Bluegrass Sports Nation was once again in the Jungle Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens visited the Cincinnati Bengals. Mike Cyrus spent the afternoon covering the game for BSN. Although Cincinnati had a disappointing season, they did close things out with a season ending home win against division rivals, The Baltimore Ravens. BSN is honored to have had the opportunity to cover the Bengals this season.
The Cincinnati Bengals looked to slow down the NY Giants on a mild November night at MetLife Stadium. The Bengals fresh off their 27 – 27 tie in England with the Washington Redskins, looked to climb over the Steelers who have been struggling as well. The Giants on the other hand have won 3 in a row and have the misfortune of being in the same division with arguably the best team in the league in the Dallas Cowboys. The Giants start the game at 5-3 while the Bengals have struggled out to a 3-4-1 mark. Continue reading Cincinnati Bengals at NY Giants – 11-14-16 – Monday Night Football→
More than five percent of current NBA players played college basketball at Kentucky
LEXINGTON, Ky. – John Calipari has made the statement before that he would like to see every NBA team have at least one Wildcat on its roster and half of the NBA’s annual All-Star Game hailing from the University of Kentucky.
Bluegrass Sports Nation was honored by being able to shoot the game between the Bengals and Vikings. BSN’s very own Brendon Miller was on the sideline for the exhibition game. BSN hope to shoot the Bengals games all season.
Towns and Booker named to the All-Rookie First Team; Cauley-Stein makes Second Team
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The notion that the Kentucky men’s basketball program not only puts players in the NBA, it prepares them to succeed, was underscored Thursday by the latest honors from its most recent draft class. Former Wildcats Karl-Anthony Towns, Devin Booker and Willie Cauley-Stein were named to the NBA All-Rookie teams on Thursday by the league. Continue reading Wildcats Towns, Booker, Cauley-Stein Make NBA All-Rookie Teams→