College Basketball: Will Trey Lyles choose
After analyzing last night’s 95-72 pre season win over
Kentucky plays its first regular season game against UNC Asheville Friday night in Rupp Arena, with pre game coverage at 4:30 on Lite 98.7.
Rodgers hurt his non-throwing shoulder during the opening possession of last night’s loss to the Chicago Bears when he was sacked. Rodgers did not return to the game.
MLB: Three key members of the world champion Boston Red Sox received qualifying offers prior to Monday's deadline, with the club extending one-year bids to center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury, first baseman Mike Napoli and shortstop Stephen Drew. All three have until November 11th to accept the $14.1 million tender for next season, with the Red Sox receiving compensatory draft picks if the players sign with another team.
Other notable players to be given qualifying offers were St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Carlos Beltran, Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann and
Speaking of the Reds, the first Hot Stove League show of the off season with Marty and Thom Brennaman airs tonight at 7:06 on News/Talk WHOP.
High School Football: The Associated Press has released its final regular season polls.
Class A: Mayfield is still at the top with Russellville ranked third.
Class 3-A: Wayne County is the new top ranked team, with South Warren tied for 4th and Paducah Tilghman is 9th.
Class 4-A: Highlands remains number one with
Young also made a hustle play that ended up as a basket for Montevallo. Young leaped out of bounds for a loose ball, lobbed it back in and it went into the basket. He received a standing ovation from the Rupp Arena crowd.
Austin Peay held off Division Two power Central Missouri, winning 78-75 at the
Women’s action saw the 4th ranked
Smith was the Cardinals leading scorer last season in leading
One of the nation’s top basketball recruits will announce today where he will play collegiately next year. Trey Lyles of Indianapolis has narrowed his choices to
Meanwhile, Ryan Timmons is doubtful Saturday’s game with a sprained ankle. Timmons is
The Southeastern Conference announced Monday Kentucky’s game at Vanderbilt November 16th will kickoff at 11:21 am
College Basketball: Following a long weekend of practice,
Ware participated in workouts Sunday going through all drills with no hesitation and Pitino said Ware looked “very good.”
A reminder because of tonight’s
NFL: Defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio has been named interim head coach of the Denver Broncos.
The move was made after head coach John Fox was taken to the hospital over the weekend after he became dizzy while golfing in
Longtime NFC North rivals meet on "Monday Night Football" as the Chicago Bears invade Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers. The Bears are without quarterback Jay Cutler, who has a groin injury, and linebacker Lance Briggs, who has an injured shoulder. The Packers have won the last five meetings at Lambeau and six straight against
It rarely occurs, but it took a perfect 11-0 card to be a winner in last week's Max Fuel Express College Football Pick the Winners contest.
This week's winners are as follows:
$30 1st prize: Terry Babb of Hopkinsville
$15 2nd prize: Jacob Ezell of Hopkinsville
$10 3rd prize: Tony Ricks of Hopkinsville
This week's cards are FREE and available at Hopkinsville Max Fuel Express locations.
High School Football: The Commonwealth Gridiron Bowl begins this week with first round playoff action.
Class 3-A: Fort Campbell hosts Edmonson County, Trigg County goes to Monroe County, Webster County travels to South Warren and Paducah Tilghman hosts Adair County.
Class 2-A: Caldwell County hosts Hancock County, Union County welcomes Ballard Memorial, Murray hosts Butler County and Owensboro Catholic entertains Crittenden County.
Class A: Russellville hosts Kentucky Country Day, Mayfield welcomes Caverna,
Class 4-A: Madisonville hosts Allen County Scottsville, Calloway County goes to Warren East, Hopkins Central at Franklin Simpson, Owensboro hosts Breckinridge County.
Class 6-A: Henderson County hosts Muhlenberg County, McCracken County welcomes Boone County, Daviess County at Central Hardin and Marshall County at Meade County.
Austin Peay is also in exhibition action this evening as the Governors host Division Two perennial power
Women’s exhibition action Sunday saw Kentucky defeat Eckerd College 83-35, Austin Peay defeat Martin Methodist 94-44, Murray State defeated Berea 103-59 and Western Kentucky defeated Glenville State 100-67.
Austin Peay running back Omar Williams was named the Ohio Valley Conference newcomer of the week. The
The Tennessee Titans defeated former coach Jeff Fisher and the St. Louis Rams Sunday 28-21. Chris Johnson had 150 yards and two scores to lead the Titans.