There were a few games of consequence last night, but the highlight of the evening was the North Carolina Tar Heels trundling over to Cameron Indoor Stadium to take on the Duke Blue Devils. Read about that, and much more, in today's linkapalooza:
Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari turns to boxing to toughen up his 18th-ranked Wildcats
When Dick Weiss writes, we here at A Sea of Blue try to link him. Great story about Calipari's newest motivational technique.
South Carolina routed by Florida :: bellinghamherald.com
South Carolina is collapsing after a promising start.
North Carolina has no excuse in this game. Take a look at the game flow, and note the nearly 4 minute droughts starting at the end of the first half through the first three minutes of the second, and about halfway through the second half.
Also, 14% from three? Really? The Tar Heels missed a golden opportunity to hand their bitter rivals a huge home loss.
More after the jump
- Bost-led Dogs outlast Hogs once again at the Hump :: The Clarion-Ledger
Rebels, Warren rally past Tigers :: The Clarion-Ledger
Ole Miss is still on a roll. Three straight, and the tide coming up on the road. That will really test their mettle.
Liggins on Scotty Hopson:
"I rattled him," Liggins said. "I was into him. I just tried to do something he was uncomfortable with, and he overreacted and got the offensive foul."
You have got to love this guy.
The Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels gave the NCAA a needed boost with their classic Wednesday - College Basketball News | FOX Sports on MSN
Good grief, Goodman. Your bias is showing.
- Cats make good on Super Bowl Sunday promises to Cal :: Lexington Herald-Leader
- Kentucky's Ramon Harris To Play In Venezuela
- Tom Leach :: Thursday Links
An early look at the SEC’s 2011 schedules :: Get The Picture
This is the SEC, and SEC means football. Senator Blutarsky looks at next year's SEC schedules. He reckons ours slightly better than this year's.
The state of Kentucky has only produced 12 McDonald’s All-American boys’ players through the first 34 years of the game, which leaves the Bluegrass well behind other states.