Check out these cool pictures we received from some Kentucky Crazies!
If you have a pooch or a cat or another pet that bears a UK name or just loves the Cats, send it to us on twitter @KentuckyCrazies or email us at KentuckyCrazies@gmail.com
Here is a video that was shared with the team this summer. Now it’s your turn to get pumped up!
Great work as always by @KYwildcatsTV
Louisville made the Top 10!!! As in the Top 10 in the “Biggest Sleazebag” category according to GQ Magazine.
Here is the complete Top 10 List of the Biggest SleazeBags in Sports:
10. Bobby Petrino
9. Lance Armstrong
8. Dana White
7. War Machine
6. Tiki Barber
5. Chad Curtis
4. Isiah Thomas
3. Sepp Blatter
2. Aaron Hernandez
1. Donald Sterling
At the ripe young age of 21 Anthony Davis is a College Basketball National Champion and an Olympic Gold Medalist. He has reached the top of the mountain twice already and he’s just getting started. The fact that he was both “Player of the Year” and “Freshmen of the Year” already sets him ahead of the pack when it comes to gaudy accolades and a trophy case that needs its own wing or perhaps it’s own museum. A freshmen that received Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Freshmen of the Year, Final Four MOP, National Title Winner and a Gold Medal? That’s Anthony Davis, and only Anthony Davis. If he remains healthy, he could be an eventual NBA MVP, NBA champion, and perhaps could chase the great Kareem in total All-Star game appearances. There is a lot that he could accomplish if things go the way they have gone to this point for Davis, but, let’s wait for that to unfold. For now, let’s look at what he’s done to date. Remember, he’s just getting started…
- Davis was named a first team Associated Press All-American, making him a unanimous first team All-American selection.
- During the 2012 NCAA Tournament, Davis was selected to the NCAA South Regional All-Tournament Team.
- Then, in the 2012 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament final four, he posted 18 points, 14 rebounds and 5 blocks against Louisville.
- In the championship game, he had 16 rebounds, 6 blocks, 5 assists, 3 steals and 6 points against Kansas.
- He won the NCAA Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player and was selected to that All-Tournament team.
- He was the fourth freshman to win the Most Outstanding Player award.
- Davis was named the USBWA National Freshman of the Year.
- He was selected by the USBWA as the Player of the Year for its 10-man 2011–12 Men’s All-District IV (Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida) Team.
- Davis was a first team selection to the NABC Division I All‐District 21 team on March 14.
- On April 1, he was also awarded the Pete Newell Big Man Award and the NABC Defensive Player of the Year.
- On March 31, he tied DeMarcus Cousins with 20 double doubles for the Kentucky freshman-season record. He also surpassed Cousins’ Kentucky freshman rebounds record of 374 with 415 rebounds.
- With six blocks in the championship game, he achieved a total of 186 for the season, surpassing Hassan Whiteside‘s 2010 total of 182, to set an NCAA Division I freshman record.
- This also tied the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship Game record for blocks established by Joakim Noah in the 2006 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament.
- Starting in the championship game gave him a total of 40 starts for the season, which tied Kentucky’s single-season record along with teammate Marquis Teague.
- Gold Medal in 2012 as part of the Olympic team in the Olympic games in London.
And he’s just getting started…
Mike Hicks and Aaron Newton fresh off the Bahamas Trip discuss quarterbacks, freshmen and wins and losses on the football schedule.
Things are taking shape nicely with the overall plan for the New Commonwealth Stadium and 2015 reseating. Check out the virtual tour and cool graphics here.
Jeanine (on the left) sent us a classic Kentucky Crazy picture and a brief story behind the picture. She lives in Holland, Michigan but is from Kentucky.
Here is what she sent us:
“Got Invisalign in February and developed an allergy. When given sheet with retainer style options. University of Michigan and Michigan State were choices of styles. When I asked about Kentucky one, it was available. My finished one looks cooler than ones I had seen before. Go Cats!”
Click here to get your official “Crazy Never Looked This Good!” tshirt or on the image below.
Football season is here! Cameras love these on gameday!
Many of you may not know that Trey Lyles dad, T. Lyles, or Thomas Lyles, has a singing background. And he’s actually pretty good.
He just released a new song entitled, “BBN”, and it’s now available for purchase to the Big Blue Planet. Check it out on CDBaby by clicking here.
Reserve your #BBN Shirt Here.
Tom Leach is so good!