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Wednesday Quickies: Stanley Garner Decision Edition

Stanley Garner decides tonight, and more in today’s quickies.

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Good morning, BBN. It’s Stanley Garner decision day! Garner is the No. 44 cornerback in the nation, hailing from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He’s down to Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan, Tennessee, Alabama and Clemson, and the 247 Sports Crystal Ball has a 100 percent prediction for Kentucky. He’ll decide at 8 p.m. ET tonight.

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Decisions upcoming for UK football propects - 247
The latest Kentucky football recruiting developments to monitor, including Stanley Garner.

Cole Mosier personified Stoops’ “Never Flinch” mantra | Kentucky Sports Radio
Reflecting back on Cole Mosier's career and how his injury affects Kentucky's offensive line in 2017.

Practice Report: Stephen Johnson, Mosier injury update - SEC Country
Should Kentucky football fans worry about Stephen Johnson missing two days of practice with an undisclosed injury? And how's Drew Barker looking now?

Former Wildcats among top-400 in the NFL - 247
Three Kentucky players were represented on an NFL list.

UK football: Eddie Gran after practice on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017 | Lexington Herald Leader
Everything Kentucky offensive coordinator Eddie Gran said after Tuesday’s practice about quarterbacks, new wide receivers and the offensive line retooled after the injury to starting left tackle.

Has Big Blue Madness Campout run its course? | Kentucky Sports Radio
Big Blue Madness Campout is the definite example of what makes Kentucky Basketball so unique; yet, in recent years, it just hasn't quite been the same. Why?

Kyle Wiltjer signs 1-year deal with Raptors - CatsPause
Former Wildcat Kyle Wiltjer has signed a 1-year, $1.3 million non-guaranteed deal with the Toronto Raptors, according to Dime Magazine.

Doctor Football: All-American, NFL, Brain Surgeon. Next Stop: White House?
He has the ultimate resume—and he's only 30. Walk along the career path of Myron Rolle, who's setting a new standard for overachievers every day.

Did Bucs put too much pressure on Aguayo?
After the Buccaneers surprised everyone by taking a kicker with the 59th overall pick in the draft, G.M. Jason Licht explained the move by heaping superlatives on the player.

Ezekiel Elliott Reportedly Could Face Further Discipline for July Bar Incident
Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott reportedly could face additional NFL discipline stemming from his alleged involvement in a bar fight on July 16. Elliott "was involved in a bar altercation in Dallas" that resulted in a DJ suffering a broken nose after he was punched in the face.

Rewriting the NFL’s Positional Lexicon
Positional distinctions are disappearing. Rushing yards are losing meaning. And offensive and defensive schemes are shifting from game to game — if not drive to drive.

Devonta Freeman Diagnosed with Concussion, Will Not Play vs. Steelers
Falcons head coach Dan Quinn confirmed that running back Devonta Freeman will be held out of action this week after being placed in the concussion protocol, per Vaughn McClure of

After the Ezekiel Elliott Suspension, Can You Trust the NFL's Process?
Domestic violence investigators kept Roger Goodell at bay, sources tell B/R Mag. Now, insiders and experts say, comes the real test: Either the Cowboys scandal is a precedent—or part of the problem.

Rating preseason job security of all 32 NFL head coaches 2017 - Who's on hot seat
Jets coach Todd Bowles has one of the worst rosters in the league. Can he hold onto his job? Bowles isn't alone on the hot seat. NFL Nation reporters evaluate all 32 spots.

Michael Bennett Sits on Bench During National Anthem, Plans to for Entire Season
Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett kicked off the preseason by sitting on the bench during the national anthem. As Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times noted, he remained behind the rest of the team with a towel around his shoulders while the rest of the Seahawks locked arms. Gregg Bell of the News Tribune captured the veteran sitting on the bench

Browns coach Hue Jackson hopes his players won’t protest during National Anthem
The Browns play their next preseason game on Monday night in front of a national television audience. Coach Hue Jackson hopes his team only makes news for what transpires during the ESPN-televised game against the Giants and not before it.

The 2008 Celtics were the first and most fascinating NBA superteam -
Ten years ago, the NBA’s first modern superteam was formed. There hasn’t been a successor quite like it.