Good morning BBN, and happy Friday! Nick Richards is in town this weekend, making an official visit to Kentucky. Richards is a 5-star recruit on the 247Sports composite, and Kentucky is the favorite to land the New York center. Here’s to hoping his visit goes well!
Tweet of the day
AJ Green seen here walking to the sideline pic.twitter.com/mnB3ZjMoTB— Not Robert Griffin (@Pseudo_RGIII) September 30, 2016
A.J. Green was just toying with Miami’s secondary during Thursday Night Football.
The offensive line was being run be second-stringers for a good deal of the second half against South Carolina, and there was still a great deal of physical football being played that Kentucky was winning. Kentucky will be rotating a lot of o-linemen in and out.
So you’re telling me there’s a chance?
Calipari was very high on his team during his appearance on Tent City Live.
Les Miles was pulled by LSU, and looking at the numbers between him and Bear Bryant is very telling as to how demanding SEC football is.
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