Olivier Sarr and Joey Gatewood are still waiting to see if they will be cleared by the NCAA to play.
Both players have been waiting on a decision for months while other players in their respective sports continue to be granted a transfer waiver by the NCAA. Both young men still have plenty of time.
But one has to wonder when these decisions will finally be made. Both players mean an awful lot to the Cats and would make the fan base feel much better once the decisions are made.
Tweets of the Day
Mask + Distancing = a chance for America to turn this around by LABOR DAY.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) August 1, 2020
The choice is YOURS.
I really hope he’s right because right now things aren’t looking great.
.@UKMitchBarnhart, "We're disappointed that the Governor's Cup won't occur this year... This is just a very unique set of circumstances which we'll find our way through and we'll gather back up and play again."— UK Sports Network (@UKSportsNetwork) July 31, 2020
Full video: https://t.co/D1l9JQ40LP pic.twitter.com/yUaDsbwOoN
I’m extremely disappointed that the Governor’s Cup will not be played this year. Another easy W off of the schedule.
Terry Wilson on team workouts | Vaught’s Views- Terry Wilson will be the starting quarterback when the Kentucky Wildcats kick off on September 26th. He has been working hard during team workouts and stated that it all feels normal even through COVID.
Should Kentucky fans be worried about 2021 recruiting? | Cats Illustrated- John Calipari has yet to pick up a summer commitment, something we have gotten used to, but the folks over at Rivals say there’s nothing to worry about and they give some compelling arguments.
Rob Manfred warns owners | ESPN- A few MLB teams have had some COVID issues and Manfred warns that he will shut down the season if players and management don’t get things under control.
Marlins did not follow protocols | CBS- The Marlins were the team that kicked off the MLB debate. This shouldn’t be that difficult.
PAC 12 shares football schedule | Sporting News- Hopefully we learn of the SEC schedule early next week.
Antonio Brown suspended eight games by the NFL | SI.com- Not sure what this means since he’s not in the league right now.