Wednesday, September 2, 2015

2015-16 Thomas More College Schedule Highlighted by Games at Eastern Kentucky, Austin Peay

The 2015-16 Thomas More College men's basketball schedule has been released and includes road games at two NCAA Division I schools.

The Saints will travel to Austin Peay for an exhibition game on November 2.

On November 25, Thomas More will play a regular season game at Eastern Kentucky University.

TMC will also play at challenging road game at Centre College on November 28.

2015-16 Thomas More Men's Basketball Schedule

Date Opponent Notes Result Status
Nov. 02 at Austin Peay # 7:00 PM
Nov. 20 Rust Coach Jim Connor Classic 7:30 PM
Nov. 21 Birmingham Southern Coach Jim Connor Classic 4:00 PM
Nov. 25 at Eastern Kentucky 2:00 PM
Nov. 28 at Centre TBA
Dec. 02 Waynesburg * 7:30 PM
Dec. 05 at Westminster * 3:30 PM
Dec. 12 Grove City 4:00 PM
Dec. 16 at Mount St. Joseph Bridge Shootout 7:30 PM
Dec. 19 Franklin 3:00 PM
Dec. 30 Transylvania 2:00 PM
Jan. 02 at Thiel * 3:00 PM
Jan. 06 at Bethany * 8:00 PM
Jan. 09 Washington & Jefferson * 3:00 PM
Jan. 13 at Geneva * 7:30 PM
Jan. 16 at Saint Vincent * 4:30 PM
Jan. 20 at Chatham * 7:30 PM
Jan. 23 at Waynesburg * 3:30 PM
Jan. 27 at Grove City * 7:30 PM
Jan. 30 Westminster * 3:00 PM
Feb. 03 Bethany * 7:30 PM
Feb. 06 Thiel * 3:00 PM
Feb. 10 Geneva * 7:30 PM
Feb. 13 at Washington & Jefferson * 3:00 PM
Feb. 17 at Chatham * 7:30 PM
Feb. 20 Saint Vincent * 3:00 PM

# Exhibition
* Conference

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Warren East's Dylan Gaines Has Enrolled at Taylor County High School

I am told by a good source that Dylan Gaines, who led Warren East in scoring and rebounding last season, has moved to Taylor County and enrolled at Taylor County High School.

Gaines, 6-foot-4 small forward, averaged 16.3 points and 4.2 rebounds per game last season at Warren East as a sophomore.

Willie Cauley-Stein Working on Rim Runs, Tough Twos and Getting to the Nail

Former Kentucky big man Willie Cauley-Stein stopped by to visit Arkansas women's coach (and former ESPN analyst) Jimmy Dykes yesterday.

Cauley-Stein must have been getting some tips on rim runs, tough twos and the nail.

Former Morehead State Point Guard Brandon Shingles Will Continue Pro Career in Germany

Former Morehead State point guard Brandon Shingles will continue his professional career in Germany.

Shingles has signed with Uni Riesen Leipzig in Germany's Pro B league.

Previously, Shingles has played in Germany, England, Kosovo and Spain during his five-year professional career.

Here are more details from

Brandon Shingles (190-G-87, college: Morehead St.) will continue his career with German Pro B team Uni Riesen Leipzig. Shingles is a 190 cm guard born in 1987 that hails from Albany, Georgia and will be playing his fifth professional season and third in Germany after further stops in England, Kosovo and Spain. The American had been in Leipzig on a try-out basis and also played some test games and was able to convince the coaching staff and mangement with his stellar play. In the game against Cottbus he had 15 points, eight rebounds, one assista nd four steals and against pro A team Chemnitz he had 16 points.

Mike DeCourcy Praises John Calipari's Ability to Be The Salesman

Mike DeCourcy of says John Calipari is a master salesman. He says if Calipari didn’t coach basketball, he would likely be president of a major American corporation.

Check out the video to hear DeCourcy break down some of Coach Cal’s greatest attributes.

Click below to play video:

Campbellsville University Unveils 2015-16 Men's Basketball Roster

Campbellsville University has unveiled their men's basketball roster for the 2015-16 season.

The Tigers have reloaded the roster with several talented transfers and freshman.

Roderick Lawrence comes to Campbellsville from Ole Miss. Erik Kinney, who was originally at UC Bakersfield, has transferred from Northwestern Nazarene.

Campbellsville has also added Sekou Harris from South Dakota, Dii'jon Allen-Jordan from Francis Marion and Ronald Scott from Texas A&M Kingsville.

The freshman class includes Hagen Tyler (Boyle County), Dominique Harding (Elizabethtown) and Byron Dean (Nashville, TN).

2015-16 Men's Basketball Roster

# Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown
0 Roderick Lawrence SR F 6-5 180 Orlando, Fla.
1 Dii'jon Allen-Jordan SR F 6-5 190 Plainfield, N.J.
2 Erik Kinney SR F 6-5 220 Fairfield, Calif.
3 Ronald Scott SR G 6-0 170 Baltimore, M.D.
4 Byron Dean FR G 6-0 190 Nashville, Tenn.
5 Zach Perry JR G 6-1 170 Frankfort, Ky.
10 Sekou Harris SR G 5-11 165 Plainfield, N.J.
15 Micah Satterly SO G 6-0 160 Versailles, Ky.
21 Rob Robinson SR F 6-5 205 Chicago, Ill.
22 Elliott Young JR F 6-7 215 Mt. Washington, Ky.
23 Dominique Harding FR F 6-7 225 Elizabethtown, Ky.
24 Hagen Tyler FR G 6-3 185 Danville, Ky.
33 Quin Richardson JR G 5-11 175 Georgetown, Ky.
42 Shawn Johnson SO G 6-7 185 Maysville, Ky.

Keith Adkins - Head Coach - 16th season
Bryan Milburn - Assistant Coach - 15th season
Brent Vernon - Assistant Coach - 4th season
Justin Watson - Assistant Coach - 6th season
Darius Clement - Grad Assistant - 1st season
Art Smith - Student Assistant - 3rd season

Video: EKU Head Coach Dan McHale Throws Out First Pitch

New Eastern Kentucky University head coach Dan McHale recently threw out the first pitch at a Lexington Legends' game.

McHale didn't bring the heat but his offspeed stuff found the strike zone.

Check it out:

Western Kentucky's Phabian Glasco to Miss 6 Months After Rupturing Achilles Tendon

Western Kentucky's Phabian Glasco will miss up to six months of action after rupturing his Achilles tendon during workouts Monday morning.

Glasco, a 6-foot-7 forward from Connors State College, just transferred to Western Kentucky two weeks ago.

Newport Central Catholic's Ben Weyer Commits to Bellarmine University

Newport Central Catholic small forward Ben Weyer committed to Bellarmine University over the weekend.

Weyer also had offers from Lindenwood, Pikeville, Lee and West Liberty.

Chuck Hayes Signs One-Year Deal with Los Angeles Clippers

Former Kentucky forward Chuck Hayes has signed a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Clippers.

It appeared recently that Hayes would be signing with the Houston Rockets but that deal fell through.

Hayes has averaged 3.7 points and five rebounds per game during his 10-year NBA career.


According to Dan Woike of, the deal is not guaranteed:

The one-year minimum deal is not fully guaranteed, and Hayes will have to earn his spot on the Clippers’ roster in the preseason.

Northern Kentucky Announces Nonconference Schedule

Northern Kentucky University and new head coach John Brannen have released a challenging nonconference schedule for the 2015-16 season. 

The Norse schedule will be highlighted by road trips to West Virginia, Xavier and Michigan.

Here is a release from NKU:

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. –Northern Kentucky men's basketball head coach John Brannen announced the team's nonconference schedule on Monday. The schedule features four teams NKU played a season ago and three traditional national powers.

"I'm excited for the nonconference schedule that we've put together," commented Brannen. "We wanted to schedule a slate of games that would challenge our team and prepare us to enter our first season in the Horizon League."

In a return game from last season, Northern Kentucky will head to Morgantown, West Virginia, on Friday, Nov. 13, to square off against the Bob Huggins-led West Virginia Mountaineers to kick off the 2015-16 season. NKU and WVU met last season at BB&T Arena, with the Mountaineers pulling away in the second half en route to a 67-42 decision.

The Norse return home for consecutive games against Tiffin on Nov. 17 and in-state foe Morehead State on Nov. 21. NKU and MSU also squared off a season ago in a tilt where Tyler White poured in 24 points en route to an 83-60 Northern Kentucky victory in Morehead, Kentucky.

A short trip across the Ohio River then awaits NKU, as the Norse will take on Xavier on Monday, Nov. 23. The matchup against the Musketeers is the first since the 1978-79 campaign.

Complete Release

NKU's 2015-16 Nonconference Schedule:

Date Event Location  
11/7/2015 Ohio Northern (Exh.) Highland Heights, Ky. TBD
11/13/2015 West Virginia Morgantown, W.Va. TBD
11/17/2015 Tiffin Highland Heights, Ky. TBD
11/21/2015 Morehead State Highland Heights, Ky. TBD
11/23/2015 Xavier Cincinnati, Ohio TBD
11/30/2015 North Carolina A&T Greensboro, N.C. TBD
12/5/2015 Eastern Illinois Charleston, Ill. TBD
12/13/2015 Norfolk St. Highland Heights, Ky. TBD
12/15/2015 Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. TBD
12/19/2015 Southeast Missouri State Highland Heights, Ky. TBD
12/23/2015 IU-Kokomo Highland Heights, Ky. TBD
12/30/2015 Toledo Toledo, Ohio TBD

Monday, August 31, 2015

Brandon Hatton To Leave Vermont Basketball Program

Former Dixie Heights guard Brandon Hatton has decided to leave the Vermont basketball program.

Hatton averaged 3.9 points per game as a freshman for the Catamounts.

Here is a release from Vermont:

BURLINGTON, Vt. - The University of Vermont Athletic Department has announced that men's basketball sophomore Brandon Hatton will not return to the team for the 2015-16 season.

"I want to thank Brandon for his year here at UVM," head coach John Becker said. "He has decided to pursue other opportunities and we wish him the best."

Hatton played in 31 games during his freshman season for the Catamounts averaging 3.9 points per game. The Independence, Kentucky native shot 31.6 percent from 3-point range in a season that saw him score in double figures four times. He posted a career-high 12 points at Stony Brook to help the Cats erase a 17-point second half deficit to beat the Seawolves.

Sun Belt Conference Will Add Coastal Carolina Instead of EKU

The Sun Belt Conference will add Coastal Carolina instead of Eastern Kentucky University.

Here is more from

Coastal Carolina will join the Sun Belt Conference beginning in the 2016-17 academic year, sources told ESPN on Monday.

Coastal Carolina will join the Sun Belt in all sports but football in 2016-17. The Chanticleers will remain at the FCS level in football in 2016 before joining the Sun Belt as a football member for the 2017-18 academic year.

A news conference is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET Tuesday, an industry source said.

Sun Belt presidents voted Sunday to add Coastal Carolina over Eastern Kentucky, sources said.

Complete Article

University of Pikeville to Hold Basketball Coaching Clinic in September

The University of Pikeville and head coach Kelly Wells will hold a basketball coaching clinic on September 26 at the Eastern Kentucky Expo Center in Pikeville, Kentucky.



10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Our one day instructional clinic will allow the UPIKE Men’s Basketball staff along with several guests (Pro, College, and High School) to share offensive, defensive, and team building strategies/philosophies as well as their years of knowledge and experience. There will also be opportunities to view both a men and women’s team practice. Discounted staff pricing is available up until the day of the clinic.


8:00-10:00 UPIKE Men’s Basketball Open Practice

10:00-10:45 “UPIKE Strength & Conditioning”
Donald Thomas, University of Pikeville

10:45-11:30 “Implementing the Fast Break”
Tommy McKenzie, Johnson Central HS

11:30-12:15 “Our Defensive System”
Dwaine Osborne, University of Charleston

12:15-1:00 Lunch

1:00-1:45 “Quick Hitters”
Joanna McNamee, University of Pikeville

1:45-2:45 “Coaching Nuggets / Ball Screen Offense”
Kelly Wells, University of Pikeville

2:45-3:30 “The Six B’s of Team Building”
Kevin Keathley, Bowling Green Bandits

3:30-4:00 “Ball Screen Offense Breakdown Drills”
Tigh Compton, University of Pikeville

4:00-6:00 UPIKE Women’s Basketball Open Practice

Through Sept. 25th


Individual: $50
Staff Discount: Two Coaches: $75
Three or More: $100

Day of Clinic


All Coaches: $50

Proceeds from the UPIKE Basketball Coaches Clinic will be donated to the “Wells Tough” campaign as well as the Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA)

To pre register, email or call (606) 218- 5352

Former Wesley Christian Guard Shaq Athie Will Visit Drake Soon

Former Wesley Christian School guard Shaq Athie will visit Drake on September 19.

Athie, a 6-foot-4 point guard, currently attends South Georgia Technical (JUCO) College.

Three Former Union College Players Sign Professional Contracts for 2015-16

Three former Union College players have signed professional contracts for the 2015-16 season.

Deante Johnson has signed with Mapfree Ya~am ve Spor in Cyprus.

Daniel Fernandez Munkholm has inked with Randers Cimbria in Denmark's Basket Ligaen league.

Earlier this month, Fitzgerald White signed with Units pel Bàsquet Gandia of Liga EBA in Spain.

Here are the releases from UC:

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - Two more former Union College men's basketball players were given the opportunity to further their careers as Deante Johnson and Daniel Fernandez Munkholm signed to play professionally overseas.

Johnson signed to play for Mapfree Ya~am ve Spor, a team in Cyprus, while Munkholm will be playing for the Randers Cimbria in the Basket Ligaen in Denmark.

"Being healthy and able to compete at any level is a blessing," Johnson said of getting to continue his basketball career. "Being able to say I graduated college, played on a great historical record-breaking team and now get the chance to play pro basketball is a dream in itself."

"I always dreamed with playing basketball professionally," said Munkholm. "My father played professionally in Spain, so I always had something in me telling me to pursue the same."

The duo helped Bulldogs post the best season in program history in 2014-15 as they rolled to a 30-5 overall record and the Appalachian Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament championships. Union also recorded its first-ever victory in the NAIA Division II National Championship Tournament and ended the campaign ranked No. 15 in the nation.

A 6-foot-8 forward, Johnson was a three-year member of the Bulldogs, finishing with 1,216 career points to rank him 23rd in program history. Twice named to the All-AAC First Team, he earned NAIA All-American Third Team honors in 2014-15.

Johnson led Union in scoring last season at 14.6 points per game and led the NAIA in field-goal shooting, hitting 71.3 percent of his shots.

"I am excited that Deante is getting to live out his dream of playing professional basketball," said Union coach Kevin Burton. "He has certainly earned this opportunity with his high caliber play over the past few seasons. Deante has matured into a fine person that everyone has enjoyed knowing. He will be a successful pro and a success in life after basketball."

"Playing at union helped my dreams become future goals and my future goals become a present reality," Johnson said. "Being able to play with other talented players under the guidance of a great coach brought the best out of me, and I'm grateful for that."

Complete Release

BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - Former Union College men's basketball standout Fitzgerald White has signed a professional contract, inking a deal to play for Units pel Bàsquet Gandia of Liga EBA in Gandia, Spain.

"I'm really happy for Fitz," said Bulldog head coach Kevin Burton. "He is now getting an opportunity to pursue his lifelong dream. Fitz was instrumental in our success the past two seasons with his versatile play and will be a successful pro player."

White, a native of Miami, Florida, was a key component in Union's recent renaissance in men's basketball, helping the Bulldogs capture back-to-back Appalachian Athletic Conference Regular Season and Tournament Championships in 2014 and 2015, along with consecutive trips to the NAIA Division II Men's Basketball Championship.

In two seasons, White averaged 11.7 points a game and 5.1 rebounds per contest, while dishing out 3.5 assists per game, as well. For his efforts, White nabbed a spot on the All-AAC Team in both of his seasons in Barbourville, earning Third-Team honors after the 2013-14 season, and First Team accolades this past season.

Complete Release

Photo: UC Athletics

Marques Bolden Trims Final List to 7, Will Visit Kentucky on Wednesday

Marques Bolden, one of the top centers in the Class of 2016, has trimmed his final list to seven schools and scheduled a visit to Kentucky on Wednesday.

Bolden's current list of seven is Kentucky, Kansas, Duke, Oklahoma, TCU, Alabama and Wake Forest.

Here's an excerpt from the article:

Bolden said he will take his first official visit to Kentucky. The visit begins on Wednesday, September 2nd. He hasn't scheduled any other visits.

Bolden, a standout at DeSoto (Tex.) High, is regarded as the No. 1 center and the No. 12 overall player in the 2016 recruiting class.

Complete article

Braydon Hobbs Leads Mackay Meteors to 2015 QBL Championship

Former Bellarmine University star Braydon Hobbs led Mackay Meteors to the 2015 QBL championship over the weekend.

Hobbs, who was named Grand Finals Series MVP, scored a game-high 22 points in the decisive 88-86 win over Brisbane Capitals.

Here are more details from

Congratulations to the Mackay Basketball Meteors - 2015 QBL Men's Champions after taking out a thrilling Game 3 decider 88-86 win over Brisbane Capitals! Mackay took out Game 1 with an 82-76 victory on Friday night (Adekponya 21), with Brisbane levelling the series on Saturday night with an 85-73 win (Carter, 19). Braydon Hobbs (196-G-89, college: Bellarmine, agency: You First) took out the Grand Finals Series MVP award, with a game-high 22 points helping Mackay get over the line in the third and final match. Chris Cedar (188-G-88, agency: BrevAlto) notched 16 points for the winners. Ryan Jeffries (192-G/F-86) answered with 16 points and 7 rebounds for Brisbane.

Photo credit:

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Tyler Sharpe, Jordan Perry to Visit Cincinnati Christian

I'm told by a source that Bullitt East's Tyler Sharpe and Morgan County's Jordan Perry will visit Cincinnati Christian on Tuesday. 

Perry, a 5-foot-10 guard, was one of the state's leading scorers last season at 25.4 points per game.

Sharpe, a 6-foot-1 lefty, averaged 16.9 points per game for Bullitt East. He also drained a team-high 68 three-pointers.

European Shooting Guard Kristaps Gluditis Will Not Join Western Kentucky This Season

European shooting guard Kristaps Gluditis will not be joining the Western Kentucky men's basketball team this semester.

Gluditis is NCAA-qualified, but did not meet the required score on a test that judges international students' readiness to succeed at an American college.

Here are details from

The 6-foot-4, 180-pound guard is NCAA-qualified, according to WKU, but did not get the required score on a test that judges international students' readiness to succeed at an American university.

Because Gluditis met NCAA standards, he is eligible to attend another Division I institution or junior college immediately. He could also retake the test and seek admission to WKU next semester.

Complete Article

Rice, Page and Johnson No Longer With Campbellsville University

I am told by a good source that Miles Rice, DeMarcus Page and Kody Johnson are no longer with the Campbellsville University men's basketball program. 

Rice played in 32 games last season as a sophomore. He averaged 6.7 points and 2.2 rebounds per game.

Page put in 1.5 points and 1.6 boards in 23 games in 2014-15.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Sun Belt Conference Focusing on Eastern Kentucky, Coastal Carolina for Expansion

According to a report by Dan Wolken of USA Today, the Sun Belt Conference is targeting Eastern Kentucky University and Coastal Carolina as a possible addition to the league.

Here is an excerpt:

The Sun Belt Conference has enough internal support to add a 12th member and has focused its search on current Football Championship Subdivision members Coastal Carolina and Eastern Kentucky, a person with knowledge of the conversations told USA TODAY Sports. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the matter is supposed to be private.

A decision on which school to add and formal vote should come within the next few weeks, if not days. The Sun Belt's current plan is to add one of the two, but not both.

"They have enough votes," the person said. "They have already visited the campuses."

Complete Article

Ethan Faulkner Named Assistant Coach at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

Former Northern Kentucky assistant coach Ethan Faulkner has been added to the coaching staff at Mount Vernon Nazarene University, an NAIA Division II program in Mount Vernon, Ohio.

Faulkner was previously on Dave Bezold's staff at NKU following a successful playing career for the Norse.

Mount Vernon Nazarene competes in the Crossroads League with Bethel, Goshen, Grace, Huntington, Indiana Wesleyan, Marian, Saint Francis, Spring Arbor and Taylor.

Quincy Hankins-Cole to Play for United States in William Jones Cup

Former University of Pikeville forward Quincy Hankins-Cole is on the United States' roster for the upcoming Williams Jones Cup in Taipei, Taiwan.

Here's a look at the roster from

Taipei, Taiwan -- Team USA JC has announced today its 2015 U.S. Jones Cup Men's Basketball Team roster. The team will compete in the 36th annual Williams Jones Cup in Taipei, Taiwan, August 29 to September 6. The U.S. roster features 13 players and 4 coaches.

The team will be headlined by 2014 All-WJC 1st Team member Cory Bradford (191-G-78, college: Illinois, agency: Edge Sports). Bradford was in the top five in scoring with an average of 16.0ppg. Along with Bradford former Korean All-Stars Marquin Chandler (202-F-82, college: San Jose St., agency: Haylett Sports) and Calvin Warner (201-F-80, college: Jacksonville, agency: Pascal Beyrouti & Assoc.). Team USA will be by former NBA player and coach Paul Mokeski , agency: Kauffman Association. He last coached in the NBA DL.

Cory Bradford -G
Jermaine Barnes - G
Marquin Chandler - F
Calvin Warner - F
Jameel Watkins -C
Keith Closs -C
Quincy Hankins-Cole -F
Derek Hall -F/C
Anthony McDonald -G
Brian Waters - G
Tanner McGrew -F
Wesley Shu -G
Naheer Mirza -G

Head Coach: Paul Mokeski
AC: Kevin Franklin
AC: Joseph Jeff


Thursday, August 27, 2015

Former NKU Assistant Kurt Young is New Head Coach at Hopewell (Va.) High School

Former Northern Kentucky University assistant Kurt Young is the new head coach at Hopewell (Va.) High School.

Young was the head assistant coach on Dave Bezold's staff at NKU from 2009-2014.

He has previously worked at Arkansas Tech, Hawaii Pacific, Georgetown College, Labette Community College, Thomas University, Northwestern State University and Tallahassee Community College.

Here's more from

HOPEWELL ­— “Relentless.” It’s a word that new Hopewell basketball coach Kurt Young said his players will become very familiar with.

He used it to describe the style of play that fans can expect next season, and he also used the word to describe his expectations for the players in the classroom as well. “We are going to be relentless. It is a word our young men will hear a lot. And we really preach that, in the classroom and on the court,” Young said.

Hopewell Athletic Director Marshall Parker made the announcement Tuesday that Young, a longtime college basketball coach, will become the head basketball coach of the Blue Devils.

This will be Young’s first time coaching at the high school level. It will also be his first time teaching high school students as well and will be teaching world history, although he has taught at the collegiate level.

“I am very excited. When I first decided I wanted to be a coach, high school coaching is what I thought I’d get into, and so it’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” Young said.

He said both of his parents were coaches on girls high school teams, and he wanted to get involved with kids at a younger age.

Young has coached at the college level for more than 20 years. He was most recently the head assistant coach at Northern Kentucky University from 2009-2014 before joining a recruiting company and starting his own company, KY Elite, to develop basketball players and teams.

He has also worked at Arkansas Tech University, Hawaii Pacific University, Georgetown College, Labette Community College, Thomas University, Northwestern State University, and Tallahassee Community College.

Young has a bachelor’s degree from Morehead State University and a master’s degree from Northern Kentucky University.

Complete Article

UK's Poythress, Ulis on Cover of Athlon Sports College Basketball Preview Magazine

Kentucky's Alex Poythress and Tyler Ulis are on the cover of the Athlon Sports College Basketball Preview magazine.

The magazine will hit shelves September 8.

Here's a look:

Louisville Announces Two Red-White Intrasquad Scrimmages in October

The Louisville Cardinals will have two Red-White intrasquad scrimmaged in the KFC Yum! Center in October.

The two scrimmages will be held October 3 and 17 and ticket prices will be $10 each.

Here are more details from UL:

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The University of Louisville men's basketball team will compete in a pair of public Red-White intrasquad scrimmages in the KFC Yum! Center in October on Oct. 3 and 17. Game times will be set when the Cardinals’ football games on those days are determined so as not to conflict with each other.

Tickets, priced at $10 each, will go on sale beginning at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at the UofL Ticket Office, located near Gate 2 of Papa John's Cardinal Stadium at 2800 South Floyd Street. The ticket office is open weekdays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Tickets will also be on sale at each of the Cardinals' three home football games in September.

Cardinal fans may purchase tickets by visiting Ticketmaster online at, calling 1-800-745-3000 or by visiting any Ticketmaster Ticket Center, including statewide Kroger locations. Convenience fees are applied with Ticketmaster orders.

A limited number of tickets are available for UofL students to each scrimmage at no charge. Student tickets -- no more than two for each scrimmage -- must be obtained with a valid student ID in advance beginning Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the UofL ticket office.

Complete Release

Inside Summer Workouts: Northern Kentucky and New Head Coach John Brannen

Check out this behind-the-scenes look at Northern Kentucky's summer workouts under the direction of new head coach John Brannen:

Chuck Hayes Not Signing with Houston Rockets After All; Coaching in Future?

Former Kentucky forward Chuck Hayes will not be signing with the Houston Rockets, after all.

According to his agent, Hayes wants to play this season but is also planning for a career in coaching/front office.

Kentucky State University Releases Men's Basketball Schedule for 2015-16

The Kentucky State University men's basketball schedule for 2015-16 is complete and includes a road game at the University of Kentucky.

Here's a look at the schedule:

Date Day Opponent Location Time Result
11/6/2015 Fri. University of Kentucky Lexington, KY TBA TBA

Windy City Hardwood Classic
11/14/2015 Sat. Wilberforce University (Ohio) Chicago, IL TBA TBA

11/18/2015 Wed. Asbury University Frankfort, KY 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
11/21/2015 Sat. IUPUI Indianapolis, IN TBA TBA
11/24/2015 Tue. University of Southern Indiana Evansville, IN TBA TBA
12/3/2015 Thu. Paine College Frankfort, KY 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
12/5/2015 Sat. Claflin University Frankfort, KY 3:00 PM 3:00 PM
12/7/2015 Mon. Benedict College Frankfort, KY 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
1/2/2016 Sat. Fort Valley State University Fort Valley, GA 3:00 PM 3:00 PM
1/4/2016 Mon. Albany State University Albany, GA 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
1/7/2016 Thu. Morehouse College Frankfort, KY 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
1/9/2016 Sat. Clark Atlanta University Frankfort, KY 3:00 PM 3:00 PM
1/14/2016 Thu. Stillman College Tuscaloosa, AL 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
1/16/2016 Sat. Miles College Fairfield, AL 3:00 PM 3:00 PM
1/18/2016 Mon. Tuskegee University Tuskegee, AL 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
1/23/2016 Sat. Central State University Frankfort, KY 8:00 PM 8:00 PM
1/25/2016 Mon. St. Catharine College Frankfort, KY 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
1/30/2016 Sat. Lane College Jackson, TN 3:00 PM 3:00 PM
2/4/2016 Thu. LeMoyne-Owen College Frankfort, KY 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
2/6/2016 Sat. Spring Hill College (Ala.) Frankfort, KY 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
2/9/2016 Tue. Trevecca Nazarene University (Tenn.) Frankfort, KY 8:00 PM 8:00 PM
2/13/2016 Sat. Central State University Wilberforce, OH 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
2/15/2016 Mon. Lane College Frankfort, KY 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
2/18/2016 Thu. LeMoyne-Owen College Memphis, TN 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
2/20/2016 Sat. Spring Hill College (Ala.) Mobile, AL 3:00 PM 3:00 PM
2/23/2016 Tue. Trevecca Nazarene University (Tenn.) Frankfort, KY TBA TBA

SIAC Basketball Championship Tournament

2/29-3/5/2016 Mon.-Sat. TBA Birmingham, AL TBA TBA

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