Category Archives: Random notes
Some late-afternoon news and notes:
Some random notes for lunch: – It’s official, Tony Barbee has joined John Calipari’s staff. UK made the announcement just a short time ago. Click here to read the release. – Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell re-injured his knee and … Continue reading
In my notes column today, I wrote that UT-Martin quarterback Dylan Favre started his college career at Ole Miss. He started his career at Mississippi State. FYI: Here is Favre’s bio.
Ten links for your Friday lunch: Ultimate frisbee could be next sport to go all-in analytics Ten basketball players who need productive summers Who’s playing well at LeBron James’ Skills Academy Andy Dalton and Hue Jackson are odd couple True … Continue reading
I’m taking the next few days off. Be back soon.
Five links for lunch reading: Mark Coomes says everybody deserves a second chance – even Bobby Petrino. At Gonzaga, Kyle Wiltjer is working to improve his game. Mac Engle of Star-Telegram writes on Charlie Strong and Texas culture. Myron Medcalf … Continue reading
Random notes for Thursday night: – Jamal Adams, son of former UK star George Adams, and godson of former UK head coach Joker Phillips, picked LSU over Florida, where Phillips is an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. Out of Lewisville, … Continue reading
Random notes for a Monday night. – Peter Bukowski of SI.com writes that UK’s James Young is shooting his way up the draft boards of NBA teams. What you’ll miss in Young’s box score if you didn’t watch Saturday is … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Monday: – Mike Rutherford of Card Chronicle offers 11 Monday morning thoughts after Louisville’s loss to the Cats. Here is No. 4. 4. Speaking of Julius Randle, that young man is just as good as advertised. … Continue reading
Random notes on the last Sunday night of 2013. – Hat tip to Rick Bozich, who points us to Rick Pitino’s blog post tonight, which discussed Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Saturday’s loss to Kentucky. Needless to say, we were … Continue reading