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Dec 31 College Football Bowl Predictions


Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl– Orlando, Fl

Louisville (143.22) 9-3 vs. LSU (94.06) 7-4

Tigers by 3


TaxSlayer Bowl– Jacksonville, Fl

Georgia Tech (32.45) 8-4  vs. Kentucky (9.50) 7-5

Yellow Jackets by 3


Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl/ CFB Playoff Semifinal– Atlanta, GA

Alabama (251.74) 13-0  vs. Washington (191.73) 12-1

Crimson Tide by 10


PlayStation Fiesta Bowl/ CFB Playoff Semifinal– Glendale, AZ

Ohio State (217.62) 11-1 vs. Clemson (126.46) 12-1

Buckeyes by 9



Helmet Bowl Schedule/ FBSchedules.com

FBS Scoreboard/ NCAA.com



SEC Softball in the NCAA Super Regionals: Lady Cats, Gators, and Tide

Three SEC softball teams advanced in the NCAA Super Regionals to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City on Sunday, as Florida beat Washington by a score of 8-0, while Kentucky won a pair on Sunday against UCLA 7-3 and 7-1 to reach the promised land of college softball.  The two squads join the Lady Crimson Tide of Alabama in Oklahoma City to give this year’s tournament a definite SEC flavor.

Video Uploaded to You Tube  by Al.com

(H/T:  SEC Digital Network)



Five SEC Schools Advance to NCAA Softball Super-Regionals: Lady Vols, Tide, Gators, Wildcats, Bulldogs

The Lady softball versions of the Tennessee Volunteers, the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Florida Gators, the Kentucky Wildcats, and the Georgia Bulldogs  all advanced to NCAA Super-Regional play on Sunday.

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Check out “Kentucky Wildcats TV: UK Softball Wins NCAA Regional vs. DePaul” on Vimeo http://vimeo.com/95683819 

(H/T: NCAA.com)

U Conn Claims National Title 60-54

The University of Connecticut Huskies used superb guard play and clutch three point shooting to hold off the Kentucky Wildcats 60-54  to claim their fourth NCAA Division I Men’s National Championship in basketball on Monday night.


Senior guard Shabazz Napier had 22 points, six rebounds and three assists, and his partner in defensive lock-down, Ryan Boatright, finished with 14 points.

(H/T: NCAA.com)

Kentucky Wildcats to Face Connecticut Huskies in National Championship Game



By virtue of their last second shot by Aaron Harrison, the Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday and will face Connecticut in the National Championship game tonight.

All Access Video of Wildcat Victory Over Wisconsin


(H/T:  UKAthletics.com)



Kentucky Wildcats Down Michigan: Nail Down Last Spot in Final Four

Aaron Harrison made a 3-pointer from NBA range with 2.3 seconds left Sunday to lift Kentucky to a 75-72 win over Michigan and a trip to the Final Four.  A final heave by Nik Stauskas at the end sailed wide of the basket, and Kentucky’s Wildcats jumped for joy and dogpiled on top of Harrison at midcourt.


The Wildcats will face the Wisconsin Badgers in the second game on Saturday evening in Dallas at 8:49 p.m. EST in front of a national audience on CBS television.

(H/T: UKAthletics.com)

NCAA Tournament Elite Eight: How They Got Here

Elite Eight          Conference

1.  Florida             Southeastern


UCLA (2-1)             Pacific Twelve

Pitt  (1-1)                Atlantic Coast

Albany (0-1)          America East


2.Arizona               Pacific Twelve


S.D. St. (2-1)           Mountain West

Gonzaga (1-1)       West Coast

Weber St. (0-1)      Big Sky


3.Dayton                Atlantic Ten


Stanford (2-1)        Pacific Twelve

Syracuse (1-1)       Atlantic Coast

Ohio St.  (0-1)        Big Ten


4.Wisconsin           Big Ten


Baylor (2-1)           Big Twelve

Oregon (1-1)        Pacific Twelve

American (0-1)     Patriot


5.Mich. St.              Big Ten


Virginia (2-1)         Atlantic Coast

Harvard (1-1)       Ivy League

Delaware (0-1)    Colonial Athletic


6.U Conn              American Athletic


Iowa St. (2-1)      Big Twelve

Villanova (1-1)    Big East

St. Joes     (0-1)    Atlantic Ten


7.Kentucky         Southeastern


Louisville (2-1)  American Athletic

Wichita St(1-1)  Missouri Valley

Kansas St(0-1)  Big Twelve


8.Michigan          Big Ten


Tennessee(3-1) Southeastern

Texas (1-1)         Big Twelve

Wofford (0-1)    Southern





Kentucky Wildcats Shock the Shockers 78-76

The Kentucky Wildcats became the second SEC team to make the 2014 Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA with a 78-76 victory over previously undefeated #1 seed Wichita State.

Andrew Harrison scored 20 points, twin brother Aaron had 19 and Kentucky ended Wichita State’s pursuit of perfection Sunday when Fred VanVleet’s potential game-winning 3-pointer missed in a 78-76 victory in the NCAA tournament.

(H/T:  Dave Skretta/AP via NCAA.com)

Wildcat Showdown: Kentucky Downs Kansas State 56-49

In a battle of WildcatsKentucky downed Kansas State 56-49 . Julius Randle had 19 points and 15 rebounds as Kentucky moved on to face Wichita State on Sunday in the NCAA Tournament for the right to move on to the Sweet Sixteen.

Video Uploaded to You Tube by Kentucky Wildcats TV

(H/T: SEC Digital Network)