Kentucky vs. Gonzaga game day news and prediction of the result

It’s finally here.

The no. 4 Kentucky Wildcats will play arguably their toughest game of the 2022-23 regular season tonight, which takes place at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN against the No. 2 Gonzaga Bulldogs.

Currently, DraftKings Sportsbook has Gonzaga favored by three points.

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Also, a huge thank you to the rifle team that defeated Ole Miss #1 this weekend. But is anyone other than Kentucky “really” number 1?

Tweet of the day

Kentucky beat the No. 1 team in the country this weekend. All is well.

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Rifle beats Ole Miss No1, ties airgun school record – UK Athletics
Kentucky started the day with a small caliber 2349, but it was the air rifle that gave Britain the win. The Wildcats earned a 2392 in the air rifle, which is the highest air rifle team score in program history. All five in the countable British airgun lineup achieved a score of 592 or higher, with the top four UK scores each exceeding 597.

Cats fight but fall prey to the high-ranking bulldogs
Will Levis hit 20 of 31 through the air for 206 yards and a touchdown while Barion Brown caught 10 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown.

Big Blue Preview: Kentucky vs. Gonzaga
This will be Kentucky’s 61st appearance in a Top 5 matchup in program history. The Cats are a combined 38-22 in these sessions.

Sixers’ Tyrese Maxey misses 3-4 weeks with broken foot
Maxey’s 24 points in the first half of Friday’s game was the second most of one half of his career, according to ESPN’s Stats & Information research. He was on his way to a resounding third NBA season in which he averaged career-best points, rebounds, assists, and steals.

Kentucky’s special teams made another costly mistake against Georgia
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: A mistake by Kentucky’s special teams cost them a chance to win the football game.

Virginia football players honored in memorial service
Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. and D’Sean Perry were honored at a memorial service Saturday with their families, teammates and university leaders.

No. 4 TCU still unbeaten after game FG at Baylor
Fourth-seeded TCU survived an angry bid from Baylor thanks to a 40-yard field goal in the last play that gave the Horned Frogs a 29-28 win.

Grizzlies’ Ja Morant with a grade 1 ankle sprain week after week
Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant suffered a grade 1 left ankle sprain and has been on the field week in and week out, the team said.

Laboratory-grown blood given to humans in world’s first clinical study
In a study involving 10 healthy people, they receive lab-grown blood from the stem cells in the donors’ blood samples.

First openly transgender NFL cheerleader Justine Lindsay a ‘face of the possible’
Justine Lindsay Breaks Barriers as the NFL’s First Openly Transgender Cheerleader In support of Transgender Awareness Week, she speaks about joining the Carolina Panthers TopCats and being a role model for others.

Heinz spent 185,000 hours redesigning his ketchup bottle cap to be 100% recyclable
The move means potentially a billion plastic caps – enough to fill 35 Olympic-size swimming pools – can be recycled rather than thrown away.

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