Today is Media Day for the Kentucky Wildcats as they embark on Year 3 of the Mark Stoops era. After making dramatic improvements to the program since the day he got to Lexington, can Stoops take the Cats back to the postseason and bowl eligibility this season?
We won't know the answer to that for several more months, but we will get to hear from Stoops, Mitch Barnhart and many Wildcat players during today's festivities. We'll keep you posted here on the latest to come out of media day.
Tweet(s) of the Day:
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UK football in the mix to get official visit from No. 26 recruit in class of 2016
When you can get a guy like Rahshun Smith on campus, it's a big deal. Smith listed Alabama and Kentucky as schools that are making a run for his fifth and final official visit.
Great scouting report on Kentucky signee Jamal Murray
The 2015-16 Wildcats should once again be a Final Four contender Jamal Murray playing a significant role in it. In case you didn't get to see him in the Pan-American games, here's a nice breakdown of his game.
UK commitment Russ Yeast has "different" speed than father Craig Yeast had
Craig Yeast set a lot of UK and SEC records during his time in the Bluegrass. If his son comes close to being the kind of receiver the elder Yeast was, then the Cats are getting one heck of a player in 2017.
Fall camp questions include which freshmen will play this season
Chris Westry, Marcus Walker, C.J. Conrad, and George Asafo-Adjei are among the incoming freshman with the most potential to play significant sanps in 2015.
2017 QB commit Mac Jones talks about his UK commitment and goals for future
MAc Jones has already established himself as a leader in the Class of 2017 for UK. He's been as vocal in other Cats' recruitments and hopefully will help land what's already shaping up to be a top-25 class.
UK commitment AJ Rose possibly an Ohio State target
A.J. Rose has been committed to Kentucky since February, but now other BCS programs are starting to take notice of his talent.
The Nike-Under Armour battle for high school stars is heating up
The Under Armour Elite 24 is one of the nation's best events for college basketball recruits. Nike has decided the best way to prevent prospects from wearing Under Armour on ESPN is to offer them all-expenses-paid trips to the Bahamas on the exact days as Under Armour's Elite 24.
Louisville self-reports two minor NCAA violations involving laser tag trip
Today's 'I bet you didn't know this is an NCAA violation' headline.