Happy Wednesday, BBN!
Will Levis has been named the starting quarterback for the Tennessee Titans, as announced by head coach Mike Vrabel.
Levis, the 33rd overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, will continue as the starter after filling in for the injured Ryan Tannehill in recent games against Atlanta and Pittsburgh.
Despite Tannehill’s potential return as a backup, Vrabel has placed his confidence in Levis, who has impressed with 500 passing yards, four touchdowns, and a 96.4 rating over his first two starts.
We couldn’t be happier for former Cat Will Levis!
In other news, Kentucky Basketball is finally updating its courts!
It’s a pretty sweet design that shows off the outline of the state, and it looks like they listened to fans and finally got rid of those hideous and huge “Rupp Arena at Central Bank” stickers on the sides, with a much better-sized shoutout.
Check out the photo below.
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The Cats won the game at a new venue, Transylvania University’s Beck Center, against Southern Conference favorite East Tennessee State, a team that won 25 games last season.
Fifth-seeded Kentucky men’s soccer is in the semifinal round of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament against top-seeded Marshall on Wednesday for a 7 pm ET matchup.
It will definitely be a lot of fun.
Installation is expected following the volleyball season.
A lot of time for the veterans to pick it up, but they will be needed big time against Kansas next week.
All we saw on Monday was running... something very different than the past few years.
“I think it’s another opportunity for us to get better, for us to go against a really good, executing, sound defense,” Devin Leary said. “For us, it’s about doing what we’re supposed to do.”
NFL International has been a huge success.
Officially halfway through the NFL season, how is your team looking?
Where will these stars land?
Seems a bit early to be discussing this, right?
Carson Wentz gets another chance...
Congrats to Bill... I guess?
The Goat strikes again.