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John Calipari Talks Dribble-Drive and Tennessee Football Player Bryce Brown is Texting

Diamond Leung, an college basketball blogger, has an entry regarding John Calipari's use of the dribble-drive motion offense in the 2010-2011 season -- Don't know about "putting five out" (meaning five players on the perimeter), but the upcoming UK basketball season should provide fans with another lesson is what John Calipari is all about, offensively.

Evan Daniels of has a 2:29 second interview with UK-target Tony Wroten Jr. --  This young man is confident in his abilities, that's for sure .. but I like that.

Kentucky sports reporter extraordinaire Larry Vaught has an interview with college football analyst Max Howell.  They talk Joker Phillips, and the outlook for Kentucky football going into the 2010 season -- Howell is very complimentary of Phillips and optimistic about UK's chances of sustaining long-term football success.

Will at Rocky Top Talk writes about Tennessee Vol running back Bryce Brown texting coach Derek Dooley that he's transferring -- Kind of hard core if you ask me.  The #1 running back in the class of '08 leaves UT with only David Oku (94 yards rushing in '09); Tauren Poole (86 yards rushing); and freshman Toney Williams, the #4 rated fullback in the class of '09, as the primary candidates for the starting running back slot in 2010.  With the transfer of presumed starting quarterback Nick Stephens, the Vols offense may struggle early and often.

Southern California may be forced to give up its 2004 football national championship, writes's Dennis Dodd -- Seems about right to me.  The AP has already stated they will NOT re-vote; the Football Writers Association of America will take up the issue next week.  Really too bad for Auburn, who was 13-0 with Cadillac Williams and Ronnie Brown at running back, as well as Jason Campbell at quarterback, and finished #2 in the voting.  But vacating the title is the right thing to do ... I just don't see how a re-vote could have any credibility at all.

Can't get enough Tim Tebow?  Well, he's now a 'Jockey' man -- I know, it might be unusual for a UK fan to root for Tebow, but I do.