It’s been an interesting and busy week in KSR land with both Matt and Nick on vacation, but Drew and I have done our best to plow through. In case you’ve also been on vacation, here’s what you missed this week:
— John Calipari was named to a committee to give feedback on the NCAA Tournament Selection process.
— Nick and TJ Walker broke down episode 8 of “Game of Thrones.”
— Marcus Lee to Cal became official
— UK got a new baseball coach in Nick Mingione.
— Alan Cutler took over KSR in a way only Alan Cutler can
— Drew presented you with the first KSR Mock Draft of the summer
— Nick told us more about satellite camps
— Coach Cal went on the Mike Lupica Show…
— Matthew Mitchell and Ryan Lemond took over KSR
— We first heard about Tyler Ulis’ hip issue.
— Mitch Barnhart announced plans for a $45 million baseball facility
— Drew broke down some footage of the newcomers at one of the UK Basketball camps
— The basketball team got in some very early work at the Nutter Training Center
— Drew profiled five 2018 targets John Calipari might have called after the contact period began
— Isaiah Briscoe and Tai Wynyard spoke to the media about their experiences this summer
— A Cincinnati news station released the dash cam footage of Derek Willis’ arrest
— Drew told us what the pundits are saying about UK’s draft prospects one week before the big day
— Erin Calipari told us about her dad’s many superstitions
— Western Kentucky coach Rick Stansbury said WKU students that wear UK or UofL shirts need to transfer
— SLAM Magazine did an excellent video feature on Tyler Ulis
— John Short convinced Willie Cauley-Stein to do a Bluegrass album
— Governor Matt Bevin removed all existing members from the UofL Board of Trustees and announced UofL president James Ramsey is retiring
— We found out Charles Matthews is visiting Xavier
— Willie Cauley-Stein showed off a portrait of himself with “Space Jam” characters that he commissioned
— ESPN’s Chad Ford shared his thoughts on where UK’s players will be drafted
— Lamar Thomas, Eddie Gran, and Vince Marrow gave us two entertaining hours of Kentucky Sports Radio, featuring a call from Darius Rucker, which made Ryan Lemond melt
— Vince Marrow spoke out about decommitments
Now, go enjoy your weekend.