Ramel Bradley

Kentucky Wildcats #0 - Guard

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Reliving Past Tournaments: Izzo’s Top Wins Part 4.2


We don’t have an NCAA tournament this season, so what is there left to do? Well, for starters we can argue over what were Tom Izzo’s greatest tourney wins each day of the tournament!

Postgame notes and updated season stats following UK’s win over Mississippi State


The Cats get a much-needed rebound win thanks to big nights from Nick and EJ.

Immanuel Quickley ties school free throw record


He is at an all-time pace.

Wenyen Gabriel becoming Derek Willis for these Wildcats


Derek Willis helped UK become a special team late last season, and Wenyen Gabriel is doing the same for this group.

4 more thoughts and postgame notes from impressive win over Alabama


Wenyen Gabriel was the star of the day as the Cats advance to the SEC title game.

Kentucky Recruits that Could Have Been...


As college basketball’s premiere program, Kentucky has had a wealth of success on the recruiting trail—and ultimately on the basketball court. That said, Kentucky has had some notorious recruiting...

Quickies: Brotherhood of UK Basketball Edition


Booker talks UK brotherhood. Ulis does Ulis things.Bluegrass Boys fall. Snapping the Florida streak? POKEMON! More.

5 Teams We Really Want To See Boeheim's Army Play


Boeheim's Army is third in the fan vote for a loaded tournament field.

Bluegrass Boys are in The Basketball Tournament


The team of former Kentucky Wildcats (and one Louisville Cardinal) has been accepted into the field

Bluegrass Boys announce Derek Anderson as HC


The Bluegrass Boys now have two former NCAA champions as Derek Anderson joins the squad.

Quickies: Willie Cauley-Stein Edition

News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Baseball hosts Indiana today. Willie Cauley-Stein named consensus All-American. More.

UK Basketball: Time to honor, time to rally


With what appears to be a season-ending knee injury to UK center Nerlens Noel, it is time for this Wildcat squad to rally 'round their fallen teammate, and honor him by playing as he did.