Having raised a son who wore the same pair of boxers in every soccer game from age 10 through college and a daughter who believes you can actually jinx a team into losing, it’s no surprise to me th
I have watched with seasoned amusement this year the mercurial nature of UK basketball’s diehard fans, coupled with the officiousness of the sports-writing pack and the talking heads who have to fi
Governor Steve Beshear this week unveiled the 2014 Governor’s Commemorative Derby poster.
LEXINGTON - An emerging pattern in John Calipari’s public personality over the past five years may not necessarily be a giant leap to take logically, but here goes: When his teams are winning, he l
If the Kentucky Wildcats beat the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday night, Governor Steve Beshear will receive beer, bratwursts, and cheese from his upper midwestern counterpart.
Most of the Commonwealth roots, roots, roots for the Cincinnati Reds in the summer months, but some parts of the state prefer the Atlanta Braves or the St. Louis Cardinals.
The crack of the bat and the snap of leather remind America that it’s Opening Day of baseball season.
INDIANAPOLIS — Aaron Harrison could have shot from anywhere on the floor at Lucas Oil Stadium, and it would have gone in.
INDIANAPOLIS — Dakari Johnson was discouraged.
INDIANAPOLIS — With an indefinite number of games left in his Kentucky career—no more than three at this point, surely—it’s still unclear how Julius Randle will be remembered as a Wildcat.
INDIANAPOLIS — For all the emotions born into Kentucky and Louisville fans any time the two teams play in any sport—especially men’s basketball—it’s not something aliens to the Commonwealth fully g
Pike Street in Downtown Covington will shut down and become a pop-up wiffle ball stadium on Friday, March 28 as part of an art event inspired by the Cincinnati Reds' Opening Day celebrations.
Though five players take the court for a basketball team, Covington Catholic is blessed with a "sixth man" in the stands in the form of the "Cov Cath Crazies".