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.
– 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.