Big Blue Links: August 9

williamson2012-312Big Blue Links for Friday:

– Jennifer Smith of Herald-Leader writes that UK football’s senior class is eager to reignite the flame. The Cats have won two SEC games in the past two years.

Suitors are lining up for Ballard’s Quentin Snider, reports Ben Roberts of the H-L. Snider withdrew his commitment to Louisville and is taking calls.

– Mark Story of the Herald-Leader writes that even off the field, U of L quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is ready for the big-time.

– UK is working on a blank canvas at wide receiver, reports Guy Ramsey of Cat Scratches. Not a single returning receiver caught a single touchdown pass a year ago.

Julius Mays has made a deal to play overseas, reports Eric Lindsey of

– New targeting rule makes Alabama coach Nick Saban nervous, reports Don Kausler of

– Yankees manager Joe Girardi talked to the Crimson Tide football team, reports John Zenor of the AP.

– John Adams of the Knoxville News-Sentinel thinks Tennessee football is due for a run of good luck. If it weren’t for bad luck, Derek Dooley would have had no luck at all.

– Decimated Vanderbilt basketball is making a trip to Greece, reports Jeff Lockridge of the Tennessean.

– Robbie Andreu of the Gainesville Sun reports that Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel has returned to practice after an appendectomy.

– Linebacker Antonio Morrison is apparently also back with the Gators, reports Mike DiRocco of Morrison had been suspended indefinitely.

– Manziel family attorney says Texas A&M quarterback will play in opener, reports Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.

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