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Friday Quickies: Graduating Cats Edition

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Many current Wildcats will turn to the next chapter this weekend.

NCAA Football: Louisville at Kentucky Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

This weekend Big Blue Nation will watch 22 of their teams’ athletes graduate from the University of Kentucky. Drake Jackson, Elijah Barnett, Grant McKinniss, Jordan Griffin, Kash Daniel, Landon Young, Luke Fortner, Martavius Neloms and Max Duffy will all graduate as members of the university’s football team. Austin Haney, David Dingess, Joshua Swart, Matthew Beach and Shane Anderson will all graduate as members of the swimming and diving team. Caitlyn Cooper and Gabby Curry will graduate as volleyball players, Travis Riley from track & field, Sabrina Hanes from women’s basketball, Alaina Kwan from gymnastics and Leonie Bettel from women’s golf. What a pleasure it’s been to watch every one of these athletes play a significant role in not just UK Athletics but also representing the university at the highest standards.

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Quickies

Four-star DB Joel Williams commits to Kentucky - Cats Illustrated

BOOM, another highly-rated recruit is headed to Lexington.

UK still searching for offensive identity, Calipari is without answers - Kentucky Sports Radio

Not the most promising quote from the Kentucky mens basketball coach.

Stoops Read to a Children’s Class, Secured Four-Star Commitment - Kentucky Sports Radio

Mark Stoops is on fire this off-season.

22 Wildcats set to graduate this weekend - Kentucky Sports Radio

All sorts of different athletes will walk during Kentucky’s winter graduation.

Antetokounmpo after leading Bucks to win over Lakers: I’m not supposed to be here - ESPN

Milwaukee continues to be this regular season’s juggernaut.

Doc Rivers hopes frustrating loss to Rockets is ‘learning experience’ - ESPN

The “other team” in Staples Center is taking their time on the way to dominance.

After Tom Coughlin’s firing, time was right for Jaguars to fix clocks - ESPN

It appears Coughlin’s place in the NFL has come and gone.