Posted: 9:01 a.m. Wednesday, July 17, 2013
By Glenn Logan
SEC Media Days continues today, and Mark Stoops and Kentucky will be up later on. Hank has promised coverage, and although I'll be out of pocket all day, I'll do what I can.
Tweet of the Morning:
These two will be attending UK's Friday Night Blue Lights camp in hopes of getting an offer. [Hank]
Spencer Hall's SEC Media Days coverage is the most entertaining. [Hank]
Governor's Cup date and time set. Ohh, shiny. Can the start time be an omen?
Kentucky football's schedule poster. Said to be a must-have.
Rick Bozich ranks Mark Stoops 13th out of 14 SEC coaches, and does it in the annoying third person.
Season ticket sales are starting out strong.
Shucks. There is no Kentucky football buzz in Florida. And I had such hopes ...
John Calipari is in Washington D.C. for the Nike Global Challenge to evaluate recruits.
Luke Kennard recently received a UK offer. Rick Pitino follows suit.
John Calipari is writing another book, which will no doubt be a best-seller. The title is, Players First: Success from the Inside Out.
I'll be buying it, no doubt.
Chad Ford says the 2013-14 Kentucky team is one of the three largest groups of talent in the history of college basketball.
I'd agree with that.
Self-serving statement? I would imagine that those "students with athletic ability" signed with other schools. [Hank]
"Those scholarships fell off the face of the earth," he said. "They didn't get redistributed. To me, there are students with athletic ability who could have gotten a college education, who are not. Why is the NCAA punishing potential students? … It's just not the right way to provide punishment" of an institution.
Mike Slive talks more about the SEC Network at SEC Media Days.
Opening day wrap and today's schedule from SEC Media Days.
Jadeveon Clowney says that Clemson Tigers QB Tajh Boyd, former Arkansas Razorback QB Tyler Wilson, and Georgia Bulldogs QB Aaron Murray are "scared" of him.
Clowney is no doubt a great player, but these sorts of comments don't really do him any good.
I think we made out rather well in the "competition" for SEC Media Guide cover.
Who would you pull for in a North Carolina-Louisville matchup?
Andy Katz's 3-point shot.
Andrew Wiggins wins Gatorade Athlete of the Year.
The NCAA has reached the point where trying to regulate grassroots basketball is no longer productive.
What took them so long?