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Kentucky Wildcats Morning Quickies: Arian Foster Edition

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News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Mark Stoops wants Kentucky to be even more intense. Arian Foster claims he took money at Tennessee. Florida's quarterback Driskel out for year. More.

Florida's starting quarterback Jeff Driskel went down yesterday with an injury that will end his season.
Florida's starting quarterback Jeff Driskel went down yesterday with an injury that will end his season.
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The news is a couple of days old now, but in case you haven't heard or have been on the road like me, Arian Foster, former Tennessee running back, claims that he took money from what appear to be boosters at Tennessee.

Anyone who is realistic about NCAA sports knows this happens. Cash is untraceable, and anyone with a modicum of sense can take relatively small amounts of cash from boosters and nobody would ever be the wiser. Of course, if you do like Marcus Camby and start walking around campus with $2000 in gold chains hanging around your neck, or start driving around campus in a Mercedes or Lexus, somebody's bound to get suspicious.

Finally on this same subject, Dick Vitale popped off on Twitter and is crawfishing like mad now.

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As Kentucky fans, we ought to know a thing or two about this.

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