– The New York Times takes a look at the players who wait until late to sign, and how it potentially increases their value.
– Mike Miller, the college basketball editor at MSNBC and not the floppy-haired former Gator, writes that Calipari can and will win with freshman. But, who cares, right? MSNBC is for sissies and pot-smoking liberals, right? Hell yeah! Who’s with me?
– The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says that Calipari is expected visit Marcus Thornton before Wednesday.
– At the Kentucky Kernel, UK student Austin Hill writes that UK’s integrity lies with how they handle the Strickland DUI situation.
– Over at the Herald-Leader, the good doctor, Jerry Tipton, reminds you that Brandon Knight’s signature is “not set in stone“. This, of course, is a change from when Jerry started covering the Cats and signatures were actually etched in stone.
– At tonight’s Jordan Brand Classic, Brandon Knight will be coached by Greg Wise, the highly criticized coach of Houston’s Yates High and father of Arizona’s Nic Wise, one of the nicest kids in college basketball.
– Saturday afternoon brings UK’s second football scrimmage of the spring, according to UK Athletics.
– According to Mark Maloney at the Herald-Leader, freshman wide receiver Brian Adams is fully recovered from a serious injury. The Cats still remained worried about his ability to stay healthy, though, especially after he got his real six-string at the five and dime and then played it ’til his fingers bled.