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Saturday Headlines: South Carolina Gameday

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NCAA Football: Kentucky at Mississippi State Matt Bush-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, BBN.

Gameday has arrived for the Kentucky Wildcats (6-4), who are on the road tonight for a date with the South Carolina Gamecocks (4-6).

Win, and it keeps hope alive for a special season since Kentucky could theoretically win out and finish 9-4, which is actually a final record that the Cats have never finished with.

Lose, and it will mark consecutive losses to the Gamecocks for the first time in the Mark Stoops era.

Just win, baby.

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Big Blue Preview: Kentucky at South Carolina – UK Athletics
The Wildcats and the Gamecocks will kick off under the lights at 7:30 pm ET on SEC Network

Three-Point Attack Leads Cats Past Stonehill – UK Athletics
The Cats hit 17 of 32 (53.1%) from deep, marking the most threes ever for a John Calipari-coached Kentucky teams and the most overall for the Cats in nearly 30 years.

Frericks, Merani Land on Podium on Final Night of Tennessee Invite – UK Athletics
Kentucky closed the midseason meet with the men in fourth and the women fifth.

All Aboard: Rifle Takes Polar Express to Alaska for Two Matches – UK Athletics
The University of Kentucky rifle team is looking to continue its winning ways as it wraps up its fall schedule this weekend in Fairbanks, Alaska for two matches in the winter wonderland.

Ben Damge Hammers a Brace to Advance Cats to NCAA Second Round – UK Athletics
The Cats will now travel to South Bend on Sunday to take on Notre Dame at 5 pm.

Does Kentucky finally have an elite offensive team? - Cats Pause
Kentucky is averaging 88.0 points per game so far this season.

No. 17 Kentucky shoots its way past Stonehill - Cats Pause
Kentucky made a John Calipari-era 17 three's in a blowout win over Stonehill Friday.

Bengals QB Joe Burrow out for season, likely needs surgery - ESPN
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow will not play again this season because of his right wrist injury that likely will require surgery.

Titans, Nissan taking naming rights to new stadium under 20-year deal - NFL
The Tennessee Titans will be moving to a new stadium for the 2027 season, and they’re taking the current name with them under a new 20-year naming rights deal with Nissan North America.

Jim Harbaugh accepts 3-game suspension from Big Ten in sign-stealing investigation -
Michigan and coach Jim Harbaugh won’t challenge the ruling further.

Sources: New NCAA evidence changed Michigan's stance on investigation - ESPN
Michigan's sudden change in how it was approaching the Big Ten's ongoing suspension of football coach Jim Harbaugh coincided with new evidence in the NCAA's ongoing investigation into the Wolverines' alleged cheating scheme, sources told ESPN.

Michigan fires linebackers coach Chris Partridge - ESPN
Michigan announced Friday that linebackers coach Chris Partridge has been relieved of his duties effective immediately.

Children of former Rams owners establish fund to assist Hall of Fame players in times of need - NFL
Chip and Lucia Rosenbloom, the children of former Rams owners Georgia Frontiere and Carroll Rosenbloom, are establishing a fund to assist Hall of Fame players and their families in times of need.

Jimmy Butler is changing the game by focusing on everything else -
Jimmy Butler has thrived in Heat Culture by expanding his horizons beyond just basketball.

Young Inventor Surprised With 2023 Dyson Award for ‘The Life Chariot’ Designed to Save Lives in Ukraine - GNN
The Life Chariot can attach to any trailer hook, carry a stretcher between two seats, and won inventor Piotr the James Dyson Award 2023.