Hoppers Baseball: The Hoptown Hoppers put their six game winning streak on the line this evening as they open a two game series at second place
Other OVL games have
MLB: A couple of matinee games in the National League as
High School Basketball: The Courier Journal reports Forcht Bank will be the new sponsor for the King of the Bluegrass tournament at
Three other out of state teams are also in this year’s field. The tournament will be held December 19-23, with the pairings and times to be announced later.
College Football: University of Louisville tight end Gerald Christian has been added to the initial watch list for this year’s John Mackey Award, given to the nation’s best tight end.
Christian sat out last year after transferring to
College Basketball: The Lexington Herald Leader reports the Lexington Center Corporation Board of Directors have formally approved the hiring of Seattle based architectural firm NBBJ to design the new Rupp Arena and Indianapolis based Hunt Construction group will build the facility.
Groundbreaking ceremonies are scheduled in the fall of 2014. NBBJ designed the $136 million renovation of Pauley Pavilion at UCLA among a number of projects. Hunt Construction was involved in the original construction of Rupp Arena in the 1970’s and most recently built the
Kentucky coach John Calipari has been elected to the board of directors of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Calipari has guided
A source tells Kentucky Sports Radio that Kyle Wiltjer will make an announcement early next week on whether he will stay with
It’s been widely speculated if Wiltjer departs, he is headed to Gonzaga. Wiltjer is currently playing with the Canadian National team at the FISU Summer games in
NBA: It's official. Chris Paul will remain with the Los Angeles Clippers. Paul’s contract was finalized just after the NBA's signing period for free agents and trades was lifted at 12:01 a.m. ET this morning. Paul’s deal, which runs through the 2017-18 season, is reportedly a five-year, $107 million maximum contract extension.
The final major of the season for the Champions Tour—the US Senior Open---begins tomorrow at Omaha Country Club in