I know we have all been horrified by the tragic events in Boston. Our prayers go out to the families of those killed, and for a speedy recovery for those wounded by this savage attack. An angry nation awaits justice.
Tweet of the Morning:
Roy Williams meeting with Andrew Wiggins on Monday. Bill Self on Tuesday. Leonard Hamilton doesn't have anything scheduled, per Rob Fulford.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDanielsFOX) April 16, 2013
Hopefully to tell them both thanks, but no thanks.
Expectations. The main question for the first year of the Stoops era is whether UK, coming off a 2-10 season and facing a schedule whose strength borders on the sadistic, can play well enough in 2013 to maintain the good feelings and (recruiting) momentum that Kentucky football currently enjoys?
Story offers no answers to his rhetorical question. I have none, either. Getting out of the season with enough players to field a team might be a victory with this schedule.
Snodgrass is a big get, right at a position of serious need.
- SEC team-by-team 2014 recruiting update, Texas A&M still leading SEC // Saturday Down South
A packed house: Kentucky announced 50,831 people attended the Blue and White Game. That would have ranked second in attendance only to Alabama in the SEC in last year’s spring games. The Cats only drew 4,500 last spring. Do you think they’re excited in Lexington?
I’m going to say … yes.
Other UK sports
Kentucky’s baseball team will battle more than in-state rival Louisville Tuesday evening at Cliff Hagan Stadium. UK must also contend with what Coach Gary Henderson calls an “offensive funk.”
UK needs to do something right now. This is getting urgent.
I have a bad feeling about this one. The Bat Cats are slumping at a very bad time.
- April 14 Performances of the Week // UKAthletics.com
- Morning Five: 04.16.13 Edition // Rush The Court
- Tom Leach // Tuesday Links
- Tuesday morning buffet // Get The Picture
Miami will never take this to a court of law because they’ll fall under the laws regarding discovery and they will have to open all of their internal records regarding the investigation for scrutiny by the NCAA legal staff. I just don’t believe it would be in Miami’s best interest to do that.
As long as Miami stays out of court they can play the victim which is what they’re doing … to the hilt. I know a lot of people are cheering for Miami against the NCAA, but Miami was “DIRTAY” and everyone knows it. If Miami can get away with that over technicalities, then we will enter a new era where anything goes. It would be like allowing head butts and punches to the groin in mixed marshal arts matches. (Hank)
Documents released by the University of Oregon show the school and the NCAA agree “major” violations were committed by the football program, both The Oregonian and Portland, Ore., television station KATU reported Monday.
Hold your hand up if you’re surprised. I didn’t think I’d see any.
Pitino’s tattoo is awesome! (Hank)
That photoshop is awesome, I almost had a nose-coffee accident. (Glenn)
This was expected, and a good decision.
This would be a poor decision, if true.
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Wow, this is way cool. Faster, please.