Kentucky football has been heavily slept on for so many years. Here recently, they’ve been surpassing the bar under head coach Mark Stoops. Each season the Wildcats have overcome some type of adversity and exceeded all expectations for that year. This season, with so many of the players you were most familiar with now gone, the Wildcats still have another strong chance to shine bright in the Southeastern Conference.
From Kentucky Sports Radio, the Wildcats seem to be poised for a smoother transition through COVID-19 precautions more-so than other teams. Specifically, Kentucky will return a quarter of their production from last season. No, star wide receiver/running back/quarterback Lynn Bowden will not be in Lexington. But Kentucky will have a fully rehabbed and rested Terry Wilson taking the snaps with a matured supporting cast on both sides of the football.
There won’t be many names you’ve been screaming from your couch over the last few years, but you’ll come to love several once you witness them in action. Combine matured talent with the quality coaching staff at Kentucky and the Wildcats indeed stand a better chance than most at exceeding expectations through a COVID-restricted season.
Tweet of the Day
NHL, NHLPA agree on opening date for formal training camps. https://t.co/35lF9nEob0 pic.twitter.com/l6W4VLXVYv— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) June 11, 2020
Another step in the right direction!
Rivals100 OL Rayshaun Benny plans to utilize all five official visits - Cats Illustrated
How good of a shot does UK have with Benny?
Alex Cora: Astros’ sign-stealing wasn’t two-man show - ESPN
Will more information come out, or is this now a thing of the past?
Nikola Jokic looks unrecognizable after slimming down during NBA stoppage - USA Today
A new and improved Jokic? Scary...
Sources: 14 of 22 NBA teams in Orlando will be done within 53 days - ESPN
That’s a pretty quick “regular season.”
DeMarcus Cousins can sign with a team for season restart - Kentucky Sports Radio
Where could you see him ending up?
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expresses regret for not signing Colin Kaepernick - USA Today
It’s hard to have two starting-caliber quarterbacks in the same locker room.
Ravens’ John Harbaugh says NFL’s current virus guidelines are ‘impossible’ - ESPN
How different will the game of football be played this year?
NFL pledges to donate $250 million over 10-year period - The Undefeated
Will we finally see owners begin to voice support of their players?