Big Blue and SEC links for October 23

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SEC and Big Blue Links:

- Mississippi State assistant David Turner knows Kentucky well. He was on the UK staff under both Bill Curry and Joker Phillips.

- One-handed basketball player — born in Lexington — who has committed to Florida is receiving national attention.

- UK women fine-tuning its offense to get over Final Four hump.

- Kentucky women’s basketball star DeNesha Stallworth wants to meet expectations in her senior season.

- Kentucky’s TraVaughn Paschal and Eric Dixon get their chance and show their stuff.

- Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith cites desire for closure as to why he won’t appeal NCAA suspension.

- NCAA exposes its own legitimacy issues in wake of Miami investigation, writes Yahoo’s Dan Wetzel.

- Dana O’Neil of ESPN says Miami ruling shows NCAA has lost its way.

- ESPN analyst and former Florida State quarterback Danny Kannell says another 200 wins and Nick Saban will be right there with Bobby Bowden.

- Alabama’s defense is the midst of a remarkable stretch. The Tide has allowed 16 points in its last five games — Kentucky is the only team to score a touchdown on Alabama during this stretch.

- Todd Gurley is back at practice for Georgia. The Bulldogs need the star running back after back-to-back losses to Missouri and Vanderbilt.

- A look at where UK’s basketball targets have been on their visits.

SEC football schedule

Thursday, October 24

  • Kentucky at Mississippi St. 7:30 PM ESPN

Saturday, October 26

  • Vanderbilt at Texas A&M 12:21 PM SEC TV
  • Tennessee at Alabama 3:30 PM CBS
  • South Carolina at Missouri 7:00 PM ESPN2
  • Furman at LSU 7:00 PM
  • Florida Atlantic at Auburn 7:30 PM FSN
  • Idaho at Ole Miss 7:30 PM CSS

Saturday, November 2

  • Auburn at Arkansas TBD
  • Tennessee at Missouri TBD
  • Mississippi St. at South Carolina 12:21 PM SEC TV
  • Florida at Georgia 3:30 PM CBS
  • Alabama St. at Kentucky 7:30 PM CSS
  • UTEP at Texas A&M 9:00 PM ESPN

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