Kentucky’s loss to Georgia certainly stung. The Cats had a great atmosphere to play in, and a win would’ve made them bowl eligible. Unfortunately, the loss forces them to wait at least another week (or two) to reach the 6 win milestone. However, it’s clear that progress has been made, and criticism should be withheld until this team shows they haven’t improved (they’d have to go 5-7 to not have improved).
Tweet of the day
71% of the Earth is covered by water. The rest of the Earth is covered by Jordan Jones.#BBN— Andrew Cassady (@AndCassady) September 25, 2016
Seriously though, how about Jordan Jones?
A look at young Cats like Wenyen Gabriel, post scoring and playing in the halfcourt instead of in transition, the projected starters and more.
I think there were several other issues that impacted the loss; dropped passes, questionable play calls and more, but Stoops wasn’t happy with the edge.
It’s time to move on to Tennessee. The Cats will play the Vols in Knoxville at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday.
The SEC East was the Cats’ for the taking on Saturday night, but going from 5-7 to the top team in the SEC East is a jump the Cats may not be ready to make.
With A&M falling to Mississippi State, there could be a top four spot open. While it would make sense to put Washington in that spot, the committee could show interest in OSU.
Pacquiao made his return from retirement to beat Vargas by unanimous decision and claim the welterweight title.
This year’s LSU-Bama game was about as defensive as ever. The Tide offense woke up late to lead the team to a 10-0 lead in which the defense was truly dominant.
The Mavericks made the wrong kind of history with their 0-5 start. Can they get it turned around?
Armstrong had to be placed on a backboard after his head hit the turf awkwardly, and was taken to a hospital for further evaluation.
Hopefully the committee was watching the Pac-12’s night game, because Washington showed why they deserve to bein the playoff by beating Cal 66-27.