Good evening, my friends, or as the fans in the picture above would say, buonasera. We’ve finally reached the end of a long, busy week, and just in case you missed something, I’ve collected our best posts for you. De nadda.
It feels like so long ago, but on Monday, Calipari released the final part of his “Vision for the Program Series” in which he announced he will retire at UK. If you’re feeling down about Marques Bolden, give that another read and it will make you feel better.
Afterwards, Drew examined which goals Calipari is likely to achieve if he stays at UK another ten years.
Inspired by the big Rangers/Blue Jays fight, Freddie Maggard told us which UK football players from the past he would consider “enforcers.”
Nick Roush and TJ Walker broke down another classic episode of “Game of Thrones.”
We had our first Cincinnati Reds baseball report from Eric Roseberry.
Finally, I gave ten suggestions on how to jazz up the game day atmosphere at Rupp Arena, which is one of Calipari’s top priorities over the next few years.
Man, a lot happened on Monday.
2016 signee Chanin Scott decommitted, yet another blow for the UK Hoops program.
UofL fans overreacted to the Yum Center’s promotion of the Timberwolves/Heat preseason game.
NBA Cats were all over the Draft Lottery.
De’Aaron Fox’s new mixtape got us excited for next season.
I attempted to figure out where the UK Hoops program goes after a month of turnover and turmoil.
We found out Charles Matthews is transferring.
Isaiah Briscoe’s dad told Kyle Tucker his son has regained all the confidence he lost during his freshman season at Kentucky during NBA workouts. Hmm.
The first of two bits of bad news for Stoops and company this week.
A lot of Marques Bolden stuff.
Gabriel said he was proud to pick Kentucky over Duke, making him a frontrunner for favorite incoming freshman.
A great feel-good story about Devin and his special guest at the Draft Lottery.
Fox, Monk, Briscoe, Bam, and Willis seems to be the most popular lineup.
Freddie Maggard gives you his way-too-early predictions for football season.
I’ll leave you with this because I’ve watched it so many times today and it’s still funny: