Dear U of L Fans,
Thank you for alerting me within seconds of my arrival at work to the fact that UK will be “giving up all dem wins dog”. I understand that this misinformation you overheard was the highlight of your Memorial Day Weekend and was the cornerstone of conversation as you threw a beach ball back and forth to your line-bearded brethren in some mildewed, Bud Ice littered, above ground pool. I have to admit, I was not terribly surprised when I asked which part of the New York Time’s article you felt was most damaging to Bledsoe’s amateur status that you were not aware that these issues had arisen from an article in the aforementioned paper. I further gathered through your slack-jawed expression that you were not totally confident such a paper existed or even that information could be disseminated in the written form, other than tattoo, in a top to bottom, left to right method.
With respect to the accusations levied at Bledsoe, I might encourage you to take a more wait-and-see approach before talking too much trash at this early stage. You don’t want to count your Syphers before they’ve come full term and risk having UK not become the recipient of the NCAA sanctions you so desperately crave. Going forward, recruiting violations should not be a tremendous issue for UK as now we allow U of L to handle most of that process, save the signing. Since UK and U of L now share recruits in the same way Deebo and Red shared their bike in the movie Friday, I hope going forward U of L does their due diligence in checking the backgrounds of all future recruits to alleviate any future allegations of wrongdoing by UK.
Again, U of L fan, thanks for providing me this morning with information that was almost correct and nearly four days old. I didn’t know you could steal a smartphone that worked on a dial-up connection but I’ve learned never to underestimate you.