April 1, 2015 12:07 AM
As the Wildcats go for 40-0, they could learn a thing or two from undefeated, unsung teams across college sports
It’s one of the rarest achievements in sports: an undefeated season capped by a national championship.
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April 1, 2015 12:12 AM
I have a feeling Bucky is gonna pull out a upset Saturday, Go Bucky !!!
I agree with Kathy Lahmeyer. She knows whereof she speaks.Just for the record, RODEO does not qualify as a "sport." Sport, by definition, involves equally-matched, willing participants. That ain't rodeo, which is little more than legalized animal abuse, an exercise in macho (and often sexist) domination.And be aware that EVERY major animal welfare organization in the U.S., Canada and Australia opposes rodeo due to its inherent cruelty, and for the negative message that such mistreatment of farm animals sends to impressionable young children (not to mention insensitive adults). Rodeo is banned in the U.K., Germany and The Netherlands. For most of the animals involved, rodeo is merely a detour en route to the slaughterhouse. Can that be said for any of the participants in any of the other sports alluded to here? Animal injuries and deaths are routine in the rodeo arena. It needs to stop.
April 1, 2015 12:11 AM
What makes you think they can read?
April 1, 2015 12:08 AM
I wonder what the reading level is of the "students' playing on the Kentucky team?