Found November 05, 2011 on
The Ole Miss Blog:
Brandon Bolden expects a dog fight with the Kentucky Wildcats this afternoon because neither team wants to be known as the worst team in the SEC. Sounds exciting, huh? We'll be watching and talking about it over on the Jake's Ole Miss Blog Facebook Page. Come join us. The interesting things to watch in the game will be the performance of a freshman heavy defense and whether the Rebels can simply remember how to win. After all, it's been a while. They'll be facing a freshman Kentucky quarterback. My fear is that Kentucky will look like a good football team in this game. I know that's your fear too. After all, we are Ole Miss fans. I am quite confident the game will be a nail biter, so come on over to the Facebook page and let's get through this morass that is the battle to not be the worst together.
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Well, Wildcat Blue Nation will finish up our wonderful previews with the final preview of the month, the preview of possibly the most important position on the team, the coaches. Let's get it poppin'.Name: Kenny PaynePosition: Assistant CoachA little about the Coach (from UK athletics):Kenny Payne begins his second year with John Calipari and Kentucky men's basketball...
College basketball is right around the corner. Games will be starting in a day or so. College basketball might be the only game in town, which will give even more attention to the college game. I can’t wait for this upcoming season.
Here at Roundballchat I will release my top 100 teams for the 2011-12 college basketball season. I will start at 100 and count my way...
Man does a win feel good? Albeit, Old Miss isn't exactly Alabama or anything, but they're still a SEC team and that counts for something. Kentucky was able to muster their first semblance of an offense this year and the Wildcat defense was able to limit the damage done by Ole Miss and all of the sudden, we're talking about the possibility of bowl eligibility again. Amazing...
The Kids Are (mostly) Alright
Sorry this nightcap won’t cover what I am sure will be Maxwell Smith’s glorious starting debut that will launch his 2013 Heisman campaign, but this writer will be in attendance for that shining moment so it may not be feasible to come...
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The Kentucky defense has played with a purpose today as true freshman QB Max Smith has been efficient enough to lead UK to two scoring drives. Danny Trevethan snagged his fourth INT of the year, which led to a Craig McIntosh field goal. RB Coshik Williams has 48 yard rushing on 12 carries and the games lone touchdown.Keep following www.wildcatbluenation.com for the best in Kentucky...
Determined to put Kentucky in the best possible position entering the start of the early signing period on Wednesday, John Calipari condemned the dirty recruiting tactics of his competitors in a story published Friday on his official website.
Calipari doesn't specifically name another coach or refer to a particular incident, but he uses his platform to advise the prospects he...
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Kentucky offensive guard Stuart Hines has been named a finalist for the seventh-annual Sportsmanship Award, presented by the Awards and Recognition Association (ARA) to an NCAA Division I football player who best personifies the spirit of sportsmanship.