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Sunday’s Links brought to you by Chanda Bell

It’s one of those weird Sunday’s where nobody is working tomorrow, and there are a lot of sport on TV, but none of the major sporting events are happening.  The Indy 500 takes place today, UK softball is fighting for their lives, the Senior PGA Championship is taking place in Kentucky, and baseball players will continue steroid free pitchers duels.  I would suggest taking on the UK game at 1 on ESPN, and if the Cats lose, just drinking the rest of the day away.  If they win, watch them again at 330. 

-Softball Cats fall in Game 1 of the super regional to Cal

-Macho Man Randy Savage with some close connections to former UK athletes

-Hale Irwin and Kiyoshi Murota lead after Round 3 of Senior PGA Championship at Valhalla

9 UK athletes advance to the NCAA Track and Field National Championships

-Hey, the Indy 500 is today, Danica Patrick sure to not finish 1st

Article written by Bryan the Intern

15 Comments for Sunday’s Links brought to you by Chanda Bell



  1. Yo
    9:54 am May 29, 2011 Permalink

    first



  2. natural macaroni
    10:01 am May 29, 2011 Permalink

    we have a surprisingly attractive softball team



  3. schwing
    10:09 am May 29, 2011 Permalink

    i’d hit it.



  4. lexslamman
    10:30 am May 29, 2011 Permalink

    Chanda and 1 other UK Softball player threw our first 2 perfect games earlier this year.

    In a double-header.



  5. AKA cold buckets
    11:24 am May 29, 2011 Permalink

    Chanda is dirty. And I 100% mean that as a compliment. She’s a cutie, too.



  6. Lloyd christmas
    12:05 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    Macho Man lived in those crappy apartments by henry clay



  7. bigbluelush
    12:20 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    The Indy 500 and the Coca Cola 600? Two of the biggest Memorial Day traditions our country has! Two BIG events each drawing several hundred thousand spectators. Enjoy.



  8. Hallie Clemo
    2:12 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    It’s time for the 95th running of the Indianapolis 500, but it’s the number 100 that counts in 2011. This is the 100th anniversary of the running of the first



  9. Women Everywhere
    2:26 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    Goooo Softball Cats!!



  10. Wilford Klinner
    2:41 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    USA Today 2011 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Sidepodcast (blog) By Leigh O’Gorman Today sees the 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500



  11. lexslamman
    3:43 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    Yeehaw, cars drivin’ in circles!

    Like watching paint dry in slow motion.



  12. Willian Lacaze
    4:09 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    It’s time for the 95th running of the Indianapolis 500, but it’s the number 100 that counts in 2011.



  13. Carlos Shetley
    4:37 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    Indy 500. A hundred years is a long time. How long? When the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race was first held in 1911, the RMS Titanicwas still under construction in Ireland,



  14. Phebe Rengers
    4:40 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    Sports 1 minute ago INDIANAPOLIS — Daredevil Tanner Foust thrilled the crowd at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday by producing a spectacular world record distance jump of 332 feet



  15. Marge Silguero
    4:48 pm May 29, 2011 Permalink

    By Craig Davis, Staff Writer In four trips to the Indianapolis 500, Ryan Hunter-Reay has taken enough bizarre turns at the Brickyard to fill a career.