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Kentucky Wildcats: Morning Quickies - Triple-Twelves Edition

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News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Bud Dupree and Larry Warford honored. Coach Cal talks about players-first. Trinity star Jason Hatcher to visit UK. UK announces John Schlarman hiring. More.

Congratulations to Larry Warford for being named 3rd string All-American.
Congratulations to Larry Warford for being named 3rd string All-American.
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Larry Warford named 3rd string All-American. Bud Dupree was named a sophomore All-American.

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I'm still finding wet spots on my computer from the nose-coffee on that one.

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College basketball
  • 3-point shot: Gonzaga eying Big East? // ESPN
    Can't we ask the Big East to change it's name to something that's not a transparent nonsequitur?

  • SEC M5: 12.12.12 Edition // Rush The Court

    The search for what ails the Kentucky Wildcats continues to fall short. ESPN took a stab, and so did our friends at CollegeBasketballTalk, but both missed the most detrimental factor of the Wildcats’ shortcomings. Myron Medcalf wrote, "So Kentucky doesn’t have a talent problem. It has a youth problem, a point guard problem, an inexperience problem. The Cats were not as good as they thought they were and now they know it." Youth has never been an issue. The 2011-12 Kentucky squad proved that. Point guard play and inexperience rear their ugly head consistently, but Medcalf and CBT miss one of the biggest issues. Defense is one of the largest ailments for the 2012-13 Wildcats. Kentucky’s effective field goal percentage defense ranks 52nd in the country. Last year, John Calipari’s team was number one in that category. The problem is partly because Kentucky gives up too many shots at the rim (34% of the overall opponents shots are taken at the rim), and too often don’t get back on defense after missed shots.
    Nice to see RTC gets it. I explained this earlier. Groupthink is the why the mainstream sports media so often misdiagnoses things.
  • A Big East split 'could happen,' source says // Philly.com
    Is the Big East doomed? Probably.

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