Ranked the No.1 team in the country to start the season and talked about as a team that could go 40-0, the Kiddie Cats find themselves handicapped by youth and two losses in nine games, the latest of which happened Friday night against Baylor.
If Kentucky is going to win Friday night, limiting Baylor’s 3-point shooting and Julius Randle’s decision making against Baylor’s swarming zone could go a long way.
AT&T Stadium, the Dallas Cowboys’ home, will play host to both Friday night’s doubleheader between the Kentucky and Baylor men’s and women’s teams as well this year’s Final Four and national championship. Quite frankly, there is nothing like it in all of sports.
The Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, the site of Friday night’s game, will also play host to the 2014 Final Four and national championship. As the No. 3/4 team in the country, the Cats (7-1) have their eyes set on a return trip in early April.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Coach Cal tells all of his players that he isn’t promising playing time or shots when they sign with Kentucky. On this ultra-talented team, Hawkins is a reflection of that.
CoachCal.com contributor Ken Howlett breaks down the numbers and looks at UK’s keys to victory against Providence.
In four of Kentucky’s seven games this season, the Cats have either trailed or been tied at the second media (under-12) timeout.
The No. 10/11 Cats (8-2) responded with arguably its best win of the season Tuesday night, a 70-55 victory over the previously undefeated Broncos (8-1).