NEWS: Sam Maxwell out for bowl game

December 5, 2009

Tough lose today for the football cats. Sam Maxwell will have season ending surgery, ending his career as a wildcat. My defensive MVP by far this season for the cats. We wish Sam luck as he continues, hopefully, with his career on Sundays.

Halftime of the basketball game…and wow…


It’s Over

October 14, 2009

Billy Gillispie has now settled outside of court with the University of Kentucky…Thank you! I am so glad that this is over and I am ready to move on. In the long run I think this helps Gillispie, because now his craziness will not come out to the national media as much as it would if this went to trial. I do believe his DUI in Anderson Co. did however hurt him in the settlement because it had been rumored $4 million was the original offer. So, here is to BCG cleaning it up and coming out a better man…away from us please.


NEWS: Hartline out for the year

October 11, 2009

Sources tell WHAS11 in Louisville that UK QB Mike Hartline is out for the year after leaving Saturday’s lose to South Carolina. He will be replaced by Fidler and Cobb. I don’t know what is going on with the Newton situation, but you have to think you will see him in one of the games after the road game against Auburn. I also hope there is not a single UK fan celebrating this injury, because if Hartline doesn’t leave that game, we win. He was punching every critic in the mouth yesterday, including this one. Get better Hartline.

NEWS: Billy Gillispie checks into rehab fecility

September 9, 2009

WKYT 27 is reporting former University of Kentucky basketball coach Billy Gillispie has checked himself into the John Lucas After Care Rehab Facility in Houston, TX.

UPDATE: Caught this through A Sea Of Blue, Matt Jones has a great post that I hope the UK faithful reads. Kentucky Sports Radio

UPDATE: Rush The Court jumps in.

NEWS: Varnado sent to hospital

September 1, 2009

Rush The Court saying Jarvis Varnado was sent to the hospital after feeling nauseous and having some breathing difficulties during a morning practice session.


“It’s nothing serious,” Mississippi State coach Rick Stansbury said late Monday night as he left the medical center — the same hospital Stansbury was in last season when he had a virus. “He had a little breathing difficulty and got dizzy and that’s why he went to the hospital. They’re going to keep him overnight for observation but there’s no reason why he won’t be released tomorrow [Tuesday]. There’s absolutely nothing that they saw wrong.”