As the weather continues to heat up outside, it becomes easier and easier to feel that autumn chill that comes with football season.
As SEC Media Days have concluded down in Birmingham, Alabama, the Kentucky Wildcats finally had their time in the spotlight on Thursday. Lynn Bowden, Kash Daniel, and Logan Stenberg represented the Wildcats alongside Mark Stoops to discuss the upcoming football season.
Kentucky is coming off of a record-setting ten-win season, and many have counted the Wildcats out already after losing Benny Snell, Josh Allen, and almost the entire secondary to the NFL. However, if you ask the guys still on the roster you will quickly find out that this team fully intends on not only avoiding a lapse, but on taking yet another step forward.
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Kash Daniel talks about the program Mark Stoops has built in Lexington and how good this team can be. pic.twitter.com/HavC7F2JF2— Shawn Smith (@gbbcountry) July 18, 2019
Kyle Macy is making it clear that he is not on the same page as Calipari and the current direction of the Kentucky basketball program.
J.B. Holmes is back on top on the golf world, at least for a day.
The Wildcats love being the underdog and playing with a chip on their shoulders.
Jim Harbaugh is pulling no punches in saying what he really thinks of his former rival.
While the new defensive backfield won’t be filled with household names, the guys stepping up are not new to Kentucky or college football.
It seems like the big NBA roster moves may actually be over...for now.
The Kentucky coaching staff still does not know if Peters will be eligible this season.
John Clay ranks Kentucky’s top ten players in the Calipari era. Who ya got?
Former Cincinnati Red Aaron Boone lost it on a rookie umpire, which is something I think we can all appreciate.
Pulp Fiction in space is exactly the movie we didn’t know we needed.
If you have any catching experience, please contact the Cincinnati Reds immediately.