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Kentucky Wildcats Morning Quickies: Decision Day Edition

News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Basketball press conference at 2:30 today. Baseball, softball games postponed. More.

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Today is decision day. The Kentucky Wildcats will apparently be announcing at a 2:30 press conference who will stay and who will go.

Many people think the entire starting five plus Devin Booker an Dakari Johnson will declare for the NBA draft. It could happen, I have no idea and I will just wait to see for myself. Then we can talk about it.

Tweet of the Morning

Heh. Awesome.

Your Quickies:

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  • An NAIA school hires Dave Bliss, the former Baylor coach who had all sorts of NCAA problems there. Gary Parrish asks, ultimately, why should we care if a 71-year old coach gets a second chance, despite the evil he did.

    I think I agree with him.

Other sports news
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  • Romantic spring getaways. I’d love to try San Antonio, I hear good things.

  • If you live or frequently visit Louisville, I have to plug Cena (pronounced "chenna"), an Italian restaurant located below the Mussels & Burger Bar. Petra and I ate there for the first time last night, and it is absolutely fantastic. The prices are very reasonable, too, as we got out under $100 even with a moderately expensive (for us, anyway) bottle of wine, and including an appetizer.

    I have had two perfectly seasoned dishes in my life in a restaurant — a dish at Emeril Lagasse’s New Orleans Fish House in Las Vegas, and the Ravioli I had last night at Cena. The atmosphere is great, the service outstanding, and the food is peerless in this city. Give it a try. Reservations are available, but walk-ins are welcome.

    The menu you see in the article is a bit outdated, but many of those dishes are still on the menu.

  • 13 things you’ve been doing wrong.