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Wildcat Quickies: SEC Media Days Edition

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Football is coming.

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Today marks the start of SEC Media Days.

That's when head coaches and select players from around the SEC come to the Hyatt Regency Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Alabama to talk football.

That's right. We're talking about football. It's almost here...

Tweet of the Day:

Translation: Enes Kanter is filthy rich!

Your Quickies

Penny Hardaway praises UK signee Skal Labissiere
Former Memphis Tiger and Orlando Magic star Penny Hardaway coached Skal Labissiere and his AAU team. He had plenty of nice things to say about the Haitian big man, who he expects to have a big year for Kentucky while becoming a fan-favorite of Bie Blue Nation.

Melvin Lewis makes complete metamorphosis
It's been a long journey for Melvin Lewis, who's rose from JUCO prospect to possible starting defensive tackle in the SEC for Kentucky. Lewis already has graduated with a degree in community and leadership development. He'll now represent UK at SEC Media Days.

Kentucky Football: Areas of Concern
The Kentucky Wildcats have a lot of promise for this upcoming season, but they're not without holes and big questions needing answered if they are to make a bowl game this year.

Malik Monk’s brother: Fans should ‘respect’ decision
It should be an advantage for Arkansas that former Razorback Marcus Monk is the brother of elite 2016 recruit Malik Monk. However, it sounds like Marcus isn't going to put too much pressure on his little bro to attend the same college as he did. It also helps that Marcus is already saying Hogs fans should respect his brother's decision if he opts to go somewhere other than Arkansas.

5 burning questions headed into SEC Media Days
SEC Media Days begin today, and AL.com takes a look at some of the biggest the conference is facing now and in the near future. It's hard to believe we're about to have a media day without Mike Slive as the SEC commissioner.

iOS 9 first look: here's what's new in Apple's public beta
As an avid iPhone and iPad user, I'm always intrigued to see what's next for Apple and the latest software their machines run on. The latest updated to the IOS feature enhances maps so you don't get lost when you have to travel to Eerie, Indiana, or Gary, Indiana for that matter.