Monday morning links:
– Kentucky women dodge another road loss at Alabama, plus other UK sports links at Kentuckysports.com.
– Kevin Scarbinsky writes that Nick Saban’s legacy is complex as a man, but crystal clear as a coach.
– Notre Dame lost a lot of games in recent years, but the Irish never lost its mystique.
– Richard Deitsch has a TV primer heading into tonight’s BCS title game.
– With all the outcry last night over the Washington Redskins leaving Robert Griffin III in the playoff loss despite the fact the quarterback was clearly hurt, Mike Wise of the Washington Post says it’s not that easy.
– Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray is returning for his senior year.
– Looks like our old friend Rob Mullens is keeping Chip Kelly at Oregon.
– The battle between the Houston Rockets and Royce White continues.
– It’s not just the hair style that makes Gonzaga’s Kelly Olynyk an interesting story.
– After an ugly first half, Minnesota improves to 14-1 with a win over Northwestern.
– Kansas escapes with a 69-62 win over visiting Temple.
– North Carolina drops its ACC opener at Virginia.
– Kenny Boynton scores 28 points as Florida wins at Yale.
– Mitch McGary shows why he was a coveted recruit in Michigan’s win over Iowa.
– Don’t look now, but UCLA is starting to put it all together.