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Poll: How Much of ESPN's 24 hour Tip-Off Marathon Will You Watch?

November 17th, 2008

Poll: Worse Loss for Kentucky: Gardner Webb or VMI?

November 15th, 2008
Gardner Webb

Kentucky Embarrassed by VMI 111-103

November 15th, 2008

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Behind a career-best 30-point performance by senior guard Travis Holmes, VMI scored its first win over an SEC program in 32 years, stunning Kentucky, 111-103 in front of 22,579 stunned fans at Rupp Arena on Friday evening.

The Keydets (1-0) matched a facility record with 14 three-pointers, including five by sophomore gunner Austin Kenon.

Billy Gillispie on Three UK Signees

November 12th, 2008
Kentucky

Kentucky coach Billy Gillispie on the official signing of Jon Hood, Daniel Orton and GJ Vilarino:

"I'm really excited about all three of the players that we signed today.  They will all be terrific players for us and we are very fortunate to have them.  Our roster will get better with these three signees.  All three of them are great human beings.  They are all excited and all three of them love Kentucky."

 

On GJ Vilarino...

Daily Conference Poll: Who Will Win the SEC?

November 6th, 2008
Alabama

SEC Fantasy Basketball Preview

November 6th, 2008
SEC Basketball

 

This is the last of six annual fantasy stats projections of BCS conference starters. The lineups are based on the Starting Fives series of articles released two weeks ago, along with a couple of changes due to recent developments.

 

College Basketball: Top Power Forwards

November 4th, 2008
KentuckyFor all intents and purposes, the majority of front court players in the college game today are power forwards, there are just too few true centers out there. Like the point guard, having a solid big man is extremely important to a team’s success. All four Final Four teams from last season featured at least one NBA caliber big man (Kevin Love, Joey Dorsey, Darrell Arthur, Tyler Hansbrough). Is it any wonder then that each of the players featured on this list will be suiting up for a team primed to make an extended run into March? Probably not.