Got off the road, go to my office & find out I’ve got a full team doing what it does just about every night: playing pic.twitter.com/bQhunTKe4C
— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) July 20, 2014
Big Blue Links for Sunday:
- Sidelined by freak, gory injury, Collin Cowgill is anxious to rejoin Angels for AL pennant race, says my column.
- Neal Brown goes back to basics with his quarterbacks, reports Jennifer Smith of the Herald-Leader.
- UK lands its second class of 2016 football recruit in McCracken County star, reports Smith.
- Ivan Rabb, ranked No. 1 in basketball class of 2015, is ready to step out of the shadows, reports Ben Roberts of Herald-Leader.
- Photo gallery from LeBron James watching his son play Friday night at Kentucky Basketball Academy.
- Are the Los Angeles Lakers talking trade for Eric Bledsoe? asks Lake Show Life.
- Bledsoe and his camp need a reality check, says Dan Bickley of USA Today.
- Kentucky Travelers win final game, but out of Peach Jam, reports Ben Roberts of Next Cats.
- Jack Givens not a one-and-done fan, but would rather have those players than play against them, reports Larry Vaught of Advocate-Messenger.
- Bleacher Report projects where UK starters rank against SEC competition.
- Darius Miller will compete with John Salmons for Pelicans spot, reports NBC Sports.
- Kentucky football gets its third Yahtzee of the weekend, says Sea of Blue.
- Malik Monk is setting new standards, reports Zagsblog.
- Rick Pitino has a lot to learn entering ACC, reports Courier-Journal.
- Trinity’s Raymond Spalding is deciding soon and Louisville is No. 1, reports Courier-Journal.
- Ex-Louisville star Shoni Schimmel named MVP of WNBA All-Star game, reports Courier-Journal.
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