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Today on KSR: Remember that time Kentucky beat Louisville by 32 in the Governor’s Cup?

It’s been almost a week since Kentucky completely crushed the souls of Scott and his Tots. If you thought we weren’t going to continue to remind you of that fascinating moment, think again. Kentucky scored 45 points on 42 plays. On average they gained a first down every time they touched the ball. And oh yeah, the Cats only passed it twice. Domination. Relive it in all its glory with the help of KyWildcatsTV.

It was a glorious afternoon in the Bluegrass, despite the elements. Adam Luckett and I relived every spectacular moment in a new edition of the 11 Personnel podcast. You’ll be able to listen once I can find an operational USB cord. Thanks to the folks at Apple, it takes an act of God to find a cord compatible with our recorder.

Until that time comes, Jack Pilgrim has an exciting new episode of Sources Say live and running. Aaron Torres has some takes fired up and ready to go as well before Alan Cutler returns to the airwaves with Ryan and Drew at 10 a.m. ET. There’s much more on the docket today…

 

Recruiting Craziness Continues

Kentucky’s coaches are all over the country visiting 2020 commits, pitching their final targets in the class and extending scholarship offers to underclassmen. If you missed the latest from last night, don’t worry. There will be plenty more stops later today.

Are you ready for some football?

A week ago the Bears were slogging away at a Thanksgiving day victory, while the Cowboys got crushed on national television. Tonight they’ll fight for a chance to be in the playoffs when the ball is kicked off on Fox at 8:20 p.m. ET. The best place to watch all of the action is at KSBar and Grille where you can enjoy a hot bowl of Chili Gillispie, half price wings and drink specials to accompany your football.

Jauan Jennings Slapped on the Wrist

The Tennessee Volunteers’ most explosive offensive athlete will miss the first half of their bowl game. The SEC handed down the punishment after reviewing video of Jennings on the sideline. If you look closely, it looks like Tennessee wide receiver is stomping on a helmet-less guy’s face. He should just sit for the rest of the year but the Jeremy Pruitt I know would never go out of his way to discipline a talented player.

Josh Allen is a Beast

Kick back and enjoy all nine of Josh Allen’s sacks, the most by any rookie this year. Don’t let people tell you Nick Bosa is better.

A Conversation with John Calipari

The Kentucky Basketball team will be talking chalk this afternoon at approximately 2 p.m. ET as the team prepares to to return to action this Saturday against Fairleigh Dickinson. We’ll have everything you need to know from the event and a live stream right here on KSR.

Big Ten/ACC Blowouts

Things got ugly on the final night of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Big Ten teams absolutely waxed the ACC, including Ohio State. That game in Vegas is shaping up to be the Wildcats’ most difficult challenge of the season.

  • #6 Ohio State 74, #7 North Carolina 49
  • Purdue 69, #5 Virginia 40
  • #3 Maryland 72, Notre Dame 51
  • Georgia Tech 73, Nebraska 56

Travels Don’t Exist

Cliches are cliches because they’re true. Some NBA defenders would like to say it’s a myth that the NBA let’s anyone and everyone travel. LeBron James proved last night that officials don’t care whatsoever about traveling violations.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander didn’t need to travel to be spectacular.

 

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

3 Comments for Today on KSR: Remember that time Kentucky beat Louisville by 32 in the Governor’s Cup?



  1. macattack
    9:20 am December 5, 2019 Permalink

    As someone who watches a ton of NBA, I’m not so sure that was a walk by NBA standards. They have made it clear that you get two steps to “gather the ball” and then two steps. He takes three and leaves his pivot foot down, or so it looks like to me. Now it definitely be a turnover for palming/carrying. I just don’t think it was actually a walk.



    • ClutchCargo
      9:33 am December 5, 2019 Permalink

      Even if you ignore the above, it was without a doubt a double dribble. Either way, it should have been a turnover.



    • StillBP
      9:34 am December 5, 2019 Permalink

      I don’t know what video you’re watching. Or maybe just watch again. He takes three steps while dribbling, then walks two steps without dribbling, and then leaves his pivot foot down on the third step and starts dribbling again. Even LeBron said he’s embarassed by that blatant walk. He says he got caught up watching his teammate tussle w Donovan Mitchell and just forgot to keep dribbling.