It's Tuesday after the long holiday, and almost everybody is back to work, wishing they had one more day. I'm one of them.
It just occurred to me that the offensive line played pretty well on Sunday. Despite many blitzes by the Louisville defense, Maxwell Smith still had a good day throwing the football and only got sacked twice, although he did have a couple of effective sacks when he was hurried. Still, considering all the blitzes, I thought the line played very well. The defensive line, now ...
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Adolph Rupp’s birthday is Sept. 2, Former UK coach would have been 111 years old // CollegeBasketballTalk
Calipari still has a good ways to go to catch Adolph Rupp's winning percentage.
Missouri? Seriously? Florida is a bigger threat than they are next year. Via Troy Machir.
Joker Phillips emphasized this simple point in his post-game news conference after Kentucky's loss at Louisville on Sunday: "We're better than that."
I reiterate my comment from the other day: Show me.
Is there anyone in UCLA's recruiting class the NCAA is NOT investigating?
Not only do we suck out loud at football, but we win Matt Hinton's worst fan of the week as some poor fool can't successfully complete a high-five without a faceplant.
Oh, the humanity...
It's a job. Beats the crap out of being a greeter at Wal-mart.
Calipari deserves to be admired? Well, he is, at least in this state. Who cares about the other 49?
Yeah, that would help. We have to find somebody on the team who can play defense, though.
Go figure that. Florida having trouble selling tickets? This instant gratification society and legions of fair-weather fans seem to be swamping the nation.
What's he going to major in, bong construction? Seriously, I do hope the young man gets his head back on straight and earns a degree.
Well, they do have time. Classes don't start there until Sept. 27th.
* Sigh *. Well, I guess we shouldn't expect less. If Western scores on Alabama, will they be a favorite against UK?
More empty-seat blues. Fair-weather fans are everywhere.