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Morning news links of interest to Kentucky Wildcats fans. The Blue/White basketball game tickets go on sale soon, plus more from around the Internet.
This morning, Quickies wants to perform a public service announcement, and remind you that the Ryder Cup golf matches start tomorrow.
Nebraska is targeting Jurich for their AD job. Cant imagin he'd leave that sweet heart arena deal he has.#scumbag— Greg NJ (@GregNJ) September 27, 2012
I'm sorry, I'm just a sucker for the #scumbag hashtag when it gets applied to Louisville.
Now, for your Quickies:
"Cal is just, well, Cal," Kyles was quoted as saying. "He’s just got swag. I mean, he had a driver. There wasn’t any presentation — it was just Cal talking off the cuff and chilling out with us."
"Swag" is the new "gravitas."
Honestly, if Smith starts, I think UK can put up points on the Gamecocks. I don't think we can stop them, but I do think we can score on them.
I snark because I can. In fact, Duke (according to Duke)
is the first college basketball program to step into the playbook future(Michigan in fact beat it to the punch), and that's pretty cool. I suspect others to not be that far behind. (Kentucky and Calipari, you dropped the ball on this one.)
Links from around the SEC
"He's a big, tall, strong kid who stays in the pocket," DuBose said. "He doesn't like to give up the pocket and run around. He's got a very strong arm. ... He throws an exceptional ball, a very catchable ball."
Jalen Whitlow's high school coach describing his former player.
Don't be too concerned about these reports of bad practices -- practices are where you are supposed to mess up in order to fix things. Whitlow is a genuine talent, and he may be even better than we supposed when we recruited him.
All I can say about this is, "Doh." :-)
Let's hope not, at least not before next Saturday. They're tough enough already.
Get 'em while they're hot... well, you'll have to wait a few days, but you know what I mean.
I think this is a very good, constructive article that rejects the opportunity to assign blame and illustrates a clear and viable path forward.
Until Kentucky fans and boosters take seriously the idea of improving the football program, it never will. But more than that is needed.
UK Volleyball is getting it done.
Spurrier deserves a few stalkers in the press.
Some off-the-beaten-track stuff in here you might find interesting.
What about us Windows XP users?
Always worth a perusal.
Hey, don't forget the Ryder Cup this weekend!
Rush The Court likes our back-and-forth with Maryland fans about Andrew and Aaron Harrison.
Well, it looks pretty interesting. You have to say that Cal is the favorite (pun intended), but seriously, you can never rule out Cal.
Confused? Not if you're a Kentucky fan.