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Monday Quickies: Night King for UK Quarterback Edition

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The Night King makes a legendary throw and more in today’s quickies.

Look, I love Stephen Johnson and Drew Barker, and I think their quarterback battle will end with one very good quarterback leading the Kentucky Wildcats through a successful season.


What if the Night King was Kentucky’s quarterback?

It occurs to me that some of you don’t know what I’m talking about, so just watch this throw.

P.S., enjoy the eclipse! Make sure you wear your glasses!

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Next man up: 6’6 junior receiver Kayaune Ross | Kentucky Sports Radio
Dorian Baker suffered a "substantial" ankle injury during the team's second scrimmage of fall camp. That means Kayaune Ross must step up and take on a bigger role in this offense going forward.

Bengals Release Boom Williams | Nation of Blue
The Cincinnati Bengals have released former Kentucky Wildcat Boom Williams after signing him as an undrafted free agent. - Graf: Improvement on punts, punt returns crucial to UK's 2017 success
Kentucky struggled mightily in every aspect of the punting game last year. That has to change if they want to take the next step this year.

Dick Vitale includes Kentucky in 'Super Seven' - Cats Pause
The college basketball season is inching closer and closer and ESPN's Dick Vitale has included Kentucky in his revised 'Super Seven' for 2017-18.

Blue Smith to Announce 1 Week from Today | Kentucky Sports Radio
A top Ohio prospect is prepared to make his decision between Kentucky, Cinicinnati and Ohio State.

Jairus Brents is Kentucky's highest-ranked uncommitted football senior | Lexington Herald Leader
Jairus Brents, a Waggener senior, is a four-star recruit and in the top 10 of the state of Kentucky’s class of 2018. He has 34 reported scholarship offers but has not yet committed to a school.

UK could sign a football recruiting class with no players from Kentucky | Lexington Herald Leader
Notebook includes a look at why Kentucky has 0 in-state players (yet) in its 2018 class. Striking out on in-state recruits in the 2018 class would be an anomaly for this coaching staff, which has made keeping Kentucky’s best players at home a major priority.

Ravens try 304-pound rookie defensive lineman Patrick Ricard at fullback
Patrick Ricard is listed as a defensive end on the Ravens’ roster, but the 304-pound undrafted rookie’s best chance at a roster spot may come in the offensive backfield. The Ravens have given Ricard some playing time at fullback in the preseason, and the early returns are positive.

Browns' Joe Thomas set to star on ESPN's E:60
Joe Thomas is many things. The Browns' veteran left tackle is a 10-time Pro Bowler, esteemed host of the Joe Thomas Hour (the Best Two Minutes of Your Life) and emerging Twitter savant​.

NYPD Officers Rally to Help Get Colin Kaepernick an NFL Job
Current and former members of the New York City Police Department rallied in Brooklyn Saturday in support of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

NFLPA's DeMaurice Smith Says Roger Goodell Lied About Changes to Conduct Policy
NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith says Commissioner Roger Goodell "lied" about consulting the players union about changes made to the league's personal conduct policy in 2014. In an upcoming episode of HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel scheduled to air Tuesday, Smith asserted that Goodell didn't try to gather input from the union before sending the revised policy to owners for a vote.

NFL Preseason Week 2 Roundup: Christian McCaffrey a Superstar in the Making
Don't get too hyped. Yet don't completely overlook what happens during the preseason, either. The NFL preseason is a progression, and Week 2 is a buildup for the following weekend's "dress rehearsal."

Magic Johnson, Lakers being investigated for tampering with Paul George - ESPN
Magic Johnson is at the center of an NBA investigation into the possibility of impermissible contact between the Lakers and four-time All-Star Paul George, league sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne.

MLB umpires wear wristbands to protest 'abusive' treatment | FOX Sports
Major League Baseball umpires wore white wristbands during games Saturday, protesting ''abusive player behavior'' after Detroit second baseman Ian Kinsler was fined but not suspended for his recent verbal tirade against ump Angel Hernandez.

Jerry Lewis Dead: Comedy Legend Was 91 | Variety
Jerry Lewis, the brash slapstick comic who teamed with Dean Martin and later starred in “The Nutty Professor,” has died in Las Vegas.