John Calipari, whose Kentucky team is the first in 24 years to reach the Final Four undefeated, has been selected The Associated Press’ coach of the year.
Players at Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Duke operated under the same rules on their road to the Final Four this season — except when it came to the frequency of their doping tests and the penalties they faced for failing.
The record-setting start to the Tournament—as far as one-point games—gave way to exciting, compelling matchups this past weekend.
It is the fifth time at least three No. 1 seeds reached the Final Four. The only top-seed sweep was in 2008.
The Wildcats (38-0), seeking to become college basketball’s first undefeated champion in 39 years, advanced to the Final Four in Indianapolis next week.
The NCAA Tournament resumes on Thursday, with No. 1 Kentucky taking on 5 seed West Virginia. The Wildcats are overwhelming favorites to remain undefeated and win the tournament, but do you want them to?
Actress and Kentucky Wildcats fan Ashley Judd is firing back at those who posted threats and hateful comments online after she tweeted that she thought Arkansas was playing dirty in its SEC basketball matchup with her alma mater.
The basketball fan in chief says there’s a good reason the Wildcats are the prohibitive favorite in the tournament after going 34-0 so far.
Texas A&M coach Gary Blair said his team needed to bring its “A” game to beat No. 11 Kentucky on its home floor, a mission the 15th-ranked Aggies thoroughly executed going to the basket.
The 9-0 Wildcats became a unanimous No. 1 team in the new AP poll Monday, getting the first-place votes on all 64 ballots cast.
Kentucky coach John Calipari found much to like about the box score of yet another blowout win, taking particular satisfaction in his team’s playing time.
A double-digit halftime lead over Kentucky wasn’t enough to make Baylor coach Kim Mulkey comfortable.