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Now, The Article Links-

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Other top recruits have already gotten in touch with Archie Goodwin about the potential of being next in line

Archie Goodwin wants to let other recruits know it’s time to pick Kentucky this year

It behooves the top recruits to wait and see, but that doesn’t mean UK won’t have a top class when all is said and done- it just means it might take Calipari a bit longer to put together

Calipari visited DaJuan Coleman last night and his AAU coach says the race between UK, Syracuse, and Ohio State looks fairly equal right now

Kentucky, Indiana, Purdue and Michigan State are the schools with a chance at landing 2012 recruit Gary Harris

Article written by AaronsUKBasketballBlog

8 responses to “Aaron’s UK Basketball Blog’s Article Links”

  1. mike perry

    awesome before long we will once again have the overall #1 class

  2. tdogg4033011

    1) notta doubt in my mind, 3 years in a row ….. why think differently now?? lol

  3. ed

    anybody remember when just one five star would have been the best we did….not long ago

  4. Lambfor3

    Anyone think we will beat the Tards in football with Joke at the helm? They are the second youngest team in the nation. They beat us with a bunch of young players. We may get drilled next year.

  5. Sid Bream's Leg

    Archie just became my favorite player of the 2012 class.

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  7. Joker sucks

    1) Doesn’t really matter unless we hang a banner!!

    Just sayin’

  8. NBA

    Ola! Kentuckysportsradio,
    Interesting Thoughts, Front Page of Yahoo now.

    Aaron Rodgers(notes) was violated in several ways, and we saw nary a flag.

    First, on second-and-10, Rodgers dumped the ball off to Jarrett Bush(notes) on a play that went for about 15 yards. We actually did see a flag there, but it was for holding on the Packers, not the blatant helmet-to-helmet hit Rodgers took after getting rid of the ball.

    Bertrand Berry(notes) got to Rodgers and jammed the crown of his helmet right up under Rodgers’ facemask. In a year when we’ve seen guys penalized 15 yards for having their knuckles graze a quarterback’s facemask (and just for the record, I’m fine with calls like that, as long as they’re called consistently), it was a bizarre no-call.

    The holding call stood, negated the gain, and pushed the Packers back to their own 10-yard line. Obviously, that had a huge play in the game.

    Secondly, and this no-call seems to be generating more controversy, on the game-ending fumble return play, Cardinals defensive back Michael Adams(notes) hit Rodgers and then facemasked him on the way down. Again, it drew no yellow laundry. You can see it in the picture above, and you can see it in the video here. It wasn’t glancing, incidental contact. That hand was on the facemask for awhile.

    Hands to a quarterback’s face are illegal, period, let alone grabbing his facemask and not letting go for a couple of seconds.

    It all felt an awful lot like one of those basketball games where, at the end, the officials swallow their whistles, and you’d have to hit a guy with a steel folding chair to get a call. There were two blatant violations committed, in a year where we’re emphasizing those exact points, and neither of them were called.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdow…

    This was the worst called game of all time, if anything there should be a rematch tomorrow or the Cardinals should cede their win completely. Ridiculous.
    Wishes