March 31st, 2010
We shift to Football mode with the start of Spring Practice. We’ll visit with Jeff Drummond of Kentucky Ink to talk about te first day and what to expect during the month long process. The first seven practices will be open to the public including today beginning at 9am.
The Kentucky Wildcat women’s team came up short in their effort to reach the final four. The Cats lost Oklahoma last night 88-68.
The show begins at 6pm with your calls and comments tonight on Larry Glover Live.
March 30th, 2010
The Kentucky Wildcats Women’s team will try for their first final four tonight in the regional finals against Oklahoma. Also, Wildcat Victoria Dunlap was named 3rd team All-American so congratulations to her.
Joker Phillips held a news conference today to kick off his first Spring Football practices. We’ll discuss that as well coming up tonight.
Chris Fisher from Kentucky Ink will give us an update from practice at the McDonalds All-Star Game.
The show begins at 6pm on Larry Glover Live.
Hour 2 (Chris Fisher)
March 29th, 2010
Coming up tonight, we’ll look back on Kentucky’s loss to West Virginia and sort through the debris. Also, congrats to Mathew Mitchell’s Cats. They toppled top seed Nebraska on Sunday night to advance to the regional finals to play Oklahoma.
Also, congratulations are in order for John Wall and Demarcus Cousins. They were both selected as AP first team All-Americans on Monday.
We’ll talk about it all beginning at 6pm on Larry Glover Live.
Hour 2 (Matthew Mitchell)
March 28th, 2010
The Cats were bounced from the NCAA tournament on Saturday night, losing to West Virginia 73-66. An avalanche of 3′s by the shooting challenged Mountaineers proved to be too much to overcome.
We’ll talk about the loss and look to the future for the players and the program this morning on Sunday SportsCentral. The show begins with your calls and comments beginning at 9am.
March 26th, 2010
The Cats advanced to the Elite Eight with a 17 point win over Cornell last night in Syracuse. Kentucky overcame a slow start with a 30-6 run to put the game away in the first half.
UK will get West Virginia on Saturday. The winner gets to the final four next weekend in Indianapolis. Herald Leader columnist John Clay will join us in the second hour to discuss Kentucky’s big weekend in New York. Larry Glover Live begins at 6pm.
March 25th, 2010
It’s game day for the Kentucky Wildcats. The Big Blue will tangle with Cornell in the Sweet Sixteen in the East Regional up in Syracuse. The Cats are a 9 point favorite. The tip is set for 9:57pm.
We’ll discuss the match-up coming up tonight at 6pm on the Thursday night edition of Larry Glover Live.
UK Postgame Notes vs. Cornell
March 24th, 2010
We are one day away from the titanic struggle between media darling Cornell and the Kentucky Wildcats. We will discuss the match up on tonight’s show.
Plus, we will highlight more dumb articles by revered journalists. Also, any writer that is making this a game between smart kids and dumb kids ought to be ashamed of themselves. Sadly, Kentucky’s kids had to address the storyline this afternoon in Syacuse.
The fun begins tonight at 6pm on Larry Glover Live.
March 23rd, 2010
We’ll continue to talk UK basketball on tonight’s show. Jeff Drummond from Kentucky Ink will stop by for the first hour to dicuss the Cats and recruiting.
Plus, we’ll break down more dumb articles written about UK. We’ll kickoff the show with your calls and comments beginning at 6pm on Larry Glover Live.
Hour 1 (Jeff Drummond)
UK vs. Cornell Game Notes
March 22nd, 2010
The Kentucky Wildcats begin preparations for Cornell, whom they’ll meet on Thursday night at 9:57pm in Syracuse. The Big Red is becoming a trendy pick so don’t be surprised to see that the national media jump on their bandwagon.
We’ll hear about how good they are and how Kentucky better not overlook them, all of which is true. However, the national media better not fall asleep on Kentucky either, the most impressive team of the first weekend of the NCAA.
Congrats to John Wall for being named the USBWA National Freshman of the Year. Over the Weekend, Wall and head coach John Calipari were selected as the Adolph Rupp National Player and Coach of the Year by the Commonwealth Athletic Club of Kentucky.
We’ll talk awards and sweet sixteen match ups tonight on Larry Glover Live. The fun begins with your calls and comments at 6pm eastern time.
Seth Davis say’s that Kentucky is playing the best
Wall Named National Freshman of the Year
March 21st, 2010
Kentucky cruised into the sweet sixteen with a dominate performance last night against Wake Forest. The Cats handed the Deacons a 30 point loss in New Orleans. The Wildcats now await the winner of Wisconsin and Cornell.
Is Kentucky the favorite now? Well, they should have been co-favorite to begin with but, the national media is now pinning label on the Big Blue.
We’ll discuss the performances and the media coverage of the Cats coming up this morning on Sunday SportsCentral on 590, WVLK.