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Gaggle of quarterbacks vie for starting spot throughout spring practice

Gaggle of quarterbacks vie for starting spot throughout spring practice

Freshmen Drew Barker and Reese Phillips, and sophomores Patrick Towles and Jalen Whitlow all have said this spring that they believe they have a shot at leading the offense.

Three players started each game for the Cats on the line: Junior Darrian Miller at left tackle, senior Kevin Mitchell at right guard and sophomore Jordan Swindle at right tackle.

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Bo Ryan sees differences within UK and Wisconsin programs

The fan base, though it celebrated in a way similar to UK, is realistic with expectations and celebrations, Ryan said in his teleconference Monday.

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Julius Randle rises above other highly-touted freshmen in NCAA Tournament

Hours after the University of Kansas was upset by Stanford, UK advanced to the Sweet 16 on the shoulders of one of Randle’s most complete games. Randle recorded 13 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high seven assists.

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With the ailing elbow, Harrison played his best offensive game in over a month. He scored 20 points on nine shots primarily while driving to the basket, risking further aggravation of his injury.

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Stallworth’s resurgence after injury takes Hoops to new level

The Cats played well in nonconference play, headlined by a four-overtime win against Baylor University at AT&T Stadium in Dallas. They got news after the game that senior forward DeNesha Stallworth was going to need arthroscopic knee surgery and would be out for five games.

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Poythress, Cauley-Stein have roller-coaster season despite experience

Sophomore forwards Willie Cauley-Stein and Alex Poythress have seen their playing time fluctuate alongside their production, but their experience is something most UK players do not have.

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Julius Randle’s consistency the only buoy for up-and-down Cats

Randle has been consistent and predictable almost to a fault for a Cats offense that has sputtered from the outside since November.

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March Madness is a time for joy and heartbreak, triumph and defeat. But before any of the 64 women’s teams take the floor, they must be seeded and placed on Selection Monday.

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SEC Tournament filled with teams on the bubble

Five teams seeded behind UK and Florida in the conference tournament have different claims to an NCAA Tournament berth with one common denominator — an opportunity to boost their resume starting on Thursday.

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