Nearly a week ago today, No. 1 Kentucky played host to Evansville at Rupp Arena.
The Wildcats were fresh off their win over Michigan State and (rightfully so) feeling on top of the world. With reality quickly setting in, Evansville pulled off the road upset in Lexington to knock off the country’s top-team.
On Monday, head coach John Calipari and his team will have a good chance at redemption against the Utah Valley Wolverines. Judging that Calipari’s teams usually play well following a loss, Big Blue Nation shouldn’t have much to worry about.
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Still trying to figure out how Josh Allen was passed up on by so many teams who blatantly need a pass rusher.
An added bonus to Kentucky’s 38-14 rout of Vanderbilt on Saturday was the return of graduate transfer quarterback Sawyer Smith.
Offense Breaks Out In Big Road Win - Kentucky Sports Radio
Kentucky finally found their momentum in the ground game this weekend at Vanderbilt.
“Just really proud of the heart and guts of this team to fight back under pressure,” UK head coach Craig Skinner said. “We’ve gone through a lot this week, and as a staff we are really proud of our team for showing so much resilience."
Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa set to have hip surgery on Monday - ESPN
One of the Heisman Trophy front-runners saw his season come to an end on Saturday.
Kyle Busch captures second NASCAR Cup title - ESPN
One of NASCAR’s best achieved the season’s goal on Sunday.
Calipari gives injury updates on EJ Montgomery, Ashton Hagans - Kentucky Sports Radio
Montgomery doesn’t look promising for Monday, but Hagans should be in better condition.
One of the league’s best receivers publicly verbalized his dissatisfaction with the NFL.
A Super Bowl 52 rematch was on full display Sunday afternoon.
Georgia edges past Alabama to No. 4 in AP poll - ESPN
With their QB done for the season, the Crimson Tide are unlikely to make the playoff.