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Football is back!

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After a solid slate of college football yesterday, we have a full lineup of NFL games coming up later today. Benny Snell and the Steelers do not play until Monday, but Josh Allen will lead the Jacksonville Jaguars in his first game as team captain at 1 p.m. against the Colts.

Of course, there are several other former Wildcats in action across the league. And there are 13 games to choose from today. But most importantly, we all officially have football back in our lives!

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If that does not get you pumped for this group of Kentucky Wildcats, I do not know what will.

Quickies

Sources: Big Ten revote on when to start football season could take place Sunday - ESPN

Very few things are more fun to watch than the Big 10 coming back with their tails tucked between their legs.

Avery Williamson excited to return from injury - KSR

After missing a whole season due to injury, Williamson looks to get his career back on the right track.

Breeders’ Cup to race without fans; Keeneland hosts in 2022 - Herald-Leader

The lack of fans should come as no surprise, but hooray for Keeneland in 2022!

B/R Preseason College Football Awards Predictions - Bleacher Report

Should any Kentucky Wildcats have been considered for these postseason awards predictions?

Sources: Giannis Antetokounmpo meets with Bucks ownership to discuss future - Yahoo!

It is also reported that the Greek Freak unfollowed all of his teammates on social media. Could he be headed elsewhere?

Five Auburn starters sitting out amid new COVID cases - KSR

This is likely going to happen to every team at some point this season. Let’s just hope the timing works out in Kentucky’s favor.

Former Wildcat Dakari Johnson re-signs with Chinese pro club - Cats Pause

Dakari is keeping his professional hopes alive.

Maintenance tractor catches fire at Florida’s football stadium - USA Today

This time, it was not Kentucky’s offense setting the field on fire.

Louisiana-Lafayette rolls past No. 23 Iowa State, 31-14 - ESPN

It is great to see that upsets are not being banned during the pandemic.

Look: Joe B. Hall Corn Maze at Bi-Water Farm in Georgetown - Go Big Blue Country

That is actually a very accurate representation.