– Mark Story writes that this year’s Governor’s Cup game will lack the sex appeal at the quarterback position.
– John Clay takes a look at former UK assistant athletic director Kyle Moats, who is now the head man at Missouri State.
– Dayton was eliminated, but Kentucky remains in the final five for big man Adreain Payne, who is ranked as Rivals’ 20th player in the 2010 class.
– Rivals’ #4 player in the 2011 class, Austin Rivers, denied yesterday that he was wavering on his Gator commitment and thinking about Kentucky. Coach Calipari watched Rivers’ (and Brandon Knight’s pre-injury) team yesterday at the Super Showcase in Orlando.
– Venice, Fla.’s three-star defensive end Brandon Wilkinson committed to USF over Kentucky and a number of other schools.
– Sadly, Calipari was scratched from yesterday’s race at Belmont.
– Attention BTI: You’re fighting a losing battle!!! It turns out a UK fan from E-town drove to Baltimore for a soccer scrimmage and said that Chelsea soccer is now a close second to UK basketball.