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Father’s Day Sunday Morning Links

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Fathers make us who we are; sleepless nights as a baby, teaching fundamentals as a toddler, enforcing morals as a teen. Fathers stand in front as protectors, and pave the way through obstacles. Fathers give us strength when we are weak and guide us when we are lost. Fathers make sacrifices to pass a better life on, and give us unconditional love through it all. Fathers are our heroes. The strongest person we know, and the one we aspire to emulate.

Whether you’re a father spending the day playing unlimited poker, drinking beer, and shooting guns with the bros, or rounding up the crew around the homestead for some good old fashioned family time, today we celebrate you, Dad. Thanks for all you do.

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— Mark Story at the Herald-Leader writes something every Kentucky fans surely wants to read… Why Louisville athletics is better than Kentucky’s. Even though the numbers he provides fails say that at all. It doesn’t make sense. See for yourself.

— Following the Kentucky All-Star team’s loss to Indiana, Dominique Hawkins says his first week as a Wildcat has been a dream come true.

— The College World Series is underway in Omaha, Nebraska, and the first two games are in the books. Mississippi State knocked off Oregon State 5-4, and Indiana beat Louisville 2-0.

— Speaking of the “CoLLLege” World Series, did you know a massive typo was allowed to get through and painted on the dugouts? Not a good look, NCAA.

Phil Mickelson will have the lead at U.S. Open Championship heading into the final round Sunday. His -1 score gives him a one-stroke cushion over the three-way tie for 2nd between Charl Schwartzel, Hunter Mahan, and Steve Stricker. All the way back in 31st is Tiger Woods at +9 for the tournament.

— The NBA Finals is headed to game five after a 2-2 split in the first four. Tonight in San Antonio, Parker and the Spurs get set for LeBron and the Heat in what is likely the pivotal game of the series.

Article written by Stuart Hammer

B.S. Broadcast Journalism from the University of Kentucky. @StuartHammerKSR

8 Comments for Father’s Day Sunday Morning Links



  1. Chaz
    10:36 am June 16, 2013 Permalink

    Admittedly, I read sports stories through Blue tinted glasses. After reading Mark Story’s article I must conclude:

    1) Mr. Story’s employer has lost a phenomenal number of paid subscribers and he is building his resume to apply at the Courier Journal.
    2) He wants to prove journalists can still write anything they like and is supporting the First Amendment.
    3) He is spending way too much time with Jerry Tipton.



  2. tdogg40330
    10:37 am June 16, 2013 Permalink

    Happy Fathers Day BBN !!!!



  3. shields eyes
    11:26 am June 16, 2013 Permalink

    Guess what Mark Story…the internet is better than the fish wrap you provide. I can’t wait until the Herald Leader is out of business.



  4. GA Hill
    12:09 pm June 16, 2013 Permalink

    Speaking of “misspelling,” you misspelled Omaha.



  5. Serious question
    12:46 pm June 16, 2013 Permalink

    Ok just curious, who even still reads the Herald Liar? Or the Courier Urnal? Isn’t all breaking news on the interwebs now days. Seems like a waste of paper, time, and money to me.



  6. Kernander
    12:59 pm June 16, 2013 Permalink

    Matt you should have hired one Duke grad instead of ten UK grads.

    Stuart thinks the way you spell Omaha is Omana

    Another Einstein added to KSR staff



  7. Doc
    3:15 pm June 16, 2013 Permalink

    Don’t bother linking such drivel. It only gets them more views.



  8. BBN
    5:35 pm June 16, 2013 Permalink

    “Why Louisville athletics is better than Kentucky’s” was never mentioned, written or insinuated in the Mark Story article.

    I don’t like the guy, but his article simply calls Barnhart out for not “owning the state” as he said his tenure would compete to accomplish back when he took the reins in 2002.

    Stuart = fail