Top 2013 recruit Wayne Selden has trimmed his list, and it does not include Kentucky. He had been considering the Wildcats for awhile now, up until this point. He could have possibly dropped Kentucky thinking that there would be no room for him if the Wildcats get the players everyone expects them to get. He trimmed his list to Ohio St, UCLA, Kansas, Florida, Mizzou and Syracuse.
Keith Clanton, the forward from University of South Florida has decided to stay with UCF. When UCF was given a post season ban, he decided to transfer. His choices were Florida State and Kentucky. In the end, however, he has decided that he will not transfer.
As we prepare ourselves, get our war paint on, and trash talk for the Louisville game on September 2nd, here is a good little article on the history of the rivalry when Louisville is ranked. The past 4 times Kentucky has played Louisville when they were ranked, they have split the record 2-2.
In an early Bracketology, Joe Lunardi has Louisville as the overall number 1 seed and Kentucky as the number 3 overall 1 seed. In Kentuckys bracket the top 6 are:
2 – Kansas
3 – Wisconsin
4 – Memphis
5 – UNLV
6 – Cincinnati
Not a bad draw for Kentucky I don’t think.
Last year the Kentucky football team only had one drive over 90 yards, that happened to be a 2 play drive against Central Michigan when Josh Clemons went off for an 87 yard run. Yesterday in practice they had a 14 play 98 yard touchdown drive. Either that’s really good offense or really bad defense. The football team also had 2 kickoff returns in practice.