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Wildcat Quickies: Memorial Day Edition

Have a happy safe Memorial Day from all of us here at A Sea Of Blue!

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Your Memorial Day Quickies

UKTF to Send 23 Qualifiers to Eugene after NCAA East Prelims - UK Wildcats News
The Kentucky Wildcats concluded the 2016 NCAA East Preliminary Track and Field Championship with 23 qualifiers to the NCAA Championships finals site.

Marcus Lee may commit to Cal when he visits on Tuesday -
Kentucky's Marcus Lee may find a new home as the transfer is expected to commit to the Golden Bears.

Kentucky basketball’s recruiting misses of 2015, and how they fared as freshmen - Lexington Herald-Leader
A look at how some of UK’s top recruiting targets in the class of 2015 fared at the schools they chose, and what’s next in their basketball careers.

TSN: Isaiah Briscoe among most impactful returnees - 247
Kentucky guard Isaiah Briscoe is ranked among The Sporting News' most impactful returning players for the 2016-17 college basketball season.

Travis Ford lands on his feet at Saint Louis - Lexington Herald-Leader
After parting ways with Oklahoma State following eight seasons as coach, Travis Ford landed the top job at Saint Louis — a program with substantial upside and great support from its city. "When it comes to basketball, the Billikens are what this city has," Ford said.

Kendra Harrison Breaks American 100H Record at Pre Classic - UK Wildcats News
Kentucky Track and Field great Kendra Harrison broke the American record running 12.24 (+0.7) in the 100m hurdles to win at the Diamond League Prefontaine Classic on Saturday.

Alexander Rossi wins 100th running of Indianapolis 500 - ESPN
American driver Alexander Rossi conserved fuel in the closing laps and came home first in the 100th Indianapolis 500.

NBA Draft 2016 point guard rankings: Kris Dunn a level above of Tyler Ulis -
Providence's Kris Dunn the clear leader over Kentucky's Tyler Ulis? No, but this CBS writer thinks so. He must be pandering for a gig at ESPN.

Suicide Squad: Report Allegedly Reveals Extent Of Batman's Appearance -
It looks as though the Dark Knight won't have much screen time in David Ayer's Suicide Squad after all, according to a new report.

PGA Tour golfer surprises fan he hit in the head - FOX Sports
This is a classy move by Tony Finau after he belted a drive into the crowd at Colonial this weekend and hit a girl in the head, and she needed stitches to close the wound.

Mexico star Alan Pulido kidnapped in homeland - ESPN
Mexico international Alan Pulido has been kidnapped, his brother has confirmed to

IGN's 2016 TV Show Obituary: Here's What Got Cancelled - IGN
Agent Carter, Person of Interest, The Muppets, Castle and the many other shows we're saying goodbye to. Limitless is the latest victim.

Sources: Xbox One getting huge upgrade in 2017, slim model later this year - Polygon
One of those new consoles will be over four times more powerful than the current Xbox One. Current plans have the smaller Xbox One scheduled for release this August. Pricing for the system has not been finalized.

Black Panther Casting Call Details of Ryan Coogler's Standalone Movie -
ScreenRant has unearthed a casting call for Marvel's Black Panther that seemingly reveals much of the key characters that'll feature in the movie.

XOCO Lets You 3D Print Your Own Chocolate - Digital Trends
Thanks to the magic that is 3D printing, you can design your own chocolate masterpieces that are as scrumptious as they are stunning.

Jordan Spieth seals first win of the year with incredible chip-in - FOX Sports
Jordan Spieth is back.

Gorilla killed after boy falls into Cincinnati zoo exhibit - Lexington Herald-Leader
Panicked zoo visitors watched helplessly and shouted, ‘Stay calm!’ while one woman yelled, ‘Mommy loves you!’ as a 400-pound-plus gorilla loomed over a 4-year-old boy who had fallen into a shallow moat at the Cincinnati Zoo.

Emotional photo reveals Haitian West Point grad's American dream
If you need proof that triumph can have many faces, look no further than this stunning photo of recent West Point graduate Alix Idrache.