outlet passes at the Big Blue Bahamas Tour with an ease that was absent a season ago. And although it’s a small sample size, his statistics in the Bahamas reflect the work he’s put in.

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Andrew Harrison will drive UK offense

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Andrew Harrison will drive UK offense

Sophomore guard Andrew Harrison discovered last season that UK head coach John Calipari expects his team to be run with the effectiveness of a well-oiled machine.

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UK basketball’s Aaron Harrison hones skills

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UK basketball’s Aaron Harrison hones skills

The 6-foot 6-inch shooting guard and his twin brother, Andrew Harrison, began the season at the Big Blue Bahamas Tour noticeably thinner, something UK head coach John Calipari noticed but in true Calipari fashion, spurned the twins achievements in the spirit of improvement.

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Women’s soccer in dire straights

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Women’s soccer in dire straights

The 2014 UK women’s soccer season was supposed to be a growing year for the program. With two team captains returning to the team, including leading scorer and soccer superstar Arin Gilliland, this year had the makings of being quite the memorable season.

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The Edge: Cats face an unintimidated Warhawks team

Marred by another week of off-the-field issues, UK football will return to the solace of the gridiron Saturday as it turns its attention to a team that is no stranger to hostile environments: Louisiana Monroe.

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ULM will limp into the game dealing with the loss of five starters, a few being significant senior leaders.

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