The ladies of the Big Blue Nation were out in full force Sunday night for John Calipari’s annual Women’s Clinic. A record-breaking 651 women packed Memorial Coliseum and the Joe Craft Center for the clinic, which sold out in just two days and featured a line full of ladies lined up as early as noon, four hours before doors opened.
A record 651 ladies attended this year’s Women’s Clinic, which was held Sunday night at the Joe Craft Center and Memorial Coliseum. Check out Chris Reynold’s photo gallery of the night and check back Monday for Annie Dunbar’s feature story on the event.
All tickets to the 2013 Big Blue Madness were snapped up in the first 30 minutes of availability Saturday morning.
The UK Sports Video team mic’d up Marcus Lee on Thursday night as he and his teammates delivered Papa John’s pizza to campers and signed autographs.
While fans outside the Joe Craft Center wait in line for tickets to the first public viewing of practice, the Wildcats continued their practice season indoors on Thursday. we caught up with a few of the players afterwards to get their thoughts on getting used to the grind of practice.
With the record number of tents on site, UK Athletics staff will make any new campers aware of the likelihood that they will not receive control cards for free tickets to the annual event.
This year, Dallas Hoskins is at the front of the line. Hoskins started camping out Sunday for his tickets. Had he arrived Wednesday, his tent wouldn’t have been near the front of the line, but he would have undoubtedly still gotten a ticket. But getting a ticket is hardly the only appeal of the campout. Far from it.
After watching his team get outrebounded, “outhustled” and “outworked” in the second half of doubleheader nightcap, a hot and irritated John Calipari said this letdown loss simply came down to toughness. One team (Baylor) had it. The other (Kentucky) didn’t.