Today is the day that we find out where Kentucky goes bowling. All signs point to the TaxSlayer Bowl in Florida, and the likely opponent is Georgia Tech. Bowl selections will be announced throughout the day today, and we'll have updates when Kentucky's bowl destination is confirmed.
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Tomorrow is going to be fun.— TaxSlayer Bowl (@taxslayerbowl) December 4, 2016
Team Announcement around 6pm.
Kentucky to learn football bowl destination Sunday | Lexington Herald-Leader
The college football bowl puzzle is clicking into place this weekend, but University of Kentucky fans might have to be patient before locking in their travel plans.
Sources: Vols to Music City; UK likely TaxSlayer-bound - 247
The SEC's ‘Group of Six’ bowl picture has all but crystallized, as have projected participants, per bowl and league sources who spoke to 247Sports. Kentucky, which closed the regular season 7-5 for its best year under Mark Stoops, in the TaxSlayer Bowl against the ACC’s Georgia Tech.
Jerry Palm Bowl Projections - CBSSports.com
As of Saturday night, CBS' Jerry Palm was projecting UK into the Music City Bowl, while Tennessee goes to the TaxSlayer Bowl.
Danny Clark Leads Team to State Title | Kentucky Sports Radio
While many of his future teammates were schmoozed at Rupp Arena, Danny Clark was busy winning a State Championship.
UK women: Kentucky vs. Louisville matchup offers plenty of 'oooh, buddy' | Lexington Herald-Leader
No. 17 Kentucky is coming off a top-25 victory and is riding a five-game win streak over No. 7 Louisville going into Sunday’s game in the KFC Yum Center. And the Cardinals, who have lost two in a row to top-five opponents, probably will be in a mood to rumble.
Mississippi State Bulldogs to play Miami (OH) Redhawks in the St. Petersburg Bowl - ESPN
Mississippi State will play Miami (OH) in the St. Petersburg Bowl, sources said. Other schools going bowling include Houston, Eastern Michigan, Old Dominion, Navy and BYU.
Penn State wins Big 10, makes case for playoff - SI
Penn State has won the Big 10, giving them a potential shot at the playoff since they beat Ohio State. The Nittany Lions' win also makes their conference look stacked.
Who should be left out of the playoff? - Fox Sports
Alabama is in. Who follows? Fox Sports says Ohio State, Clemson, Washington and Penn State have all made their case. You could certainly argue that Michigan has as well.
Kevin Wilson reportedly mistreated players at Indiana - Deadspin
Well, we now know why Indiana forced one of their better coaches in recent years to resign.
Draymond Green criticizes NBA for interpreting "unnatural act" - ESPN
Well, Draymond, legs don't normally end up in people's privates or level with their heads as often as yours do. Especially when you're one of the shortest big men in the league.