The Kentucky Wildcats football team (7-5) finished the regular season on a high note, snapping a two-game losing streak against their rival, the No. 25 Louisville Cardinals (7-6) 26-13 at Kroger Field on Saturday, keeping the Governor’s Cup trophy in Lexington.
The Kentucky volleyball team (20-7, 15-3 SEC) swept South Carolina 3-0 (25-21, 29-27, 25-16) on Saturday afternoon inside Memorial Coliseum to claim its sixth-straight Southeastern Conference volleyball championship.
It’s been a weekend full of UK basketball giving back as we gear up for the season, first in eastern Kentucky on Saturday, then on Sunday through a skills camp in partnership with the Mamba Mambacita Sports Foundation, nonprofit founded in memory of Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gigi.
The Kentucky Wildcats played their annual Blue-White scrimmage in Pikeville’s Appalachian Wireless Arena Saturday night, with the white team winning it 70-67, but the game was about far more than the scoreboard, as they were able to donate $162,450 to Eastern Kentucky flood relief.
Each year, Kentucky men’s basketball head coach John Calipari rolls out the blue carpet for the NBA brass with a pro day. This year, no exception, as every franchise was in Lexington for a look at this new group of Wildcats.