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Big Blue Links: SEC Tourney requires open wallet

Big Blue Links for Wednesday: – Looking for SEC Tournament tickets? It may cost you. Nashville’s close proximity to the Big Blue Nation, coupled with Kentucky’s 31-0 run, has driven up ticket prices. [Tennessean] – Austin Kendall, a highly-regarded quarterback … Continue reading

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Big Blue Links for Friday

Big Blue Links for Friday: Mark Story of the H-L brings the history today with his column about Kentucky entering into serious talks with the ACC back during the C.M. Newton administration. Personally, I’m happy UK has stuck with the … Continue reading

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Rick Pitino says he never had a bad day at Kentucky

Rick Pitino said, “I don’t know what the heck I’m doing here.” “Here” was the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Sunday in Springfield, Mass. where the current Louisville and former Kentucky coach, winner of two national titles, was … Continue reading

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Frank Haith could record rare feat at Rupp Arena

Thanks to an alert e-mailer, who points out that Missouri coach Frank Haith will be trying to join a very exclusive club on Saturday night when he brings his Tigers to Lexington. Haith could be only the second opposing coach … Continue reading

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NY Times: What Kentucky can teach Penn State

In the wake of the NCAA’s punishment of Penn State, Harvey Araton, sports columnist for the New York Times, has written a piece about what Kentucky learned from its basketball probation in the early 1990s and how it could help … Continue reading

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More thoughts on job spinning and Tee Martin

Off the top of my shiny head: – Let’s not go overboard on Tee Martin. He is a good young coach with a reputation for being a top recruiter, but he’s not Gus Malzahn, much less Bill Walsh. If he … Continue reading

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