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Sep 30

Thursday Morning Links

Posted by: Ryan Richardson | Leave a Comment (0)
Category: Random Notes

A group of leaders on the UK football team approach Joker about some changes during practice.

Cat Scratches has an article about the offensive line, their pride, and protection of their quarterback.

Bleed Blue Kentucky previews the Cats and Rebels.

The Bleacher Report predicts the Cats will win 38-20.

College Football News predicts the Cats to get a win against Ole Miss.

Kyle Veazey of the Clarion Ledger talks about Ole Miss injuries for this weekend.

Chip Cosby has a good article on Chris Matthews and how he is stepping up his game.

Former Cat David Hopewell talks with Larry Vaught about what the Cats have to do to get a win in Oxford.

Tom Leach has some post practice interviews from Joker and Hartline.

Tyler Thompson thinks the Ole Miss game will set the tone for Kentucky.

Larry Vaught:  Cats hope to find a way to stop quarterback Jeremiah Masoli.

Rivals ranks the nations best running backs, Derrick Locke makes an appearance.

Eamonn Brennan has some great info on the Kanter case.

Enes Kanter, Terrence Jones, and Brandon Knight are all on ESPN’s preseason Wooden Award watch list.

Jerry Tipton writes about the fans that are camping out for Madness tickets and how they are lobbying for Kanter.

Dick Vitale writes that the NCAA should expedite investigations.

Patrick Patterson is adjusting to life in the NBA.

Mr. SEC recaps Coach Cal’s speaking engagement in Birmingham.

Former Kentucky great Jamal Mashburn sits down with Dime Magazine in a must read for Cat fans.

SEC Insider interviews John Calipari.

A Sea of Blue has an update on the Wildcat Tip-off magazine and how you can get a copy.

Wildcat Blue is doing a freshman segment.  Meet Doron Lamb.

Antoine Walker wants back in the NBA bad.

Cat fans say Tent City is even crazier.

Nation of Blue has an update from Big Blue Madness campers.

Washington Examiner:  John Wall acting like an NBA veteran.

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