BBL: Decision day for UK target Ryan Timmons

Big Blue Links for Tuesday:

* Chris Low of espn.com predicts that UK will get commitments from Ryan Timmons and James Hearns. Timmons is announcing at 1 p.m. Check the blog for updates.

* In Jaleel Hytchye, UK got a four-star commitment and a five-star lobbyist, writes Mark Story of the Herald-Leader.

* Guy Ramsey of Cat Scratches has the story behind that UK football spot that ran during the Super Bowl.

* Longer opponents have posed problems for South Carolina, reports Darryl Slater of the Charleston Post and Courier.

* Former Kentucky pitcher and Cy Young winner Brandon Webb is retiring, reports AP.

* South Carolina coach Frank Martin says his defense has regressed, reports Willie T. Smith of Greenville News.

* Kentucky has shown improvement, but John Calipari wants more, more, more, reports Jerry Tipton of the Herald-Leader.

* Nerlens Noel is about to retire the trophy on SEC Freshman of the Week, and other UK notes, from Tipton.

* Kentucky baseball is setting its sights on Omaha, reports Mark Maloney of the H-L.

* Kentucky baseball hopes to continue momentum from last season, reports Ben Jones of Cats Illustrated.

* Kyle Tucker of the Courier-Journal writes that Kentucky basketball is facing an identity crisis.

* Eric Lindsey of CoachCal.com also hits on the identity theme.

* Willie Cauley-Stein is a freshman with a bright future, predicts ESPN’s Myron Medcalf.

* Kentucky’s soft schedule has given it time to work out the kinks, says WDRB’s Eric Crawford.

* UK is starting to show some pace sensitivity, writes Sea of Blue’s Glenn Logan.

* Calipari knows it is embarrassing to players to be called soft, writes Larry Vaught of Danville Advocate-Messenger.

* Kentucky wants to keep streak going tonight against South Carolina, writes David Schuh of the Kentucky Kernel.

* Cats are still in a state of flux, says Jon Hale of KyForward.

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