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Import 2009-2010 Kentucky basketball schedule into Microsoft Outlook

Download a .csv file to import the 2009-2010 Kentucky basketball schedule into Microsoft Outlook here.

 

Instructions:

After downloading the file, open Outlook and follow these directions for importing it into your calendar: 

 

  • Select the File / Import and Export… Menu option.
  • Select “Import from another program or file” and click Next.
  • Select “Comma Separated Values (Windows)” and click Next.
  • Find the desired CSV file and select “Do not import duplicate items” and click Next.
  • Select Calendar and click Next.
  • The next window will have a title that says ‘The following actions will be performed:’ above an option to ‘Import “(filename).csv” target=”_blank” into folder: Calendar.’
  • Check that box and and click on ‘Import “(filename).csv” target=”_blank” into folder: Calendar’
  • From there, click and drag needed fields from the left window into the right window. Its fairly self-explanatory, but the basic corresponding fields are below: SUBJECT to Subject START_DATE to Start Date START_TIME to Start Time END_TIME to End Time DESCRIPTION to Description LOCATION to Location

 

And if you’d like Outlook to place a reminder: REMINDER_ON_OFF to Reminder On/Off

 

  • Click OK
  • Then Click Finish

On This Day In UK Basketball History

On March 1, 1912, Kentucky defeats Georgetown College, 19-18, to complete the season with a perfect 9-0 record and earn its first title as Southern Champions.

 

On March 1, 1921, Kentucky upsets Tulane, Mercer, Mississippi A&M and Georgia to win the first Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association basketball championship. Bill King's free throw with no time left on the clock lifted the Wildcats to the SIAA Championship over Georgia.  Hundreds of Wildcats fans await “play-by-play” via telegraph, and greet the team’s train with a celebration and parade in downtown Lexington. It is believed to be the first college basketball tournament ever played.

 

On March 1, 1952, Cliff Hagan scored 42 points against Tennessee.

 

On March 1, 1969, Dan Issel scored 31 points at Vanderbilt.

 

On March 1, 1969, Mike Casey joined the 1,000-point club.  He did it in 51 games.

 

On March 1, 1979, the 1979 SEC Tournament quarterfinals featured Kentucky and Alabama.  In a scintillating display of fast-paced basketball, Kentucky hit 68.3 percent of its shots (43-of-63) and outlasted Coach C.M. Newton’s Crimson Tide and star Reggie King (38 points) behind stellar guard play from Truman Claytor (25 points, 11-of-14 field goals), Kyle Macy (22, 9-of-16) and Dwight Anderson (19, 7-of-11) before 16,300 in the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center.

 

On March 1, 1981, on Senior Day, No. 9 Kentucky defeated No. 2 LSU 73-71.  Kentucky denied LSU’s bid for an unbeaten SEC season when Sam Bowie blocked Howard Carter’s potential game-tying jumper just ahead of the final buzzer before 24,011 in Rupp Arena.

 

On March 1, 1987, Richard Madison's basket with eight seconds left enabled the Wildcats to upset the No. 12 Sooners.

 

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