1. How Kentucky Wildcats Fans' Impatience Has Led to the Program's Downfall

    Is it official? Louisville, Kentucky's news station WHAS has reported that Billy Gillispie will not be returning next season as the head coach.UK spokesman released a comment saying no decision has been made yet and that these sources are not true...

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  2. UNC-Radford Preview: Is This the Year of the 16-Over-1 Upset?

    Surprisingly enough, this game may be the best chance for a 16-seed to beat a one-seed. Although North Carolina may have the most talent in the NCAA, as they return a whole team that went to the Final Four a year ago, the Tar Heels are still vulnerable...

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  3. No. 1 UConn vs. No. 16 Chattanooga: Could This Finally Be the Year?

    Going into the first round of the big dance, Connecticut still has some questions to be answered. Injured player Jerome Dyson is gone for good, and the Huskies have struggled so far in trying to replace him...

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  4. Louisville-Morehead State Preview: Is This the Year of the 16-Over-1 Upset?

    In the two days remaining before the NCAA Tournament, I will be previewing the 1- vs. 16-seed matchups and determining if any of the underdogs have a chance. Since the field has expanded to 64 teams (and now 65), 16 seeds are 0-98...

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  5. Good Morning Selection Sunday

    As the sun rises in the east of the U.S. in the middle of March, every waking soul knows the importance of today's date. Today is Selection Sunday...

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  6. Syracuse-UConn: Orange Win in Six Overtimes, Soak in the Meaning of March

    After one of the most amazing games in NCAA Basketball history, March Madness is now in full swing with the tournament less than a week away. March has always been filled with heroic performances, both individually and collectively...

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  7. Kentucky Loss to Georgia Shows They Deserve the NIT

    It was supposed to happen sooner or later. Everyone has gone through it. Kentucky has gone through it before and this probably won't be the last time either...

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  8. Kentucky Wildcats In Free Fall: Lose Third Straight

    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. That's the motto Kentucky must take from this game because, for the second straight year, the Kentucky Wildcats failed to do much of anything against a less-than-stellar Mississippi State team...

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  9. Jodie Meeks' Off Night Not the Reason for Kentucky's Loss to Ole Miss

    After the Wildcats' unfortunate loss to Ole Miss on Tuesday night, many questions were raised. Why did they lose? Was it because Jodie Meeks had an off night? Well, many of you think ...

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  10. UCLA's High Ranking a Classic Example of How Bad Poll Voting Really Is

    For yet another week I sat and watched college basketball. For yet another week I saw UCLA struggle. And yet for another week I've seen poll voters in both the AP Poll and the Coaches' Poll barely penalize the Bruins...

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  11. SEC's Inconsistent Play Reason for Downfall

    Like politicians and their flip-flops, and Jekyll and Hyde itself, basketball in SEC is always changing. Only this change isn't very good change. The SEC this season has been by far the most confusing conference in all of college basketball...

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  12. Florida Ranked In Latest AP Poll: But Is Kentucky More Deserving SEC Team?

    In this week's latest AP poll the Florida Gators kept the streak going for the SEC after Tennessee dropped out of the top 25...

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  13. Kentucky Proving They Are Top 25 Worthy: Statistics Show How Good They Are

    After yet another slow start to the college basketball season the Kentucky Wildcats are on a surge again, but this time they're better...

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  14. Tennessee No Longer Best in the SEC

    After an 18 point defeat at home to the Kentucky Wildcats, it seems as though the Tennessee Volunteers are losing their grip on the SEC stranglehold...

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  15. Kentucky Gets Signature Victory: Cruises Past Vols Behind Meeks' 54 Points

    All week long, players, coaches, and ESPN analysts have been saying for Kentucky to beat Tennessee two things need to happen: Control the ball and find a third scorer. Well, Kentucky fortunately controlled the ball well, but didn't need a third scorer...

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  16. SEC Basketball: Who's the Favorite to Win the Conference?

    As the first set of games is finishing up and week two begins in the SEC, many questions still remain in this league...

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  17. North Carolina: One Of The Best Teams Ever?

    Now I know everyone has already heard a million different things already on North Carolina, but I was thinking: Is this years North Carolina Tar Heels Basketball teams one of the best teams of all time...

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  18. Texas Coach Mack Brown Addresses The Media As Mike Gundy: Discusses BCS

    Wednesday night Texas coach Mack Brown sounded very upset in his weekly news conference with the media. Although there was supposed to be no Wednesday news conference this week due to the Longhorns ...

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  19. DeAndre Liggins Proves Himself, Michael Porter and Ramon Harris Injured

    With the Kentucky Wildcats leading by 12 and the game just six-and-a-half minutes in, Michael Porter and Ramon Harris butted heads. Unfortunately, it was physically, and not figuratively...

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  20. Hopefully What Happened In Vegas Doesn't Stay In Vegas

    Over the weekend on Friday and Saturday night, the Kentucky Wildcats basketball team finally proved they can win a game when it means something...

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  21. Another Early Season Shocker for Kentucky: Don't Jump to Conclusions

    "Here we go again." These are the words that are being uttered by college basketball fans all around the country. Just like the start of the '07-08 season, the highly anticipated '08-09 season has started the same: with another shocking loss by Kentucky..

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  22. Will the Real Jared Carter Please Stand Up?

    If you're a Kentucky fan, you know who this Kentucky kid is. You have been waiting for this 7'2" giant to finally be the player he was supposed to be...

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  23. Patrick Patterson and the Kentucky Wildcats No Pushover for Tyler Hansbrough

    There is one thing that I myself cannot deny. The North Carolina Tar Heels have handed the Kentucky Wildcats a loss each of the first three years Tyler Hansbrough has been a Tar Heel...

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