Good morning. Yes, last night still happened. Let me put on a pot of coffee and let’s talk about it.
— The Kentucky Kernel writes that it was the tale of two halves for Marquis Teague.
— John Clay covers what will surely be one of the hot topics of the day: Terrence Jones’ no good, very bad game.
— Larry Vaught wonders if the glass is half-full or half-empty after the Cats’ first loss of the season.
— Our old friend Bryan the Intern examines the Cats’ free throw shooting under Cal, a touchy subject after yesterday’s 10-17 performance. Go check it out, he’s got stats and everything.
— Dana O’Neil argues that Indiana’s win brought the Hoosiers back to “national prominence” (Here are the tissues if you need them).
— Let’s switch gears for a minute, shall we? Mark Story has a nice piece about Rodrick Rhodes and how his first year as the coach at Cordia High School Coach is going.
We’ll be here with you all day, promise.