Notes? I got ya…
— Perry Ellis is announcing his decision tomorrow afternoon and the four schools he is considering are all trying to sneak one more visit in. Danny Manning met with Ellis on Monday night and Frank Martin and Wichita State’s Greg Marshall are both trying to get with him today. Coach Cal is also working on setting up another visit with Ellis before the 2:45 press conference tomorrow afternoon. It could get very crowded around the Ellis home this evening. Go get him, Cal.
— The line for the Florida game is up to -20 for the Gators. It opened at -11. Yes, you read that correctly. The line for the Florida-Kentucky game opened at -11. Eleven, as in less than two touchdowns. That could be the worst point spread in the history of gambling. I would’ve bet my life on that one had I gotten to it in time.
— After football practice today, Coach Sanders said he’s still not sure “what we’re good at” offensively. Sanders said there were three or four times against Louisville where the play he called wasn’t ran.
— West Virginia was turned down by the ACC and the SEC. West Virginia would be a good fit in the SEC for its football and fan support but the university doesn’t offer anything on the business end. A border rivalry with the Mountaineers would be pretty cool, though.
— Josh Clemons is up for GEICO’s College Football Play of the Week for his 84-yard run against Central Michigan. Click here to vote. Joe Adams is dominating it for his punt return for Arkansas.