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Jackie Chan’s Sunday News and Views


Born on this day in 1954, Jackie Chan entered the world as Chan Kong-sang and was destined to become a massive figure in pop culture lore. There’s really no need for introduction as you undoubtedly know his work. The world renowned stuntman has done just about everything in his Hollywood career and his Wikipedia page supports this claim. According to his page, Chan has been involved with acting, action choreographing, comedy, directing, producing, martial arts, screenwriting, entrepreneurship, singing, and stunt performance. (And here I am just sitting behind my computer blogging about UK sports.) He’s perhaps most known for his roles in the Rush Hour film series where he shared the limelight with Chris Tucker.  However, nowadays, Chan is known for the above picture which became immortalized in internet meme lore. (If you’re unfamiliar, follow this link.) Whether you know Jackie Chan for his work in acting or his recent rise to internet fame, you cannot deny his impact on the entertainment industry. So here’s to you, Jackie Chan, because of your general awesomeness, Sunday’s News and Views are dedicated to you.


-Mark Stoops and his band of football Cats continued spring practice today, and from all accounts, it seemed to be one of the season’s best. When asked for comment on the offense’s performance, Offensive Coordinator, Neal Brown, told reporters that his offense was the best he’d seen it all season.  To be specific, Brown stated, “Today was the first day where I really thought we looked like an SEC offense.  I thought our guys had good energy, finished plays, and there’s no magic potion in the plays.  They came prepared to play today, and every spring that’s just how it goes.  The defense got the best of us the last couple practice, but we bounced back today.”


-Coach Stoops had a very similar opinion on the offense’s performance today. When asked on how he thought they performed, Stoops said, “Much better, much better.  It wasn’t even close today.  The offense didn’t really have a great day in practice [Friday] and they just had a mentality today, that’s what I was most proud of.  They had a toughness and went out there and really executed and played well.


-While the offense was performing at a high level today, the defense wasn’t up to Stoops’ standards.  When asked by reporters on the defense’s execution, Stoops wasn’t timid in his response. “I didn’t see great execution, I didn’t see great toughness, I saw poor leverage and just some poor football on the defensive side of the ball.  I saw a lot of bad body language and just some things that were really disappointing.”


-In case you need a reminder to get pumped for next week’s Blue & White game in Commonwealth Stadium, here’s a video created by KYWildcatsTV to get you hyped.


-Today, Kentucky commit, Dakari Johnson, participated in the National High School Invitational and put in a solid performance.  Johnson finished with 18 points and 8 rebounds in route to Montverde Academy’s national title victory.  While his performance was excellent (apart from free throw shooting), he gave Kentucky fans a reason to look forward after the game when he said the following. “I’m going to win a national championship at Kentucky next year.”


-Women’s soccer at Kentucky isn’t the most popular sport, but when it comes to goodwill, their coach, Jon Lipsitz, is one of the premier coaches at the University. In the team’s travels to Indiana State, Lipsitz, shaved his head in support of the Locks of Love Foundation. Though he didn’t have enough hair to donate himself, he shaved his head as a symbol of his continued support of the fight against cancer.


-After a hard fought win over Louisville on Tuesday night, the Kentucky Baseball team ran into trouble when they traveled to Baton Rouge this weekend.  In the two games against LSU this weekend, Gary Henderson’s squad has been outscored by a grand total of 19 runs (20-1). After today’s shut-out loss, the Bat Cats fell to 22-8 (6-5) on the season, which places them in third place in the SEC’s Eastern Division. Tomorrow’s series finale will take place at 1:30 p.m. in Alex Box Stadium.


Article written by Jonathan Schuette

41 Comments for Jackie Chan’s Sunday News and Views

  1. Jackie Chan
    10:32 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Jackie Chan has news and views, but…

  2. Stars
    10:36 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink


  3. Ksu
    10:38 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Where’s all those harrow, Goodwin, poythress punks on here? Y’all gone?

  4. Shsj
    10:48 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Y’all some dolphins for real doe.

  5. WTH?
    10:48 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    It’s like the UL fans on here have nothing better to do after a win(AND, it’s a Saturday night). Have a nice night, losers in the game of life.

  6. Chris Tucker
    10:49 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Too many trolls here.Do you understand the words coming out of my mouth?

  7. Bubba Earl
    10:52 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Mr. Chan was great in Bonanza!

  8. Tyler
    11:18 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Hearing Andrew Wiggins will announce April 11th… Any truth to this?

  9. Shsj
    11:20 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Yeah number 8 he’s becoming a dolphin then as well

  10. Eating crow
    11:26 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Looks like all those Louisville retards who were talking about how classless UK fans are after we won the TITLE and burned couches can eat some crow. Reports of burning couches and cars across Louisville. Oh they can eat a di ck too!

  11. And also
    11:27 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    2) you probably use 5 stars for each UK recruit. One more post ought to take care of them all

  12. Reality
    11:33 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    I hate to say it, but the tards will beat Michigan.

  13. Han
    11:35 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    The announcers in this Michigan/Syracuse game, as well as most other games, really don’t know how the block/charge rule works. They always focus on the arc, but if the defender is not set, if he’s moving his feet, it’s a block. It doesn’t matter if he’s outside the arc. It’s about not undercutting an airborne or even just driving offensive player.

    I’m rooting for Michigan over Cuse, but that wasn’t a charge. The defender was still scooting over after the driver was in the air. That is a block and is dangerous for the offensive player. We’ve been getting screwed by the same thing for several years.

  14. Hey
    11:47 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    12. Wanna bet Card fan?

  15. bluebiscuit
    11:51 pm April 6, 2013 Permalink

    Jackie Chan is a Communist and rants against the USA nowadays. Not cool.

  16. mashburnfan1
    12:16 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    13} is correct, not a charge but I was rooting for Michigan. Sad to see 2 games for a title game shot end on wrong calls by officials. I know we don’t know how the games would have ended but both calls took any chance WSU and SU had of winning.

  17. BooHoo
    12:21 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    16) crybaby.

  18. Cking9698
    12:25 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    This Kentucky fan is pulling for Michigan!!!

    Ricky P’s KARMA HAS RUN OUT!!!!

    Lmao!!! IT’S OVER!!!

  19. theSkinny81
    12:33 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    Definition of “little brother”: Advance to Championship game for first time in , come to rival site to boast. Dumbasses.

  20. theSkinny81
    12:34 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    (oops) *first time in 27 years

  21. SeaCat
    1:18 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    Can we talk about UK bball
    and how we beat UL twice last
    year and they are limping into
    the championship this year?!?!

  22. Kentucky
    1:33 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    I feel your admiration, love me louisville want me cause you’ll never be me. And these are the only words you’ll get from me. Enjoy not feeling a fraction of what BBN feels when we win. You’ll are just searching for compensation that you won’t find. But don’t get me wrong, I feel you making me your stud, I’m just not interested but your constant love at the sake of your own program is awfully flattery however rejected it is. You will not find from BBN what you can’t enjoy in doing what we’ve done in the past.

  23. Stars
    1:38 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    #2 I am not used to seeing such large numbers of anything (between my legs)

  24. SadCat
    1:51 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    For last years Cats, this
    would be a red velvet cake walk

  25. Usefulijit
    7:57 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

  26. RealTallk
    8:15 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    15, 16- He is just passionate about his home country. Nothing wrong with that. And he is most certainly not “anti-American”. He points out obvious issues with the US jut like many of you do in you political Facebook rants. Oh and about communism, I would suggest you do some research. For Americans its a term that most don’t know anything about, yet think any communist is evil.

  27. Go Michigan!
    8:16 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    Today, we are ALL Wolverines

  28. SexnNursinHomes
    8:39 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    For ul this is their moment. Which is going to make it even more awesome when Michigan wins. I hope we get lots of photo of ul players crying. Especially siva, I bet he cries like a girl.

  29. Blueswade
    9:12 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    That Jackie Chan is clazy !

  30. Usefulijit
    9:25 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

  31. Old Cat
    9:44 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    Just curious, how many games did Noel sit on the UK bench during a game in uniform? Anyone get the idea that UL is using Kevin Ware?

  32. me
    9:46 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    I think I speak for 98% of the BBN and 0% of the ksr crew when I say, F uofl.

  33. Heard it here first...
    9:49 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    Anyone else heard that the Louisville media is sitting on another Pitino cheating story till after Monday night?

  34. Chankong-sangshorts
    9:54 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    Last time I looked communism is killing it…China has the number one economy,infrastructure, alternative energy technology, they surpassed usa in primary education and health care. Why, because they are making 21st century decisions, not stuck in same 18tn century issues. Sure china still has some thrall camps making apple and nike type goods, but hey if ppl buying don’t care why should China. Some of the leaders maybe corrupt…when exposed they don’t give them more money and bail them out, in China they execute them. Go Wolverines big blue.

  35. Porcini's Prince
    11:10 am April 7, 2013 Permalink

    33, ya have nuttin’ on me ya hear? Me and Tommy Turtle neck will not let anything…I MEAN A N Y T H I N G out that would hurt me and our ghetto school…..I’ve always wanted to go underground in Atlanta….

  36. Usefulijit
    2:06 pm April 7, 2013 Permalink

  37. Chankong-sangshorts
    2:58 pm April 7, 2013 Permalink

    daniel j mitchell is cato institute 1% propagandist, people belive in that supply side-trickle down economy is the reason usa is in the great divide of income discrepancy. One would be better served to read Joesph Steglitz or Dean Baker.

  38. Pharmboy
    3:09 pm April 7, 2013 Permalink

    Not sure how losing 11-1 and 9-1 is a total of 19 runs. That’s some fuzzy math.

  39. Usefulijit
    9:02 pm April 7, 2013 Permalink

    How Many People Did Communism Kill?

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