Tag Archives: Billy Donovan
Now that the ax has finally fallen on Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeaux, it seems almost a foregone conclusion that Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg will end up as the next coach in the Windy City. If so, Hoiberg … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Tuesday: Willie Trill Cauley-Stein’s name change is official, reports Hannah Scheller of the Herald-Leader. Kentucky reaches out to possible 2015 basketball recruit, reports Ben Roberts of NextCats. LaGerald Vick drawing interest from UK and others, reports … Continue reading
Anthony Grant is returning to Florida. Fired as head coach at Alabama after six seasons as the Crimson Tide’s head coach, Grant, 48, is returning to Gainesville, where he was Billy Donovan’s assistant from 1996 through 2006. “I’m extremely appreciative … Continue reading
NASHVILLE — After his team’s 64-49 loss to Kentucky in the first round of the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament — Florida’s third loss to UK this season — Gators coach Billy Donovan said he thought the difference in the game … Continue reading
Besides my column on Kentucky’s undefeated regular season, here are three more things from the Cats’ 67-50 win over visiting Florida.
After his team lost 67-50 to Kentucky at Rupp Arena, Florida coach Billy Donovan said that UK’s undefeated regular season might not happen again for a long time and that people should reflect and appreciate the accomplishment. Here are Donovan … Continue reading
Florida is optimistic that it will have Michael Frazier back Saturday when the Gators play No. 1 Kentucky at Rupp Arena. The 6-foot-4 guard has missed Florida’s last seven games after suffering a high ankle sprain in Florida’s 68-61 loss … Continue reading
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Videos of Aaron Harrison, Karl-Anthony Towns, John Calipari and Billy Donovan after Kentucky’s 68-61 win over Florida in the O’Connell Center on Saturday night.
SEC links for Wednesday: Virginia beat Vanderbilt 7-2 last night in the College World Series to force a deciding game tonight in Omaha. David Climer of the Tennessean writes that as usual the Commodores are living on the edge. Florida … Continue reading