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Monday Quickies: Coffee With Cal Edition

Coffee With Cal is back this week!

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Calipari Sea of Blue

One of your favorite podcasts has returned this week, as Kentucky Wildcats basketball head coach John Calipari hosts Marvin Lewis, Reid Travis, Tommy Amaker and Victor Oladipo on his “Coffee With Cal” podcast that airs today at 10:30 AM EDT.

For a quick reminder, the program supports groups such as “Feeding America,” “No Kid Hungry,” “World Central Kitchen” and other relief programs related to COVID-19 and child-relief initiatives.

Today, it will be interesting to hear the voice of a former NFL head coach and current college football defensive coordinator, a former player under Calipari, a fellow college basketball head coach and current NBA All-Star.

For previous episodes, including the most recent podcast with Pittsburg Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, just click this link.

You can find today’s episode LIVE at 10:30 here!

Tweet of the Day

A human highlight reel.


Kentucky target Skyy Clark highlights against pros in Nashville - Kentucky Sports Radio

He would sure look good in Kentucky blue.

Former NFL receiver Reche Caldwell killed in Florida - ESPN

May the former Florida Gator rest in peace

UK Unveils Plans and Protocols for Players’ Safe Return to Campus - Kentucky Sports Radio

Kentucky football is officially back!

Adrian Peterson on kneeling during the anthem this season: ‘Without a doubt’ - USA Today

As many, many more NFL players will likely follow.

5 of the Most Underrated Kentucky Football Players since 2000 - Kentucky Sports Radio

Darius West of course makes the list, but is he high enough?

Askew Ready to Be Pushed by Transfer Mintz at Kentucky - YourSportsEdge

It appears Calipari has more than just 2020 in mind.

Sources: U.S. Soccer to consider repealing ban on players kneeling - ESPN

It looks like a change can be in order.

Longtime Atlanta Falcons defensive end John Zook dies at age 72 - USA Today

May he rest in peace.