Our friends at “Season Never Ends” calendar have a special offer….
The Kentucky Basketball calendar has already been a huge hit with UK fans – and we’re still a few days away from Thanksgiving!
Here’s a special promotion just for Kentucky Sports Radio readers. Type “KSR” into the coupon box (after you’ve selected your shipping option) and save 10% off your total.
Also, through midnight Tuesday: the buyer of the 50th calendar sold today from the website, ukcal.com, will win a pair of tickets to UK-Miami on December 6th. Winner will be notified via email.
Created by two UK graduates, “Kentucky Basketball: The Season Never Ends 2009 Calendar” is a 365-day box calendar featuring the greatest moments in UK basketball history on the days they happened.
You’ll find the calendar for sale only at the stores listed below. Call ahead! Some stores have sold out. We’re shipping as fast as we can.
Available in Lexington at Kentucky Korner, Kennedy’s, Joseph-Beth, AllSports, The Kentucky Store, Keeneland Gift Shop, Cat Fan Attic and Alumni Hall. Available in Louisville at JD Becker, Kentucky Korner and Cardboard Heroes. Available at Kentucky’s Best (Owensboro), The Paper Tiger (Newport), Kentucky Haus (Newport) and Mom’s Diner (Red Lion, OH)
If you can’t find it there, you may buy it online at ukcal.com or www.seasonneverends.com. Suggested retail price is $19.99 per calendar.
Some notes as we head into Turkey Day…..
— It was relatively quiet on the UK sports front today, although we did learn that UK football is injury plagued for Saturday. As reported earlier in the week, Marcus Mcclinton and Jeremy Jarmon are out this week, making a thin defense a bit thinner. The Cats expect Trevard Lindley and Myron Pryor to be close to full strength, and the rest of the defense only has minor injuries.
— A lot of talk today about the impact of this game for Randall Cobb as he returns back to the state and city that left him out of their recruiting process. Phil Fulmer today talked about how impressed he was with Cobb and there has been a lot of talk about how UT may have used him this year with their struggling offense. Cobb has been relatively quiet about the game as it approaches and says he doesnt harbor any particular ill will towards the Vols and that this game is similar to all the others. Of course that is what Chris Lofton said as well, and he didnt mean it either. Cobb wants this one bad…..as do I.
— On the basketball side, after the game last night Gillispie said that UK had a “hard 50 minute practice” prior to the game. This once again raises questions about the benefit of having game day practices of the sort. While I dont know what the practice has been like this year, Ramel Bradley told me last year that Gillispie had extremely tough practices the first half of the season and that around SEC play, he stopped doing that and they were more like walkthrus. It is unclear if this is the pattern we will see all the time, full practice early in the season and then back to the regular walk-thru late, but it looks as if for now, full practices are the norm.
— Jodie Meeks is averaging 24 points a game and some have suggested that he should be shooting less. I always thought this was a silly suggestion…..UK needs big points from Meeks for them to have a chance to be successful all year. Gillispie suggested he agreed today, saying that some of Meeks’ shots were bad, but that he wanted him taking as many shots or more than he is currently. Meeks will try to be the first UK guard since Derrick Miller to average more than 20 points a game this year.
We will have more all day, including Tomlin telling you what you Need to Know, Bobby Perry on UK’s performance so far and more goodness. We announce the two finalists for the Blogger contest after the holidays, so keep voting….