California Chrome and Monday Morning Links


Morning links for Monday:

Bluegrass Poll shows that majority of voters oppose state spending $80 million on Rupp Arena and Convention Center.

California Chrome’s use of nasal strips could be a problem at the Belmont.

Churchill Downs’ reputation takes another hit.

Kentucky softball advances to the Super Regional at UCLA.

The brother of NBA player Eric Gordon has Kentucky on his list.

Tim Sullivan thinks the Triple Crown schedule could use a tweak.

After winning the Preakness, Victor Espinoza gets a hero’s welcome at Santa Anita.

Pat Forde with more on California Chrome, New York and the nasal strip controversy.

Andy Beyer writes that California Chrome accomplished a tactically brilliant Preakness.

UK women finish fourth in the SEC track and field regional.

Why the resurrected Roy Hibbert changes everything for the Pacers against the Heat.

Gonzaga adds Southern Cal’s top scorer from a season ago.

Dennis Smith, Jr. is the next great guard out of North Carolina.

Looks like Oregon State is about to hire Montana’s Wayne Tinkle as its new head basketball coach.

The Boston Celtics loom as an interesting destination for Kevin Love.

Kenny Perry wins his third Champions Tour major tournament.

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