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Monday Quickies: Former Wildcats Getting Their Run Edition

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Sundays during the fall are of course filled with the National Football League, so yesterday wasn’t any different than a regular NFL Sunday. However, ‘twas quite the experience to see so many former Kentucky Wildcats making their impact in multiple NFL games. Lonnie Johnson played a solid game for his Houston Texans, Mike Edwards continued to see an uptick in snaps with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Benny Snell saw a few carries with the Pittsburg Steelers. And, of course, Josh Allen was jumping off your TV screen during Thursday Night Football for the Jacksonville Jaguars. All four are products of current Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops, which is promising for not only this year’s team in Lexington but future NFL drafts and the professional league itself.

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Johnson’s breakout game against the Chargers looks like a sign of only more quality performances ahead.


Lynn Bowden is excited to “get back in the lab” following crucial drops at MSU - Kentucky Sports Radio

Kentucky’s star wide receiver will look to bounce back at South Carolina on Saturday.

Top QB recruit Young flips from USC to Alabama - EPSN

Bryce Young makes a powerful move in the collegiate football world.

Opinion: Cubs’ weekend meltdown officially signals the end of the Joe Maddon era - USA Today

Life isn’t pretty at Wrigley Field.

Kentucky Opens as 2 1/2 Point Underdog Versus South Carolina - Kentucky Sports Radio

For the third straight game, Kentucky will most likely head into their Saturday showdown as an underdog.

NCAA Re-Rank 1-130: Alabama drops out of the top three after Georgia moves up - USA Today

Somehow, someway USA Today doesn’t see Alabama as a top-four team so far this season.

Brady won’t share ‘personal’ feelings on Brown - ESPN

The New England Patriots quarterback is keeping silent on the release of the troubled, All-Pro wideout.

Scouting Terrence Clarke - Cats Illustrated

Everything you need to know on Terrence Clarke.