2015's Karl Towns will chose his college this morning. - David Becker
News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. 2015 Karl Towns makes his college choice today. Joker Phillips the new wide receivers coach at Florida. Kentucky plays Samford tonight in Rupp Arena. More.
Karl Towns makes his college choice today at 10:00 AM Eastern. Towns is considered the best player in the 2015 recruiting class, and there have been rumors that he may reclassify into 2014.
Tweet of the Morning:
Mark Stoops will be interviewing Neal Brown for the Offensive Coordinator position and Chad Scott for the RB Coach position— KentuckySportsNews(@KySportsNews) December 4, 2012
Sounds like a plan.
Florida State defensive end coach D.J. Eliot takes Kentucky coordinator job // Tomahawk Nation
I think this was a great hire by Stoops. Time will tell.
Phillips to Florida: UK fans should support ex-coach // The Kentucky Kernel
I think the vast majority of UK fans are very pleased that Phillips rebounded so quickly.
Video: Mark Stoops surprises students at ticket lottery // John Clay's Sidelines
Getting off on the right foot is always a good thing.
Scout.com // Warford selected to All-SEC team
I never really doubted this would happen. Warford will be playing on Sundays.
Charlie Strong was the hot topic last night on twitter. Instead of basking in the glow of his team's Sugar Bowl invitation, the Louisville coach fumbled his way through a clumsy press conference in which Strong knocked his fans, complemented his arch-rival and basically refused to say he would be the Cardinals' head coach in 2013.Heh.
Top 2015 prospect Karl Towns to announce choice today // The Courier-Journal
Hopefully, the next Wildcats star.
Kentucky basketball players feel the heat as Big Blue Nation natives get restless // The Courier-Journal
Let's see if a taste of losing doesn't help set these young men on the path to success.
Coach Cal turning to tough love to hold Cats accountable // CoachCal.com
Sometimes, this stuff is painful to read. I get Calipari's points, and I think he's mostly right. But sometimes, it's just hard to read this and not say, "How could you let this happen?" I know that's not fair -- every coach has a team that doesn't quite go as planned -- but you get to the point where you wonder how many alarm bells have to go off?
Video: Archie Goodwin talks tougher practices // John Clay's Sidelines
Interesting comments from Goodwin. He seems quite decisive, but I wonder if he has bought into the idea of being his "brother's keeper?"
Ex-Vols coach Fulmer entering Hall of Fame // NBC Sports
I'd say his opportunities to return to the big stage of college football are dwindling now.
If it’s December, it’s time to blame the BCS. // Get The Picture
Because hating the BCS is it's own reward.
College football bowl games to watch, TV schedule, spreads and picks // SBNation.com
The Sugar Bowl doesn't draw rave reviews in terms of watchability. The Holiday Bowl is the surprise to me out of this group.
Alabama, the phantom juggernaut: How the SEC has left the Crimson Tide overrated // SBNation.com
I think Andy has a solid point here. Alabama has played a relatively weak schedule, and they are not nearly as immortal-looking as in some previous years.
Other sports news
Kentucky Sports Radio // Terrence Jones rejoins the Rockets
Didn't figure that would last long.