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Last season, Kentucky had a rocky regular season after being the preseason favorites to win the championship in March. Despite the rocky regular season, the Wildcats pushed themselves all the way to the championship game where they lost to UCONN as a No. 8 seed. This season, the Wildcats return quite a few key players and will be a huge team in general once again. Last year, the team relied heavily on its size and controling the glass in general. I'll go over what Big Blue fans can expect in this upcoming 2014-15 season.
The Final Four in Indianapolis is occuring against the backdrop of the debate over gay rights and religious freedom. The NCAA and other sports leagues were strongly opposed to the law, while the NFL has stayed silent. We examine the subject.
Across the border in Kentucky, a high school basketball player was chased by members of an opposing team simply for being gay. His team and coach rallied around him but the incident shows gays in sports is still a hot topic.
Mike and Michele will be getting you up to date on UK's spring football practices, as well as let you know what the Bat Cats have been doing recently.
Our hot topic tonight will be the state of college basketball -- is the game in decline and if so, how can it be fixed? Officiating seems to be the number 1 suggestion, so let us know your thoughts.
Also - tonight we will have our first Faceoff, a new weekly feature where our co-hosts debate a topic and you, the listeners get to decide who presented the stronger case. Sometimes the topics will be very serious and other times they'll be a bit more light-hearted. Tonight's Faceoff - "Is fishing a sport?" (this ought to be fun!)
This show features Shanan Rosenberg, men's basketball coach at Linfield College, a D-3 school.
The show is hosted by Greg Crawford, editor of http://gregcrawfordbasketball.blogspot.com and http://crawfordsgolfdaily.blogspot.com (golf and sports biz combo).
The disappointment that has been Alabama basketball is taking a back seat this week since the Crimson Tide football team has begun their spring football practices. We'll still talk about the ongoing coaching search on the hardwood, but it will be a sideshow as BAMS talks about everything happening on the gridiron. We'll be joined by Roger Myers for his take on the happenings at the Capstone. The show kicks off with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts at 5:30. Be there or be Auburn
On this episode of Basketball Colorado Presented by Aspire Beverages we will discuss All league selctions for 4A and 5A. We will finally get to talk with Overland guard Reggie Gibson about Overlands Championship season.
We will also discuss the Gatorade Colorado player of the Year
We will talk about the Joint Effort event coming up in April
Then we look a bit a the spring club scene
Join us tonight at 7:00
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will recap all of the Elite 8 games. Four teams were cutting down nets, as they won they region: Wisconsin Badgers, Kentucky Wildcats, Michigan State Spartans, and the Duke Blue Devils.
Wisconsin struggled shooting, once again, in the first half. The second half was a different story, as it seemed, the Badgers could not miss from behind the arc. Arizona stayed in this game by getting to the foul line; 30 times, and out rebounding the Badgers by one. Sam Dekker iced the game, with a high arching three pointer with 20 seconds left, making the score 84-76.
Kentucky remained perfect, only after Andrew Harrison made two free throws, with 6 seonds left. Jerian Grant missed a three pointer from the corner, as time expired. In a back and forth game, Kentucky outlasted the Irish, 68-66.
Tom Izzo is going back to the Final Four, for the seventh time. Louisville and Michigan State gave the fans, an extra five minutes, of basketball. As the media talked to Travis Trice, Denzel Valentine, and Brandon Dawson, without sharp shooter Bryn Forbes, the Spartans may have been watching the Final Four, from Lansing, MI. Forbes made 4 or 6 three pointers and finished with 14 points.
All-American Jahill Okafor was held to 9 points, on 4 of 10 shooting. However, the other four starters all scored, in double digits. Led by Justise Winslow and Matt Jones, with 16. Like Forbes, the Blue Devils should be putting the microphone, in Jones corner. He buried 4 of 7 three pointers, and the Blue Devils took control of this game late, and never looked back.
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