Since becoming Kentucky's head basketball coach in 2009, John Calipari has produced 26 first-round NBA draft picks. He has had at least one top-10 pick in each of his nine years. He has been to four Final Fours and won one national title.
Five teammates ranked ahead of Shai Gilgeous-Alexander among Kentucky basketball's 2017 signing class. At Thursdays' NBA Draft, Gilgeous-Alexander is expected to be the first UK player chosen. He could keep John Calipari's top-10 streak alive.
The Kentucky men's basketball roster is all but set for 2018-19. Head coach John Calipari should have more experience, perimeter shooting and options than he had last season. And UK could still get graduate transfer Reid Travis.
NCAA announced Wednesday that student-athletes will no longer be required to seek a scholarship release in order to transfer. The change recalls the controversy when Kentucky basketball center Marvin Stone transferred to Louisville in 2002.
SEC Football Media Days in Atlanta are just a month away. Time to rank the SEC's 14 head football coaches, two of whom have won national titles. Alabama's Nick Saban is the obvious No. 1. Where do the the other 13 coaches rank?
Justify became horse racing's 13th Triple Crown champion by winning the Belmont Stakes on Saturday. Trainer Bob Baffert became the second trainer to campaign multiple Triple Crown winners. Baffert also trained 2015 Triple Crown champ American Pharoah.
Behind an incredible training job by Bob Baffert, Justify won the Belmont Stakes to become horse racing's 13th Triple Crown winner. Owned in a partnership headed by WinStar Farm, Justify joined Seattle Slew as the second unbeaten Triple Crown winner.
Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Justify will attempt to be horse racing's 13th Triple Crown champion by winning the Belmont Stakes on Saturday. Trainer Bob Baffert believes Justify is great but knows he has to prove it on the track.
Kentucky opens its college football season on Sept. 1 against Central Michigan. Coach Mark Stoops' team needs six wins for its third consecutive bowl appearance. Against a tough schedule, can the 2018 Wildcats find six victories?
Former Kentucky athletics director and Alabama basketball coach C.M. Newton died at age 88. Newton recruited the first black scholarship athlete at Alabama and led Kentucky basketball out of an NCAA probation.
Several SEC basketball stars opted to withdraw their names from the NBA Draft pool and return to school, setting up the league for what should be another strong year in 2018-19. The SEC put eight teams into last year's NCAA Tournament.
Major League Soccer is officially coming to Cincinnati in 2019. Nick Mingione promises to be Kentucky's baseball coach next season. SEC basketball gets key players back after testing NBA Draft waters. More random notes.
Despite a 34-22 record, Kentucky was not chosen to participate in this year's NCAA Baseball Tournament on Monday. Head coach Nick Mingione said he was disappointed but does not blame the Selection Committee for the snub.
WinStar Farm and its partners indicated Friday that Audible will not run against Justify in the Belmont Stakes. Both horses are owned by the same group. Justify is trying to become just the 13th horse to sweep racing's Triple Crown.
Justify won the Preakness Stakes on May 19, 2018 after winning the Kentucky Derby on May 5. Now the three-year-old will try and win the Belmont Stakes to become the 13th winner of horse racing's Triple Crown.
In a dense fog, Kentucky Derby winner Justify held on to beat Bravazo by a half-length in the 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course. The victory gave trainer Bob Baffert his seventh Preakness victory. Justify is expected to try for the Triple Crown in the Belmont Stakes on June 9.
Kentucky Derby winner Justify is the 1-2 favorite in Saturday's Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course. Derby runner-up Good Magic, second choice at 3-1, appears to be the only horse in the field of eight capable of pulling the upset.
Unbeaten Justify won the Kentucky Derby on a sloppy track at Churchill Downs. With rains having soaked Baltimore and with more wet weather on the way, will Justify be able to win again on a sloppy track in the Preakness?