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Fun in the Flood’s Wednesday News and Views

Not everybody in the Da ‘Ville had as much fun as these two young daredevils. Like the folks who lived next to this sewage treatment plant. Or folks in downtown hospitals. Currently there are no reported deaths — a blessing given the circumstances.

Matt is currently running rescue operations for single females at the bars and Beisner is searching the Wal-Marts in Tampa for pre-natal life preservers. You kids have once again been dropped off at Unca Fake Gimel’s house. Wii Sports Resort just arrived today and I’ve been practicing my basketball skills for when you guys come over. I get first controller — I *always* get first controller.

So while you guys are making Mii’s, let’s review the news of the day:

* The venerable Larry Vaught tweeted yesterday that Coach Calipari said he is looking in China for, “a 7-foot center and 7-foot point guard.” His obvious wisecrack aside, I‘m loving that Cal is helping Kentucky steal away from Arizona the title of Point Guard U. Cal is committed to making the Dribble-Drive Motion offense unstoppable. My best guess is that he’s worked out something nasty that involves Wall and Bledsoe on the floor at the same time that will bust packed-in zones.

* You guys have seen the Tennessee football players being too sexy for their cats, right? But did you know that the shirtless Lamborghini photoshoot was for the official team poster? The Vol’s have been Bad Idea U most of the summer.

And did you know that Lane Kiffin is a man! (A man-y man-man!)

* The affable Chip Cosby gives his top 10 questions facing the Football Wildcats. Quality stuff as usual. A question he didn’t address was the field-goal unit: Last year Kentucky made just 16 of 25 field goals. A separate but related question involves whether the special teams unit will be more consistent throughout the year. These unaddressed questions will also help determine the Wildcat’s success this year.

* Speaking of football, Coach Brooks and the legendary Voice of the Wildcats Tom Leach will be signing copies of their book Rich Tradition at Joseph-Beth Bookstore in Lexington later today at 7 PM.

Well, that’s all for tonight. Go get in your jammy-jams and brush your teeth. We’ll be back later this morning with some more awesome posting, including another update to the famous “Where in the World is Billy Gillispie (with Three I’s)” report. Stay tuned, and stay high n’ dry.

Article written by The Fake Gimel Martinez

I may be fake, but my passion for UK sports is real. Probably put all my best work at Aseaofblue.com and firebilly.com, so go there when I start coasting here.