The weekend we’ve all been waiting for is finally here. Tomorrow at 3:30 p.m., your Kentucky Wildcats will take on the Georgia Bulldogs for the SEC East in the biggest game in the program’s history. That means we don’t have a lot of time to waste, so let’s get to it.
10 AM – Noon: An Epic KSR
We’ve seen some great pep talks from Ryan Lemond this season, but something tells me today’s will be one for the ages. Start a big weekend right by coming to today’s show at GCH Insurance in Lexington (780 Winchester Road across from the JIF Peanut Butter building). Rockhouse Brewing, Pivot Brewing, and Rise Up Pizza will also be there to make all of your Friday KSR remote dreams come true.
3 – 7 PM: The Paul Finebaum Show on UK’s campus, featuring Matt
Finebaum rolls into town today and will do his show from the SEC Nation set near William T. Young Library. Fans are invited to watch the show, which will also include our own Matt Jones. Make a funny sign and get on out there to make Kentucky look good, or just follow along on the SEC Network.
7 PM: Kentucky Basketball vs. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Remember basketball? John Calipari’s squad takes on Indiana University of Pennsylvania in their final exhibition tonight at Rupp. Last week’s exhibition vs. Transy wasn’t exactly the thrilling romp we all had envisioned, so hopefully the Cats come out with a little bit more fire in them tonight. The game will be shown on the SEC Network with Kevin Fitzgerald and Daymeon Fishback on the call.
7 PM: No. 3 Kentucky Men’s Soccer vs. No. 24 Old Dominion
Another big game is going down on campus tonight, this one at The Bell, where the No. 3 ranked men’s soccer team takes on No. 24 Old Dominion in a winner-take-all match for the Conference USA regular season championship. The match will be streamed live on SEC Network+/WatchESPN.
— Kentucky Men’s Soccer (@UKMensSoccer) November 2, 2018
A big weekend at KSBar and Grille
After his show is over today, Paul Finebaum will make his first appearance at KSBar and Grille to grab some grub and watch the Kentucky. vs. Indiana University of Pennsylvania game. Come join the fun in what will be a wild weekend at the bar.
Jordan Jones will play with a broken hand
Mark Stoops dropped a surprise on reporters yesterday with the news that Jordan Jones broke his hand during practice this week; however, Jones will play vs. Georgia on Saturday wearing a club like Kash Daniel did vs. Missouri. Chris Oats and DeAndre Square will rotate in as needed.
Reminder: Salute to Veterans
Tomorrow is also the program’s annual Salute to Veterans, and yesterday, Rolling Thunder Inc. installed four chairs of honor in the four corners of Kroger Field in memory of prisoners of war missing in action from WWII.
Four Chairs of Honor were dedicated by Rolling Thunder today in the corners of the Kroger Field upper concourse as a lasting tribute to Americans who have sacrificed everything. We hope the #BBN will visit them and remember beginning Saturday. #WeAreUK ?? pic.twitter.com/5ugO6sdj8y
— Kentucky Athletics (@UKAthletics) November 2, 2018
De’Aaron Fox messed around and got a triple double
Fox turned in the first triple double of his NBA career last night with 31 points, 15 assists, and 10 rebounds vs. the Atlanta Hawks. He’s the youngest player in NBA history with a 30, 15, and 10 game and one of only two players to do it before the age of 21. The other? LeBron James. I hear he’s pretty good.
Did you miss any of our Wandale Robinson coverage?
Because we had a lot of it:
- Wandale Robinson Commits to KENTUCKY
- FB Live: Nick Roush on Wandale Robinson’s commitment
- WATCH: Stoops and staff celebrate Wandale Robinson’s commitment
- Why did Wandale Robinson choose Kentucky?
- What Wandale Robinson’s Commitment Means to Kentucky
If you want some entertainment today, look up Nebraska Football fans on Twitter. They salty.
If you need me, I’ll be watching the hype video on loop
Way better than coffee.