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Kentucky Wildcats Morning Quickies: Laremy Tunsil Edition

NFL Draft, satellite camps, and controversy aplenty.

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Good morning and happy Friday, ladies and gentlemen of BBN. I didn't watch the NFL Draft last night, but apparently there was some drama. We'll get to that below.

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Your Quickies:

Kentucky football
  • ESPN projects UK to have the sixth best receivers and tight ends next season. Sounds about right to me as those units have loads of potential even if I would quibble putting UK ahead of UT. Notice three teams UK must beat this fall (Vandy, Mizzou, and South Carolina) are the last three teams in the rankings.
  • John Clay writes the NFL Draft illustrates why UofL is getting the better of UK on the field. Pretty much.
Kentucky basketball
  • Mitch Barnhart spoke to the media about Matthew Mitchell and the UK women's basketball team yesterday. Must feel it's serious.
Other Kentucky sports
  • No. 22 baseball team travels to Auburn this weekend. The Tigers are 18-23 on the season, and UK hopefully sweeps.
  • The men's tennis team features The Freshman of the Year and a First Team All-SEC selection.
  • The No. 11 softball team defeated UofL last night 2-1. UK reached 40 wins (with 11 losses) in a season for only the fourth time in the program's history. UofL falls to 32-11.

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