Dec 2, 2012; Lexington , KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats head coach Mark Stoops spoke to reporters along side University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto at the Nutter Field House. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Neal Brown has multiple decisions to make

Kentucky is still searching for an offensive coordinator. According to John Clay, both Mark Stoops and Neal Brown are still talking. It’s possible that Brown could interview for three head coaching jobs at Arkansas State, Louisiana Tech, and Southern Mississippi. Brown is reportedly interviewing with Southern Miss today.

Brown is only 32, which would make him one of the youngest head coaches in college football should he interview and accept one of those jobs. That said, Massachusetts considered him for their head coaching position in both 2008 and after the 2011 season. It’s a wait and see at this point.

Tom Keegan of the Lawrence Journal-World is of the opinion that Mark Mangino could be under consideration for the OC opening at Kentucky. Mangino was a former head coach at Kansas.

In today’s Major League Baseball Rule 5 draft, former Kentucky outfielder Sawyer Carroll was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the minor league portion of the draft. He was previously with the San Diego Padres.

There is some news on the SEC Network according to Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports.


Don’t forget that if you are in the Louisville area, you can meet the 1995-96 Kentucky Wildcats national championship team. Well, most of them, anyway. The signing is located at Cardboard Heroes at Mall St. Matthews. The group session autograph ticket costs $75 but you can buy additional individual tickets for only $15 a piece.

If you are in the Louisville area, there is a great Groupon deal going on for Fan Outfitters. For only $10, you can buy $20 in merchandise at either one of the Louisville stores. This is a fantastic deal and will only be going on for about 2 more days so take advantage of it while you can!

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