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Steve Zahn’s Tuesday News and Views

For year’s now, Ashley Judd has been one of Big Blue Nation’s sweethearts. Besides making movies with Morgan Freeman, she has made no secret about her love for Kentucky basketball. A slight shift has taken place when it comes to the “famous person we associate ourselves with as a fan base.” Josh Hopkins of Cougartown, who is an avid reader of KSR and has even become a contributor to the blog at times, has taken some of the “star fan” spotlight from Judd. In fact, I would say that over 50% of the things Josh Hopkins tweets about are UK-related. Between Judd, Hopkins and a host of others who have come on the scene since Calipari’s arrival, such as Jay-Z and Drake, one Hollywood actor Kentucky fan often gets overlooked. Steve Zahn has been in a number of movies over the years, yet he calls Kentucky his home. Not only is Zahn a regular at the big events such as the Final Four, but he’s also the rare exception when it comes to famous names associated with the program. Zahn is not only a Kentucky basketball fan, but he is known to be a Kentucky football season ticket holder.

Zahn celebrates his 44th birthday today/tomorrow (depending on when you read this). For my personal taste, my favorite Zahn movie of all time was “That Thing You Do.” Even though they probably performed that song about 4 too many times in that movie, I still find myself flipping through the channels and always stopping on that movie if it’s being played. My second favorite Steve Zahn movie was “Joy Ride.” The movie itself was 50 shades of awful, but hearing the creepy truck driver say “Candddddyyyy Caaaaane” over the CB radio can still literally send chills down my spine to this day. Not to mention Paul Walker also starred in that movie. If you are a female KSR reader, I needn’t say more.


And now on to the news of the day…

There’s nothing earth shattering to report on the UK football coaching search. “I’m sorrrrrrrry”- Simon Birch voice. 7 points if you have any idea what I’m talking about. Bonus points if you know which familiar actress was in that movie.

– Other than the continued stream of commentary on the UK football coaching search, the biggest news of the day revolved around Kentucky’s starting point guard, Ryan Harrow. Harrow was hampered by what was thought to be the flu in Kentucky’s first game against Maryland on Friday night. Harrow was limited to 10 minutes and had an underwhelming performance on the night. After a few days passed, Harrow’s energy still hasn’t returned. An update came from Calipari today that Harrow was unlikely to practice with the team today, and if that was the case– he would not be making the trip to Atlanta with the team for the Duke game tomorrow night. Dick Vitale then broke the bad news that Harrow will not be playing tomorrow against Duke. 

– Harrow’s absence adds some intrigue to tomorrow’s line-up. Smart money would be on Archie Goodwin to slide over to the starting point guard role, likely making Julius Mays a starter in the shooting guard spot. After Jarrod Polson’s performance on Friday, he has made himself more than a viable option to play some at the point as well. It will be interesting to see if Calipari decides to give Polson the nod, or simply moves Goodwin to the point, at least for the start. It’s probably safe to assume that following Friday’s efforts, Polson will see playing time against Duke tomorrow night. Calipari also made it clear earlier today when Harrow’s status was still up in the air, that Jon Hood and Twany Beckham could both see more playing time as well. 

– Speaking of Julius Mays and his potential move into the starting line-up, Mays started the day looking like a potential “no-go” for the Duke game as well. As the day has gone on, it seems more likely that Mays will be able to play tomorrow night. Many noticed the addition of a band-aid to Mays’ eye during the Maryland game. Apparently today the eye was swollen almost completely shut.

– Kentucky enters tomorrow night’s game as a 2-point underdog to the Blue Devils. Calipari spoke about this two-game stretch to start the season and predicted that his very young team stood a distinct chance at walking away 0-2 to start the season. Polson’s heroics against Maryland on Friday night assured that at worst, Kentucky would come out of the tough opening line-up 1-1. For a game with Duke, a team with more than a few memorable wins and losses with Kentucky through the years– a team many Kentucky fans tend to despise, the pressure and magnitude of the game seems rather downplayed. A general sense of excitement appears to be the frame of mind for most Kentucky fans. I don’t sense a desperation among the fan base that this is a do-or-die game, and that’s probably because quite frankly it isn’t. The game is so early in the season, and Kentucky is still working out the kinks. Kentucky will be playing without the services of starting point guard Ryan Harrow. And honestly, even Duke is a bit of an unknown heading into the game.

Here’s what we do know about Duke heading into the game: Duke is ranked #9 in the AP Poll and #8 in the USA Today Coaches Poll. Duke opened the season with a 74-55 win over Georgia State. Duke’s best returnee, Mason Plumlee, finished that game with 19 points, 14 rebounds and 4 blocks. Seth Curry and Tyler Thornton were the other two Blue Devils to reach double figures, with 15 and 13 points respectively. In what is generally considered to be a strength of most Duke teams, the Blue Devils finished fairly well from behind the arc. They were 11-24 from three point range in the game against Georgia State. Quinn Cook, Seth Curry and Tyler Thornton are all deep threats for Duke.

In a bit of news that flew under the radar this weekend, Aaron Gordon was in Lexington to visit Kentucky.  Gordon’s AAU coach says he still expects him to wait until this spring to make a decision, but that’s always subject to change. Gordon has now taken official visits to Washington (yawn), Arizona (meh), Oregon (uniforms!!!!), Kansas (the visit went well, but Self feels like they ran out of time) and Kentucky. Gordon saved Kentucky for his final visit, but according to his father, things went very well and they were impressed. “We could see ourselves at Kentucky,” Gordon’s father told

A new “Top 25 +1” poll came out this morning from and Kentucky checked in at #2, trailing only the Louisville Cardinals. Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Syracuse, Arizona, North Carolina, Missouri and UNLV rounded out the top 10. Duke found themselves in the 13 spot, while fellow SEC team Florida fell just outside of the top 10 in the #11 spot.

– Doug Gottlieb of wrote an article this morning in which he talked about “Four Impressions” he got from college hoops over the weekend. Of course, he included Kentucky’s game against Maryland. Gottlieb seemed a bit underwhelmed by the Cats’ performance and echoed a sentiment by many: not to compare this year’s team to last year’s team. Okay, we get it. Still, his take is interesting and he brings up a few good points.

Kentucky held off Maryland, but a couple of truths were exposed. First, this will be the first year since John Calipari’s first five years at Memphis that he doesn’t have a “pro” at the point. Last year, Marquis Teague was the biggest question mark as the frosh struggled to run his team during the first two months of the season. But Teague improved steadily, and he was surrounded by an amazing amount of talent and maturity, as well as quality ballhandlers at power forward and center in Terrence Jones and Anthony Davis. In my opinion, Teague was over-drafted, although he improved significantly as the season progressed. He was terrific in the first half of the national championship game. Ryan Harrow never has been a true point, is in his third year of college (transferred from NC State) and is still trying to learn how to run a team. To be fair, the first big game back after transferring is always difficult, and he had the flu, but his decision-making needs improvement. Kentucky is not as talented as last year. Nor do the Wildcats have a Darius Miller-type veteran — without a scoring ego — to lead them. Jarrod Polson saved the day and Kentucky will improve, but if you think this version of Big Blue is going to run through college hoops like last year’s team, you will be disappointed. It’s not going to happen.”

– In what seems to be almost a side story in the news while trying to share the spotlight with the coaching search, Kentucky does have a home football game on Saturday against Samford. With a coach already on the way out, no hopes for a bowl or even a respectable record for the season…the motivation left for the players is to send the seniors out on a high note, as well as Joker Phillips. Regardless of how the fans feel/have felt about Phillips as a head coach, the players have a lot of love for that man. In Phillips’ press conference today he spoke about a text message he received from WR Gene McCaskill. In the text message, following the announcement of Phillips’ firing, McCaskill simply said, “Thanks for saving my life.” We all know that Joker Phillips failed to get the necessary results on the football field. But by all accounts, he did not fail these players in trying to help them become quality young men.

Boone’s Butcher Shop Injury Report: LB Jabari Johnson is day-to-day, and S Martavius Neloms (hamstring) is expected to be back to practice this week.

 Other important football tidbit on the day: One of the standout freshman who showed sparks of great things to come throughout the season will likely not be playing for the remainder of the season. DeMarcus Sweat was not listed on the depth chart this morning which immediately began to sound alarms as to whether or not he was still with the program. Phillips quickly reassured everyone that Sweat was still in fact with the team, but just needed to spend time focusing on academics at the moment. Phillips said that he was looking out for Sweat’s future, as well as the future of the program. Hopefully this means that Sweat is taking care of business in the classroom now so that he will be ready to go for next season. The news is unfortunate though for fans that enjoyed watching Sweat make a few dazzling plays throughout the year, including on special teams.

– There’s no doubt that the atmosphere will be a bit strange on Saturday in Commonwealth Stadium. The vibe was notably odd in the press conference today with Phillips who has agreed to coach the final 2 games for his players. Even with the strange situation and state of flux with the football program, a movement has taken stage to #PackCommonwealth for the game on Saturday in honor of the seniors. 

– In a game that hasn’t received nearly the amount of attention and publicity as it should, don’t forget that tomorrow is essentially a television double-header for UK men’s and women’s basketball. The UK Hoops team has a HUGE game against #1 ranked/defending national champion Baylor. Kentucky will be kicking off the women’s basketball season  regular season against the best player in the women’s game, Brittney Griner (John Short disagrees). You can make a night of it between the 2 games. The #6/#7 ranked UK women square off at 6 p.m. on ESPN2. “We’re really, really excited for tomorrow and for our university,” Mitchell said today. Following the game, flip over to ESPN at 9:30 for the men’s game with Duke.

– Congratulations to the UK men’s soccer team for earning a spot in the NCAA Tournament. UK was picked to host the first-round NCAA tourney game Thursday against Xavier at 7 p.m. at the UK Soccer Complex. This is the Wildcats’ first tournament appearance since 2003. They are in their first year under head coach Johan Cedergren. For more information on the season and how the team transformed so fast under Cedergren in just one year, click here. 

– And last but not least, don’t forget to join the KSR gang at STATS tomorrow morning if you are in Atlanta. The show will be broadcasting live and you don’t want to miss it if you’re in town for the game. Side note: STATS will be staying open until 1 a.m. following the Duke/Kentucky game for Kentucky fans to mingle. KSR College writer Kristen Geil will be there folks, and she’s single. Karaoke a duet with her and her heart will be yours forever.

Good night, Big Blue Nation. Slap a floor, catch some rest and I’ll see you tomorrow.

Article written by Ally Tucker

I once successfully requested "The Wobble" to be played 6 times at one wedding.

67 Comments for Steve Zahn’s Tuesday News and Views

  1. tdogg40330
    11:04 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    GO BIG BLUE !!!! SPANK Duke and Baylor …..

  2. Kevin
    11:08 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Simon Birch was a great movie. Ashley Judd would be the well known person that you are talking about I assume.

  3. Ally Tucker
    11:11 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Kevin, you win.

  4. duckeastwood
    11:15 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    perhaps you need to watch saving silverman. joy ride??? please tell me you are female.

  5. tyson
    11:15 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Flame away, but if we hire a “home run” for our next FB coach and he turns the program around, UK could become a football school. I would be interested to see the comparisons of comments in the football related comments this week versus the basketball related comments. UK fans are desperate for a consistently good football team. I hope Mitch doesn’t let us down.

  6. Clint Eastwood
    11:15 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Ashley Judd turned on her state, long ago !!

  7. Gman
    11:20 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Agree with number four. Saving Silverman hands down. “Neil, I wanna party with you. I wanna party with you!”

  8. Regis
    11:20 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    I walked past Steve Zahn outside the arena at the SEC Tournament, and it caught me so off guard that I just yelled “Steeeeeeeve!” in his face. He looked at me like I was an idiot. It was embarrassing.

  9. SMH
    11:20 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Here’s some good news…. Dick Vitale called be tonight and told my wife and me that we’re having twins!

  10. tdogg40330
    11:24 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    5) If the comment section is any indication you are right, did you read Larry Vaughts
    write up tonight?? pretty interesting to say the least. BBN is excited more than
    ever because of the names being thrown around, I hope it turns out good.

  11. Rixter
    11:26 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    What’s going on in Commonwealth Stadium on Sunday?

  12. Andrew Cassady
    11:28 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Saving Silverman ftw

  13. Rixter
    11:28 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Brittney Griner > ALL Plumlee brothers

  14. Ally Tucker
    11:30 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Haha Rixter, I just caught that and changed it. I’m sure the atmosphere will be strange on Sunday too…with no one there.

  15. Dumb and Dumber
    11:38 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Sooo….what you are saying is there is a chance we can go less than defeated????

  16. shields eyes
    11:39 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Why does Ashley Judd’s face look so puffy?

  17. Culver
    11:41 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    Saving Silverman & Joy Ride are both great movies in their own right. Ashley Judd sucks! She needs to keep her commie ass in Cali & out of KY. And I personally believe, considering Duke has some very good 3-point shooters, KY’s perimeter D’ better improve more over their past rebounding performance. They just got lucky that Maryland was full of clankers. And I believe Polson could be a key to such a perimeter D’, considering he’s been chasing Knight & Lamb around the past few yrs. He’s got the practice experience, I’m curious to see how it translates on such a big stage.

  18. Rixter
    11:44 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    For those who’s top concern is finding a good and decent, moral man for head coach, Joel Osteen’s name was just added to the short list of potential hires.

  19. rainman
    11:46 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    I’ll stick with Ashley, the rest of you
    can have your BROMANCE!

  20. Dumb and Dumber
    11:49 pm November 12, 2012 Permalink

    So you’re saying there’s a chance???? Vera and Wanda say….Alrighty then!!!!

  21. Bob
    12:05 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Julian Mays, huh?

  22. BPsycho
    12:37 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    #16 If I correctly recall it’s a medical side effect. From what condition I don’t recall.

    #18 **** that I wanna win! Ha j/k

  23. PPat
    1:42 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Steve Zahn is the man. I will never forget when he came into Sal’s Chophouse with a group. I was a lowly busboy at the time but I heard he was the nicest gentleman, in spite of the the fact that his group were a bunch of jerk offs. And his best movie is most definitely Saving Silverman.

  24. David from San Diego
    2:20 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    No one in the world is wrong more than Doug Gottlieb, the more negative he is on UK, the better an omen it should be considered. 2nd note is I hope UK fans can show some patience with Ryan Harrow. Every one of our great point guards looked ugly early and Harrow was sick last week and obviously has some growing to do, regardless of his health. The situation is creating room for Polson to grow and gain trust, it’s a win/win. I think Harrow will still be a great contributor to this team and lead it well by the end of the season. Go CATS!

  25. Badams
    2:21 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    I think u all are forgetting Blue Streak with Martin Lawrence, pretty damn funny movie.

  26. John
    2:29 am November 13, 2012 Permalink


  27. ???
    2:35 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Who’s Julian mays?

  28. BBN
    2:52 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    I can’t get excited about this basketball season when the team is relying on significant minutes from Polson, Wiltjer, Hood & Twanny B. Even in a down year talent wise across the nation, no way our guys get to the Final Four, much less have a realistic shot at a NC. That being said, I do believe Noel, Poythress, Goodwin & Cauley-Stein have incredible upside and should take quantum leaps in development as the season proceeds. Unfortunately that is it for the team. Just like two years ago, Cal needs two more good players to realistically make a run for a NC.

  29. sean
    3:01 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    i went to Boone’s today . just giving a shout out

  30. tdogg40330
    5:36 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    28) please tell me you’re really not that dumb

  31. Butt chug a war
    5:38 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    ZAhn grew up in Minnesota. Why is he a UK fan? Just wondering. I appreciate his support.

  32. mike
    5:50 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Steve Zahn is awesome in Treme

  33. putinrichie
    6:22 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    30 – I don’t agree with all of what number 28 said, but I do believe there is a better chance we miss the tournament than make it to the Final Four. This team isn’t just overrated, we aren’t really that talented either. I don’t see a way where this team doesn’t lose 10+ games this season.

  34. DirtyDutchMantel
    6:28 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Polson played lights out against Maryland, no doubt. But Maryland just backed off and never pressed or played smothering defense. Puke is going to press most of the game. Will be interesting to see how Polson plays tonight.

  35. Jeff
    6:38 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    According to a source, Mitch Barnhart and two others (one man, one woman) met with Bobby Petrino yesterday afternoon at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky airport. Not sure who the other two people are, although the woman may have been Sandy Bell.

  36. SeriousQuestion
    6:38 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Who is better, Harrow or Russ Smith? If you had no preconceived notion of where either was ranked, who would you say the 5 star was and who would be the 2 star? I hate uofl as much as anyone, but it just goes to show the ranking services don’t always get it right. Russ can play and would school Harrow any day of the week.

  37. RYNO
    6:42 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    33 – hahahaha. What a moron. We truly have some of the most idiotic fans. Learn the game of basketball before you post asinine comments.

  38. God Bless Steve Zahn
    6:43 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Regis, I had a similar experience, seeing him at the UK UL game at the Superdome. He kinda looked
    at me like I was an idiot too, but he also smiled. He seems like a genuinely good guy, and I think
    it’s awesome he’s such a UK fan. Happy Birthday, Steve Zahn; rock on, brother.

  39. God Bless Steve Zahn
    6:45 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    To #31– Zahn lives in Kentucky. As a property owner and resident by choice, I think that earns him the right for Big Blue Nation status, don’t you?

    #32: Yeah you right, he’s amazing in Treme! I’m ready for the next season to start a’ready!!!

  40. SexnNursinHomes
    6:58 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Tucker- I enjoyed “Candyyy Caaaaane” too. I wanna wear a black, rubber Gimp suit kinda like the one on American Horror Story except I’ll have a knife in my hand I’ll actually slash young naked co-eds. What else am I gonna do?

  41. tdaddy
    7:29 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    25# you are thinking of “national security” with zahn and martin lawrence, “blue streak”had one of the wilson brothers in it.

  42. tdaddy
    7:33 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Are you crazy? A man in a really nice camper wants to put our song on the radio! Gimme a pen, I’m signin’! You’re signin’! We’re all signin’!

  43. jaxcats8503
    7:52 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Hilarious that Ally through in there that “Kristen Geil will be at STATS and she’s single.” I feel bad for her. There are going to be so many creepy 40 year olds trying to spit weak game at her.

  44. bluefan
    7:57 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Steve Zahn fan here too. He IS very good in Treme. Also currently playing the dad in the Wimpy Kid movies some of us have to watch over and over with the kids.

  45. Ryan
    7:57 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Saving silverman!!! “Cumada yay haaaaaa”!!!!!

  46. kes
    8:11 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    17. take your stupid redneck, inbred ass to mississippi or alabama. ashley gives MORE MONEY to the university in one week then your inbred ass does in a lifetime

  47. True Blue, Not True Green
    8:21 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    #17 and #46: Just because someone does not agree with “you” as a Kentuckian, does not mean they aren’t a Kentuckian.
    Ashley is not a Californian, any more than anyone else who was born to a KENTUCKY FAMILY outside of Kentucky
    would be. The fact is, she came back, she chooses to be here, she works hard to promote Kentucky and her arts and
    her people, and furthermore, she has attended two schools of higher learning in the Commonwealth. Just because
    you don’t agree with things she says or does, doesn’t mean she needs to leave.

    Number 46 seems to be of the generation that believes money makes everything right. On the flipside of the above comments,
    just because Ashley Judd gives lots of moneyto the school, doesn’t mean everything she says and does is in the best interest
    of the whole of society. She has lots of different opinions. She’s allowed them the same as someone (like myself,) whose
    family is poor and inbred. Your prejudiced comments against the poor and inbred of the Commonwealth are just
    as foolish as someone saying a person should leave the state just because of her (or his) political views. Money does
    NOT equal rightness. It is just money.

    Remember, my fellow Kentuckians: UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL!

  48. Well
    8:23 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    I’m just an innocent bystander here.. But it looks to me number 17 should be entitled to his own opinion of Ashley Judd
    Without you assuming he or she is an inbred redneck?
    I would also like to know why you assume the poster is from Alabama or Mississippi?

  49. Well
    8:25 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    I was pretty much trying to say what number 47 said… He or she just put it way more eloquently

  50. awesometron
    8:32 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Most people don’t know that the Simon Birch character was actually CGI. That move won the Oscar in 1998 for best special effects.

  51. OneAndDone
    8:33 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Does anyone know what station KSR radio show is on in southern KY? Driving to ATL this morning down I75 and wanted to catch it if possible. Thanks

  52. DKH89
    8:39 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Ashley Judd is a disgrace Anti-Coal … Hippie Liberal… We need a new face to our program

  53. Jon O
    9:02 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    uuuh, Saving Silverman is hands down his best movie. Best line ever from the movie, “You’re not gay… you’re just confused”

  54. tammy's husband
    9:07 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    i dont mind that steve zahn roots for the cats. the fact that he goes to games with steve buscemi is kinda concerning though. i always thought that guy was kinda creepy.

  55. Tim
    9:07 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    52. It’s interesting to note that right-wing dullards are the masters at randomly capitalizing words unnecessarily.

  56. Buttcheex
    9:07 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Saving Silverman best Zahn movie ever. Yall are forgetting about Strange Wilderness. Basically a terrible movie but it’ll make you puke from laughter. Monkeys make up over 80% of the world’s monkey population. And the shark scene at the end. Incredible!

  57. RYNO
    9:11 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Ryan Lemond is filling in for Tom LEach this morning-

  58. BobbyPsNeckBrace
    9:36 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    #35 I took Sandy Bell for a ride on my Harley.Mitch had to watch from a roadside ditch as we collided with REALITY!!!
    Ain’t NO WAY I am about to enter the SEC Coaching Graveyard known as Commonwealth.

  59. MJ4UK
    9:39 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    It just erks me that Ashley Judd is so high on UK basketball, and at the same time opposed to all of the people working in the coal industry in the Eastern and Western KY Coalfields.

  60. Dr. Mantis Taboggin
    9:55 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Britney Griner’s trouser snake > all the Plumlee brothers. She’s a man, listen to her talk.

  61. ChawlieStwong
    10:13 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    I wish the season ended a couple of weeks ago. Now everyone is going to see how weak my team is. We bout to go to da Toilet Bowl.

  62. ChokerJoker
    10:30 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    #61 “We” is already at the bottom of da toilet bowl….

  63. clay
    10:54 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    #59- uhhh…there are loads of people with that exact sentiment. probably including the founder of this very website

  64. Ben
    11:19 am November 13, 2012 Permalink

    “Strange Wilderness” is the best movie he is in. Not a lot of people know about this flick, but its great.

  65. ButtCut
    1:20 pm November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Hopefully CWS is NOT packed Sat. Message still needs to be sent to Gomer that it’s CBP or else. As an aside, who gives a rat’s ass what these Johnny ComeLately “celebrity UK fans” think?

  66. jd
    2:28 pm November 13, 2012 Permalink

    NEVER mention DG

  67. Traveling Cat Fan
    5:36 pm November 13, 2012 Permalink

    Just entered Baylor bball complex for, hopefully, a big UK Hoops upset. I happened to be traveling in Texas today near Waco and figured I’d come over and support Coach Mitchell and his team. It’s obvious from the stares and looks of utter bewilderment that I will be one of very few Cats fans in the building tonight. Looking forward to a great game and getting done in time to watch the men’s team kick Puke’s a$$ tonight! Go Cats!!!