Kentucky fans left more than 800 voicemails for referee John Higgins after the team’s Elite Eight loss to North Carolina, seven of which have been flagged by law enforcement as threats. The messages were reviewed by police in Higgins’s home of Omaha, and those containing threats have been sent to relevant officials in…
Seven Kentucky fans who harassed and threatened referee John Higgins after the team’s Elite Eight loss have been identified by law enforcement, according to the Associated Press.
In the top of the second inning against Louisville, with runners on second and third, the University of Kentucky turned this nifty triple play:
Five university presidents and athletic directors offering their unfiltered thoughts on why the NCAA and its members should hold fast to amateurism, a model that’s landed them all six-figure base salaries, may be the best argument for abolishing the system.
Resident CNN war flack James “Spider” Marks excitedly promised an extended war against Syria, as the visibly engorged retired U.S. Army major general contrasted tonight’s use of more than 50 Tomahawk missiles against John Calipari’s Kentucky basketball program, stating that “this is not [...] one and done.”
According to a report from the Associated Press, Nebraska law enforcement investigators are looking into death threats leveled against John Higgins, the referee whose personal life and career as the owner of an Omaha roofing company have now been the focus of pissbaby Kentucky fans for over a week-and-a-half.
It’s been 10 days now, and some Kentucky fans, when not shoveling out their overflowing diapers, are still making harassing phone calls to and trying to sink the business of longtime referee John Higgins.
As sports fans have come to find out over the years, many officials that work the NCAA regular season and postseason tournaments, like their NBA and NFL counterparts, are not solely referees. Outside of their duties on the court, the vast majority rely careers in other fields to make a living. Unless they’re fan…
The thing about a game-winning buzzer-beater is that for all the elation it brings to the winning side, an equal amount of despair can be found in the losing locker room. As evidence, here is Kentucky point guard De’Aaron Fox speaking to reporters just after UNC’s Luke Maye ended his season:
UNC-Kentucky was a keeper, a big-name showdown in a tournament dominated by new faces, and a thrilling finish in a month nearly devoid of buzzer-beaters. Malik Monk’s game-tying three with 7.2 seconds remaining was met by Luke Maye’s winner with 0.3 left, and as you can imagine, it was quite the emotional swing for…
North Carolina’s Luke Maye hit a jumper with 0.3 seconds remaining to send the Tar Heels to the Final Four, just moments after Malik Monk drilled a desperation three to tie the game for Kentucky. Above, you can see the play and hear it as called on CBS, Westwood One radio, and on Russian television. It was a finish…
Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall isn’t the only one in the family that can cause a scene, apparently.
No. 2 Kentucky just barely held on to thwart an upset attempt from No. 10 Wichita State with a 65-62 win Sunday afternoon.
Kentucky traveled to Columbia to play SEC basement dwellers Missouri tonight, and the game was uncomfortably close at halftime. No. 11 Kentucky held just a one-point lead over the Tigers at the half, and Missouri fans let Cal have it while he was doing an interview with a reporter from the SEC Network.
John Calipari was clearly feelin’ it during the Wildcats’ big 82-77 win over Georgia today.
Kentucky has lost three of their last five games, which is not a fun place to be. An even less fun place to be is on your way to a noon tip-off after suffering through multiple wake-up calls via fire alarm the night before. This, however, is what the team had to deal with before today’s game against Alabama. From Kyle…
We’ve noted before how Kentucky’s magic freshman Malik Monk can transform games. Here he is tonight stealing souls from some poor kids from Ole Miss. Don’t look too closely if you value your own afterlife.
Malik Monk’s three-pointer with 17 seconds remaining gave Kentucky the lead for good in the Wildcats’ lightning-fire matchup against North Carolina, as the freshman phenom finished with 47 points in leading his team to a 103-100 win over the Tar Heels.