Big Blue Links: August 11


Big Blue Links for Sunday:

– In college sports, line between gamesmanship and cheating is blurred, writes Jerry Tipton of H-L in his Sunday notebook.

– Mark Story of H-L writes column on former UK star Joe Federspiel, who’s son-in-law John Schlarman is now Kentucky’s offensive line coach.

My column on the swagger of new UK offensive coordinator Neal Brown.

No standing on the sidelines during UK football practice, reports Jennifer Smith of the Herald-Leader.

Mark Stoops was in a happier mood after his team’s physical practice on Saturday, reports Kyle Tucker of the Courier-Journal.

– Western running back Antonio Andrews sets a high standard, writes Tim Sullivan of the Courier-Journal.

– Kentucky rebounds with better effort, reports WKYT.

kempjojo300– Cat Scratches has a UK practice report plus D.J. Eliot video.

– Larry Vaught of the Advocate-Messenger reports that coach says Trey Lyles is a rare talent.

More practice notes from Matt May of the Cats Pause.

– Recruiting rumors bother Okafor, reports Scott Powers of ESPN Chicago.

– UK Football Fan Day merged with fall camp, reports A Sea of Blue.

– David Climer of the Tennessean says Vanderbilt needs to repair its front porch in response to indictments.

– Auburn coach Gus Malzahn is coy about the Tigers’ quarterback battle, reports Ryan Black of the Ledger-Enquirer.

Recruits must sift through red tape to find legitimate offers, reports John Talty of the Clarion-Ledger.

– David Paschall of the Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that running back Todd Gurley looking to improve at Georgia.

– Florida quarterback Jeff Driskell looks sharp upon return, writes Jesse Simonton of the Miami Herald.

– Tavin Dural could give LSU a much-needed deep threat, reports Glenn Guilbeau of Shreveport Times.

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