Author Archives: John Clay
I’m headed out to Keeneland for Herald-Leader Day at the races, but first some links to read over lunch or after lunch. Jon Hood made a trip to Waco Elementary School in Madison County this week Vince Marrow says spring … Continue reading
Billy Hamilton started the season going 0-for-12 and then 1-for-7. After going 0-for-4 on April 14 against Pittsburgh, the Reds’ rookie center fielder and leadoff hitter was batting a hapless .140. Since then, however, Hamilton has picked it up considerably. … Continue reading
Here is John Calipari’s appearance on the Colbert Report last night. The Colbert ReportGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Colbert Report on Facebook
SEC links for Thursday: Tennessee coaching change creates fallout for basketball signees Tyndall could be just what Tennessee basketball needs Missouri search shouldn’t count on Marshall or Floyd Vanderbilt loses basketball assistant to VCU LSU’s Jordan Mickey returning for sophomore … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Thursday: Kentucky is running low on wide receivers, which is not good when you run an Air Raid offense. There were several celebrity sightings Wednesday at UK’s football practice. A determined Bud Dupree wants to have a … Continue reading
ESPN’s sultan of scoop Jeff Goodman is reporting that UTEP’s Tim Floyd has emerged as a strong candidate for the head basketball coach opening at Missouri. Tim Floyd? Really?
It’s easy to forget that a year ago, Johnny Cueto was hopping on and off the disabled list, making just 11 starts, winning just five games, pitching a grand total of 60.2 innings.
Big Blue Links for Wednesday: John Wall and the Washington Wizards beat Chicago in Chicago for the second straight game, this time in overtime, to take a 2-0 lead over the Bulls in the NBA’s Eastern Conference playoffs. Speaking of … Continue reading
If you missed it from Tuesday, here is Julius Randle’s mentor, Jeff Webster, talking about Randle’s decision to enter the NBA Draft.
Three quick things from the Julius Randle announcement that he will enter the NBA Draft. 1. The fulfillment of a dream. Yes, said Julius Randle, he considered returning to Kentucky for his sophomore season to try and win a title, … Continue reading