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  • Anderson playing the waiting game

    Wilbraham (Mass.) Wilbraham and Monson Academy class of 2011 power forward Braeden Anderson must wait until after the Wildcats' season ends to visit UK. More

  • Gilchrist named McDonald's co-MVP

    Gilchrist named McDonald's co-MVP

    In a game full of them, UK signee Michael Gilchrist was a star of stars with 16 points and 12 rebounds en route to being named co-MVP of the McDonald's All-American game. More

  • Kanter helped to prepare Harrellson

    Kanter helped to prepare Harrellson

    Because Enes Kanter has yet to score a point or grab a rebound for the Cats this season doesn't mean he hasn't aided in UK's late-season turnaround and improbable tourney run. More

  • Former Cats can revel in 2011 run

    Former Cats like Tayshaun Prince, Keith Bogans, Chuck Hayes and Patrick Patterson--who never tasted a Final Four during their careers--have to be reveling in UK's 2011 run. More

  • Finally Four

    Finally Four

    After agonizing defeats in four consecutive regional finals, Kentucky is finally going back to the Final Four for the first time since 1998. More

  • Changing Faces

    Changing Faces

    When the two teams take the floor Sunday afternoon with a berth in the Final 4 on the line, UK and UNC will in no way resemble the teams that met earlier in the season. More

  • Bucks Stop Here

    Bucks Stop Here

    Brandon Knight knocked down a pull-up 15-foot jumper with :05 seconds left as UK stopped No. 1 overall seed Ohio State 62-60 in the East Regional semifinal in Newark, N.J. More

  • Goodwin likes level of UK attention

    Goodwin likes level of UK attention

    When March Madness rolled around, Archie Goodwin figured some of the attention he was receiving might cool off for a few weeks as schools focused on the tournament. More

  • Newark: Titletown, USA

    Newark: Titletown, USA

    With the four teams competing in the NCAA East Regional combining for 14 national championships, Newark, N.J., at least for a weekend, will be Titletown, USA. More

  • Muhammad 'comfortable' with Cats

    Muhammad 'comfortable' with Cats

    Five-star 2012 SG Shabazz Muhammad took his first visit to Kentucky earlier this month and now says he feels "comfortable" with the Cats moving forward with his recruitment. More

  • Cats back at Word of God for Graham

    Cats back at Word of God for Graham

    The last time UK recruited a guard from Word of God Christian, they landed a halfway decent player by the name of John Wall. Now Torian Graham is also hearing from the Cats. More

  • Kentucky/Ohio State tip set

    Kentucky/Ohio State tip set

    UK will make its 22nd Sweet 16 appearance when they take on the tourney's top overall seed in Ohio State at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. Friday night at 9:45 on CBS. More

  • UK completes revenge tour vs. WVU

    UK completes revenge tour vs. WVU

    In the midst of its current eight-game win streak, Kentucky has been on a national tour of sorts, exacting a measure of revenge on six different opponents. More

  • Cats finally topple Mountaineers

    Cats finally topple Mountaineers

    Against West Virginia Brandon Knight re-wrote the ending to the Cats' nightmarish past against the Mountaineers, helping UK finally topple WVU with a career-high 30 points. More

  • Knightfall finally comes for Cats

    Knightfall finally comes for Cats

    For 39 minutes and 58 seconds, Brandon Knight experienced something completely foreign to his budding career at Kentucky. He had a zero by his name in the scorebook. More

  • Princeton Primer

    The low-down on Kentucky's first NCAA Tournament foe: the 13th-seeded Princeton Tigers. More

  • UK in NCAAs: By The Numbers

    UK in NCAAs: By The Numbers

    Kentucky tips-off its record 51st NCAA Tournament appearance on Thursday against Princeton. This feature breaks down the Wildcats’ March Madness history by the numbers… More

  • East Region Breakdown

    East Region Breakdown

    A closer look at the East Region, where Kentucky will tip-off against Ivy League champ Princeton in Tampa on Thursday. More

  • Cats named 4 seed in East

    Cats named 4 seed in East

    Kentucky will begin the road to the Final Four as a No. 4 seed in the East Region facing Princeton on Thursday in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. More

  • King For A Day

    King For A Day

    In Atlanta on UK's biggest stage, Darius Miller finally proved he was ready for prime time, taking home MVP honors in pacing the Cats to its second straight SEC Tourney title. More

  • Harrellson, Cats brace for Bama

    Harrellson, Cats brace for Bama

    After avenging its regular season loss to Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals Friday, UK will try to repeat the feat against Alabama on semifinal Saturday. More

  • Knight rescues Cats, fends off Rebs

    Knight rescues Cats, fends off Rebs

    Brandon Knight didn't get off to the best of starts in UK's quarterfinal game at the SEC Tournament in Atlanta, but he did provide one furious finish. More

  • Miller has Cats living high life

    Miller has Cats living high life

    Since Darius Miller signed with the Cats in November of 2007, fans have been proclaiming, "It's Miller Time." Well, Miller Time may have finally arrived. More

  • UK checks in on elite California F

    UK checks in on elite California F

    The UK staff was out on the West Coast Tuesday night, checking in on one of California's elite prospects in the Class of 2012. Read more about him in this BigBlue247 update. More

  • Cal hopes Cats can ride momentum

    As his team prepares to enter March Madness, John Calipari hopes the “real” Wildcats are the ones who won three fiercely-competitive games to close out the regular season. More

  • Lacey's father: 'He will qualify'

    Lacey's father: 'He will qualify'

    One of the nation's top unsigned seniors and UK's top remaining targets--Huntsville (Ala.) Butler sharpshooter Trevor Lacey--has both a decision and a decision date in mind. More

  • Jones tabbed SEC Frosh of the Year

    Jones tabbed SEC Frosh of the Year

    Terrence Jones was named SEC Freshman of the Year by the coaches, the league office announced Tuesday. Brandon Knight also joined Jones on the All SEC first team More

  • Visits next up for Simpson

    Visits next up for Simpson

    The season has ended for John A. Logan CC big man Stan Simpson. Next up for the UK recruiting target: official visits. More

  • Cats outlast Vols, clinch 2 seed

    Brandon Knight scored 17 of his team-high 19 points in the second half Sunday as Kentucky rallied from a double-digit deficit to defeat Tennessee 64-58. More

  • Cats scouting juco forward

    Cats scouting juco forward

    Kentucky remains in the mix for juco forward God's Gift Achiuwa. Read the latest on the Erie CC standout in this BigBlue247 update. More

  • Calipari looking to add '11 forward

    With depth a factor this season, John Calipari has said he's looking to add one possibly two members to his already top-ranked 2011 recruiting class. Cue PF Braeden Anderson. More

  • Harrellson helps close out Dores

    Harrellson helps close out Dores

    UK has struggled all season in close games on the road, posting an 0-6 record in games decided by five points or less. The Cats wrote a different ending versus Vandy at Rupp. More

  • Jones, Knight finalists for award

    Kentucky's Terrence Jones and Brandon Knight were named among five finalists for the inaugural Wayman Tisdale National Freshman of the Year Award. More

  • Top 2013 forward hearing from UK

    One of the top players in the 2013 class, Plano (Tex.) Prestonwood Christian Academy forward Julius Randle is already hearing from every major college program in the country. More

  • Rupp visit a big hit for Davis

    Rupp visit a big hit for Davis

    On hand for UK's 90-59 thrashing of South Carolina Saturday was one of the Wildcats' highly-touted signees for 2011. So what did Anthony Davis think of the experience? More

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