Towles Talk and Name That Cat Game

steve@realliferadio.com   Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

August 19, 2014

@SteveTressler on Twitter

Story by: Steve Tressler

On Monday Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops announced on Twitter that Patrick Towles would be the starting quarterback to begin the 2014 season for the Wildcats.

As a senior at Highlands HS Towles completed 171 of 279 passes (61.3 percent) for 3,820 yards with 42 touchdowns and only one interception.  Photo by Kentucky.com

As a senior at Highlands HS Towles completed 171 of 279 passes (61.3 percent) for 3,820 yards with 42 touchdowns and only one interception. Photo by Kentucky.com

Towles chose Kentucky over offers from Arkansas, Cincinnati and Louisville to name a few and appeared in five games as a true freshman in 2012. He did not play for Kentucky last season with a redshirt.  The 2012 Mr. Football in the state of Kentucky was known for his strong throwing arm and big body. The 6-5, 240 lb’er won three state titles at Highlands and was coached at QB by none other than Chris Collinsworth, the former Cincinnati Bengal and current NFL broadcaster.  As a starter at Highlands he was 38-1 and his athleticism and mobility is so well known that ESPN rated his college position as “athlete” instead of just quarterback.

Stoops was especially proud of his mental growth. Saying his maturity is what they were watching as much as anything else when making their final decision.

Patrick Towles will be wearing jersey number 14 this year for the Wildcats.

Kentucky will opens 2014 season at home against UT Martin on Saturday, August 30 and the game will be televised live on the SEC network.

Quiz for you: Identify all four former UK football players shown below:

Name these former UK football players from L to R and win nothing! Good luck!

Name these former UK football players from L to R and win nothing! Good luck!

-

 

 

Posted in College Football, Kentucky Wildcat Football | Leave a comment

Stoops’ Second Team will Surprise Us All, Maybe Even Stoops

 

steve@realliferadio.com   Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

August 18, 2014

@SteveTressler on Twitter

Story by: Steve Tressler

  Here is the AQ’s Kentucky gridiron predictions for 2014 by game………..

Steve Tressler, the Armchair Quarterback blogger for Kentucky.com, makes his prediction for Kentucky's 2014 football season. He thinks the Cats will finish 6-6 on the season and receive a bowl berth.

Steve Tressler, the Armchair Quarterback blogger for Kentucky.com, makes his prediction for Kentucky’s 2014 football season. He thinks the Cats will finish 6-6 on the season and receive a bowl berth.

 

Posted in College Football | Leave a comment

The #1 and #2 Greatest Kentucky Recruiting Classes Ever?

steve@realliferadio.com   Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

July 25, 2014

@SteveTressler on Twitter

Story by: Steve Tressler  

If you want to win football games in the mighty SEC, then you better win the recruiting battle as well. (see: Franklin, James Vanderbilt.)  No gridiron coach in UK’s history has had as much success in his first two years of recruiting as Mark Stoops.

We’ve had a few big names pulled in by other coaches. Tim Couch did sign on with Bill Curry. Dennis Johnson did sign on with Hal Mumme. Micah Johnson was a huge get for Rich Brooks. But these were all in-state guys to begin with. Few big names came to Kentucky from outside the commonwealth.

Stoops and company have changed all that.  And just in time to, let’s hope. Over the last 3 years and just 170 miles south, Tennessee has been brought in some impressive recruiting classes by selling the hope of more playing time for freshman.

Stoops has done the same here and the fans are riding a tidal wave of hope because of it. Yours truly is one of them. As proof, when he received a contract extension keeping him here at Kentucky through 2018 season even after winning only two games in his first season fans were relieved he got it.

Such is the state of an SEC football program and fan base desperate to be considered relevant.

Kentucky Wildcats Head Football Coach Mark Stoops has brought in  the #1 and #2 best recruiting classes in the history of Kentucky football.

Kentucky Wildcats Head Football Coach Mark Stoops has brought in the #1 and #2 best recruiting classes in the history of Kentucky football.

Rivals announced that this years’ Kentucky football recruiting class ranked #17 in the nation. Better than traditional powers like Texas (#20), Michigan (#31) and Georgia Tech (#47)  It’s also 13 spots better than Kentucky did last year. The first two recruiting classes for Mark Stoops and his staff are now the #1 and #2 all-time best recruiting classes  in the history of Kentucky football. For Rivals full 2014 list go here: http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/recruiting/teamrank/2014/all/all

The hope now is that all of  the off-season hard work of getting better talent will turn into wins. It’s a slow process but for now most fans will give Stoops and Co. breathing room.

If  the Cats wins 5 games this year it would be a great year by most fans standards.  Is that what you think?

Now tell me how many games you think Kentucky will win this year?

-

Posted in Kentucky Wildcat Football | 2 Comments

Tony Neely’s “Words” to Stoops about the Luncheon Were Exactly Right

steve@realliferadio.com   Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

July 22, 2014

@SteveTressler on Twitter

Story by: Steve Tressler  

Kentucky and Louisville first played on the gridiron in 1912. The rivalry was renewed in 1994 with the announcement of an annual game to be played each year for the “Governor’s Cup.” Kentucky leads the all-time series.

With that I say, sorry to calm everyone down here but Tony Neely, Mark Stoops and Kentucky’s football program didn’t snub the University of Louisville for the annual luncheon.  They gave the Cards’ side of the luncheon and its planning committee more than 2 months notice that they would not attend.

That’s your girlfriend breaking up with you on Valentine’s Day and somehow you’re shocked when she didn’t meet you at the prom.

Besides the game with the Cards is more than 4 months away. Why don’t we wait until the week of the game and then get fired up about it?

I also took issue with people throwing darts at Football Director Tony Neely at Kentucky.

If you’re going to take issue with any athletic staff member at Kentucky, Tony Neely wouldn’t and shouldn’t, make your list. I, and many others, call him behind his back, the nicest guy in college sports.

Plus, the real ‘snub’ award at Kentucky would be a toss-up between Hal Mumme and Billy Gillispie. The two of them snubbed more UK fans than any 3 Louisville coaches combined.

Tony Neely Football Director for the Kentucky Wildcats. Photo courtesy of UK Athletics

Tony Neely Football Director for the Kentucky Wildcats. Photo courtesy of UK Athletics

However, snubs amongst rivals are not uncommon, especially these two . Had this actually been one it would’ve ranked well below many others.

Their were the ‘little brother’ references, the missed calls, the verbal confrontations, etc…

However my favorite rivalry snub here would definitely belong to Coach Joe B. Hall and the decade long snub of never giving Coach Denny Crum’s Cards a game. Which he did, most likely, because of the position that the legendary Adolph Rupp had on the rivalry. Rupp called a game between the Cats and Cards a lose-lose proposition for the Cats.

Once bitter rivals, Denny Crum and Joe B. Hall, now host a call-in show together and are fishing buddies.

Once bitter rivals, Denny Crum and Joe B. Hall, now host a call-in show together and are fishing buddies.

What you want to believe:  Saturday November 29th, bowl game or no bowl game, Kentucky has something to play for.

The reality: The luncheon thing wasn’t a snub and it’s not even a story really. Besides we have plenty to be bitter about when playing Louisville already.

What is your all-time favorite snub?

-

 

 

 

 

Posted in Kentucky Wildcat Football | Leave a comment

These Cats Turned the ‘Unfair Wichita State Bracket’ into a Final Four Trip

 

steve@realliferadio.com   Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

February 28, 2014


Twitter: @SteveTressler

 

Story by: Steve Tressler      

Admit it to yourself. You were sure the 2014 edition of Kentucky Wildcats would be filed away in the same cognitive folder as the 2013 edition; under: Big Hype, Unfulfilled Promise.

After all, the fan and media buzz was this recruiting class could go 40-0 and win a national title. Ten losses later you were sweating they would even make the NCAA tournament.

What a difference 4 games can make. The Kitty Cats have scratched their way into the Final Four and in doing so filled the fans with an excitement they haven’t felt since the 1998 team beat Duke en route to the 1998 National Title and exercised the demons that were created by Laettner and Co.

The 2012 edition of the Cats was supposed to win the title. That whole year was fun watching them beat up the rest of the country. It would have been dissapointing had they not won the national title.

These Cats however, for some fans, were an utter dissapointment. No 40 wins, no SEC title, regular season or tournament, ten losses and an #8 seed in the NCAA tournament. Pass the Tums please.

Kentucky Wildcats guard Aaron Harrison (2) hit the game winning three pointer with 3.0 seconds left, as Kentucky defeated Michigan 75-72 in the Elite 8 on Sunday March 30, 2014 in Indianapolis, IN. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff HERALD-LEADER

Kentucky Wildcats guard Aaron Harrison (2) hit the game winning three pointer with 3.0 seconds left, as Kentucky defeated Michigan 75-72 in the Elite 8 on Sunday March 30, 2014 in Indianapolis, IN. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff HERALD-LEADER

To be fair though, the expectations put on this group from day one were completely unreasonable, and it started with Coach Cal.

The tweak? Who knows what that was. The guess here is the ‘tweak’ was Cal just letting the players play and not getting on them for making freshman mistakes, after all, they are freshman, right?

In doing so, the Cats responded by playing selfless team basketball that was heavy on old-school defense and rebounding but with just the right mix of high-flying dunks and razzle-dazzle that was sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

The bracket that was so ‘unfair’ to Wichita State was a springboard for these Cats to reach the Final Four. They systematically and in exciting fashion took down the #9 seed, then the #1 seed, then their in-state rival and the #4 seed, and finally the #2 seed on their way to an improbable trip to the to the 2014 Final Four. The 3rd Final Four for Kentucky in 4 years.

The SEC was supposed to be having a down year in men’s basketball? After all only 3 teams made the NCAA tournament. Those 3 teams however all made it to the Sweet 16, and 2 are in the Final Four. Not bad for a weak basketball conference, huh ESPN?

Kentucky Wildcats guard Aaron Harrison (2) was mobbed by his teammates after hitting the game winning three pointer as Kentucky defeated Michigan 75-72 in the Elite 8 on Sunday March 30, 2014 in Indianapolis, IN. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff HERALD-LEADER

Kentucky Wildcats guard Aaron Harrison (2) was mobbed by his teammates after hitting the game winning three pointer as Kentucky defeated Michigan 75-72 in the Elite 8 on Sunday March 30, 2014 in Indianapolis, IN. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff HERALD-LEADER

The really exciting part about this team though, is you get the feeling they’re not done just yet.

It’s also nice to see them smile for once, they’ve earned it.

-

 

Posted in Kentucky Wildcat Basketball | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Remember Big Blue Faithful, It Ain’t Over, Till It’s Over

steve@realliferadio.com   Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

February 28, 2014

@SteveTressler

 

Story by: Steve Tressler      

Yogi Berra famously quipped once, “it ain’t over, till it’s over.”

Certainly this batch of UK players needs to understand that. Almost all the things being said about this team were said about the 2011 Final Four team.

After all, the 2011 team got into the NCAA tournament with a 25-8 record, but did win the SEC tournament championship.  The difference with this year’s team is that they have no major contributions from a senior at center (Josh Harrellson), or perimeter help from experienced outstanding juniors (see Darius Miller and DeAndre Liggins).

Coach Calipari commented before his teams match-up this year with Florida that, he had ‘18-year-old kids playing against 22 and 23-year-old men.’

Yeah coach, that’s what you get when your team is full of one-and-done’s.

And there’s the rub.

There is not another program in the nation whose fans are as knowledgeable or fanatical as the University of the Kentucky. And don’t forget, as demanding.

They Cats have 3 regular season games remaining before heading south to the Georgia Dome for the 2014 the SEC tournament. The guess here is, they win out. Yes, I think they’ll beat Florida in Gainesville.

My hope is that Florida is still #1 when they do. The last time Florida was #1 Kentucky blasted them right out of the top spot with a 70-55 beat-down at Rupp. It sure would be sweet to do it again, and this time in Gainesville.

After all, it ain’t over till it’s over.

FYI – No one rushed the court after UK beat No. 1 Florida.

Posted in Kentucky Wildcat Basketball | 2 Comments

Kentucky Pounces on Tennessee at the Border Bowl!

 

steve@realliferadio.com Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

January 28, 2014

Story by: Steve Tressler

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. -  Seven years ago a couple of eastern Kentucky natives began talking about how they could get more attention from colleges for the student-athletes in the mountains of eastern Kentucky and Tennessee.  After all, it seemed like Knoxville and Lexington had no trouble garnering attention for their prep athletes. So they picked a sport that had the most athletes that could compete at once, and would also draw a crowd of fans and college coaches alike.

They settled on high school football.

So former UK Quarterback Freddie Maggard got a call from Scottie Sloan (now the Recruiting and Retention CSM for the Ky. Natl Guard) to go to Williamsburg, Ky. and check out this high school game being played called the Border Bowl, which got its start thanks to another eastern Kentucky gentleman who got it all started with a little help from his neighbors, Whitley County Coroner Andy Croley.

They settled on re-inventing the HS all-star game between Tennessee and Kentucky and called it the Border Bowl.  After the first year they knew they couldn’t continue going at it alone. So they took on sponsors, most importantly the Kentucky National Guard. As it turned out, the National Guard would also have something to offer the players as well, money for college.

dgfhtg

So the second year the game was played it was called the National Guard Border Bowl. Now the game had Soldiers working the event with military precision…see SFC Bobby Jones, a Soldier and co-founder of Mountain Preps radio and press.

http://www.mountainpreps.com/

After 7 years the National Guard Border Bowl has helped to produce over 3.5 million dollars in scholarship money for these young men. And for the National Guard’s investment they have gotten several outstanding Soldiers that played in the game at one time.

Now in its seventh year, the National Guard Border Bowl continues to grow thanks to the efforts of people like MSG Brad Harlan, the marketing NCO for the KANG, and Kierre Brown, a Soldier and Director of Marketing for the KANG and the always stellar efforts of Mackenzie Hanes, also a major cog in the Kentucky National Guard marketing wheel.

The game itself has even began to flaunt a little star power of its own. From hardly any media coverage in year one, to local coverage by year three, to regional coverage by year four, to this year’s game being nationally televised on Fox College Sports by former Tennessee Coach and 1998 National Champion Phillip Fulmer, former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Wally Williams. Also staying true to its title as the National Guard Border Bowl, a Soldier served as the play-by-play commentator on the broadcast.

Andy Croley, the Chair for the Border Bowl committee, defers all the credit of the Border Bowl’s success to Freddie Maggard and his help, and Freddie Maggard says it’s all Andy Croley and the people of Williamsburg. The truth is the Border Bowl and its success is the result of a lot of people working hard at making the event a success for the players, the community and the sponsors.

“It’s all about making these kids feel great and treating them like stars the whole time they’re here.” “We want them all to go to college and get an education, whether they play football or not” says Croley.

Lexington athletes represented themselves well, as did Paducah Tilghman whose linebackers carried the Kentucky defense, to a 37-13 win. The largest margin of victory in the series to date.

It has become a larger event every year and draws some of the finest military personnel, media and sports personalities to date.

Former US Navy Seal Howard Wasdin, State CSM Thomas Chumley (Kentucky), former NFL QB Chad Pennington, former NFL RB Marc Logan, whose son Marcelis played in this years game and runs a 4.2 40-yard-dash, and many more, Larry Glover, Dick Gabriel, Jennifer Nime Palumbo, Larry Vaught….etc.

Border Bowl hype video:     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7575sorjTE

Lexington Catholic was represented well also with DE Marty Brown, the sure hands of WR David Bouvier, the speed of Marcelis Logan, and the power running of Noah Mitchell.

Tennessee leads the new series 4-3.

The following notes from Mike Fields on local athletes:

Scott Daniel, a Mr. Football finalist who helped Scott County win the Class 6A title, was the MVP of the seventh annual National Guard Border Bowl last weekend. Daniel had a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, and caught a TD pass to lead the Kentucky all-stars past Tennessee 37-13. Elijah Bell of Henry Clay and Noah Mitchell of Lexington Catholic each ran for a TD. Wayne County’s Tyler Guffey had 81 yards rushing and passing. Casey Dionne of Madison Southern had a 33-yard fumble return for a score. Bryan Station’s Ora “Bo” Johnson and Lexington Catholic’s Marty Brown were among the leading tacklers.

Posted in High School Football | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

BCS National Championship Facts for Tonight and a Score Prediction

 

steve@realliferadio.com Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

January 6, 2014

Story by: Steve Tressler

Auburn is a 10 point underdog tonight.

Against the BCS system:   The last college football game of the season is tonight, and happy to say, the last BCS (BS) National Champion will be crowned at its conclusion.

For the BCS system:  After all the bellyaching over the BCS, the top two teams according to the AP poll and the BCS have played each other the last nine years in a row.

Fun Fact:  FSU Tight End Nick O’Leary is the grandson of golfing great Jack Nicklaus. Even better, he will make some noise tonight as an impact player.

Game MVP tonight, my guess;   Auburn’s RB Tre Mason.

4 of the top 10 teams are from the SEC.

Gus Malzahn might have done the best coaching job in America, taking a team from a 3-9 record the year before, to the title game the next year.

Many people, including the Auburn AD who hired him say that, Malzahn was the real brains behind Chizik’s 2010 national-title team.

Forget total offense, in the SEC championship game alone Auburn ran for 545 yards.

Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston turned 20-years-old today.

At kickoff tonight in Pasadena, Ca. it will be 80 degrees warmer than it is here.

Final Score prediction:  FSU 38

Auburn 34

Am I wrong?


 
Posted in College Football | Tagged | Leave a comment

Congrats to Jennifer Nime Palumbo and 7 Sporty Thoughts for the Weekend

Story by: Steve Tressler

steve@realliferadio.com Real Life Radio 1380am/94.9 fm

November 22, 2013

LEXINGTON – As a reminder, just in case you don’t know, it was 50 years ago today that the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, was assassinated. In his inaugural address he spoke of the need for all Americans to be active citizens. The most  famous line to come out of that speech was; “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”

Today is the 50th Anniversary of the death of the nations 35th President, John F. Kennedy. May you rest in peace Mr. President.

Today is the 50th anniversary of the death of the nations 35th and only Catholic President, John F. Kennedy. May he rest in peace.

What seems to have been lost in that speech was an equally powerful message to the world to join together and fight “the common enemies of man; tyranny, poverty, disease, and war itself.’

My how times have changed, or have they?

And now ’7 sporting thoughts’ for the weekend!

1 – HS Football playoffs are going into week 3 – Region Champions are crowned tonight so go to a game and support these young athletes.

2 – With 3 freshmen on the Naismith Award Watch list (James Young, Andrew Harrison and Julius Randall), Kentucky has tied the all-time record for a team to have 3 nominees in the same year. The other team? Kentucky 2011-12.  How many players from Kentucky have won the award? Answer: 1, Anthony Davis, 2012. The most winners? Duke, 7.

Anthony Davis was the 2012 Naismith Player of the Year in CBB. The only player from Kentucky to be named one.

Anthony Davis was the 2012 Naismith Player of the Year in  Men’s CBB. The only player from Kentucky to ever receive the honor.

3 – Speaking of HS Football congratulations to the;

BLUEGRASS ALL-STARS (STATE TEAM)

Elijah Bell (RB, Henry Clay), Logan Blue (LB, Owensboro), Matt Boston (OL, Glasgow), Dylan Boures (OL, Boyle Co.), David Bouvier (WR, Lexington Catholic), Cody Chaffin (LB, South Warren), Cameron Cheuvront (WR, Somerset), Trevante Coleman (LB, Tilghman), Barrett Croslin (TE, Russellville), Scott Daniel (DB, Scott Co.), Ryan Duvall (DL, Apollo), Chad Eaton (WR, Barren Co.), Nacarius Fant (WR, Bowling Green), Rondell Green (DB, Bowling Green), Joseph Hawkins (DL, Franklin-Simpson), Devin Hayes (QB, Bowling Green), Chris Hudson (TE, Hazard), Carlton Huff (DL, Monroe Co.), Evan Jaggers (WR, Green Co.), Will Jenkins (OL, Bowling Green), Brenan Kuntz (QB, Simon Kenton), Adrian Middleton (LB, South Warren), Jake Mills (OL, Bowling Green), Kyle Nelson (DB, Lafayette), Derik Overstreet (DL, Tilghman), Lincoln Quick (LB, Bowling Green), Chris Roberts (LB, Franklin Co.), John Scruggs (DB, Holmes), Kegan Skidmore (OL, Somerset), Darius Spivey-Nunn (DB, Tilghman), Devin Taylor (RB, West Jessamine), Blue Tisdale (RB, Bowling Green), Jacob Tompkins (K, Mason Co.), Jacob VanMeter (DL, Scott Co.), Ben Walling (OL, Simon Kenton), Palmer Ward (K, Scott Co.), Hasani Warren (DB, Belfry), Carson Whitehead (LB, Harlan Co.), Christon Woods (DL, Owensboro), Travis Wright (OL, Scott Co.). http://www.kentucky.com/2013/11/22/2947368/state-roster-set-for-best-of-the.html

4 – And also to The Herald-Leader’s 2013 All-City Volleyball Team!

Elle Barnett, Henry Clay, Sr., outside hitter

Kendall Beerman, Tates Creek, Jr., outside hitter

Olivia Canales, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Jr., outside hitter

Ca’Layci Coffey, Henry Clay, Jr., middle blocker

Leah Edmond, Paul Dunbar, So., outside hitter

Alli Evans, Lexington Christian, Sr., outside hitter

Hope Gassett, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Sr., libero

Chandler Kinley, Lafayette, Sr., setter

Macy Reihing, Tates Creek, Fr., defensive specialist

Hallie Shelton, Henry Clay, Fr., outside hitter/ middle blocker

5 – Best HS game?  Lexington Catholic hosts the upstart Mercer Co. (which beat the undefeated Boyle Co. last week) at Lexington Catholic HS or tune into 94.9fm at 7pm.

Best CFB game on TV this weekend? #3 Baylor @ #9 OK State.

6 – Weekend snoozer game, Chattanooga @ #1 Alabama, really Saban?

7 – Broncos and Patriots on Sunday night should be fun. Manning vs. Brady is always a show.

 

AND Congratulations to Jennifer Nime Palumbo on being named the MC for the 2014 National Guard Border Bowl between Tennessee and Kentucky scheduled for Saturday, January 11th, 2014 at University of the Cumberlands, in Williamsburg, Ky. She will be the first woman to MC the event and maybe one of its best athletes as well. Jennifer was my golf partner for the 2011 Wounded Warrior golf scramble…….and yes she beat me……easily.

Jennifer Nime Palumbo is the co-anchor of the Fox 56 Ten O'Clock News in Lexington, Ky.

Jennifer Nime Palumbo is the co-anchor of the Fox 56 Ten O’Clock News in Lexington, Ky.

Brave the weather and get out and have fun!

 

Posted in High School Football, Kentucky Wildcat Basketball, Kentucky Wildcat Football | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Undefeated and National Champions?! Uh, Not So Much.

Story by: Steve Tressler

steve@realliferadio.com Real Life Radio 1380/94.9 fm

November 4, 2013

LEXINGTON – Did you ever get the sensation you know what’s gonna happen before it does?  Some might call it a premonition.

Well I have an eerie feeling that ‘The’ Ohio State University will win the last BCS national championship over Alabama. The final score?  Let’s go Buckeyes 27 and the ‘Crimson Tide’ 25.

I agree with John Clay when he says that the Kentucky Men’s Basketball team will not go undefeated. Yes, these Cats are good, yes they’ll go deep in the tourney, yes I believe a final four is not out of the question, but no they will not go undefeated. Kentucky Men’s basketball final record 37-4 and NCAA National Runner-Up.

The NCAA Champion, oh wow, don’t know how to say it nicely, DUKE. Ouch!

Kansas and Ohio State will also be in the final four.

Pretty cool to see Boston win the world series after a couple of idiots ruined the marathon last spring.

Even better that, sorry Dick Gabriel, that the St. Louis Cardinals didn’t win!

NBA Finals this year?  Thunder vs. Heat – Heat repeat, gag.

Craig Skinner and the UK Volleyball team are close to a national title appearance if they decide to play hard through the WHOLE remainder of the season.

And finally a prediction; the Cincinnati Bengals will make it to the AFC title game ….and lose.

Joke of the week: Do you know why Snoop Dogg carries an umbrella?

Fo’ drizzle!

You know you loved that!

Oh well – we’ll see…….

-

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in Baseball, High School Basketball, Kentucky Wildcat Basketball, Kentucky Wildcat Football, NBA, NFL Football | Leave a comment