Brett Favre was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame on Saturday. The No. 4 jersey was retired in front of a packed Lambeau Field of over 67,000 people. However, this Vine is the reason this post is dedicated to Favre. I could watch this Vine all day. Never change Brett, never change.
ICYMI: Kentucky received a HUGE commitment yesterday
Tate Leavitt, a JUCO transfer, announced his commitment to the Cats on Twitter Saturday. Leavitt joins an elite list of offensive linemen for the 2016 class that includes U.S. Army All-Americans Drake Jackson and Landon Young. The 2016 team will also include Ohio State transfer Marcelys Jones and current freshman George Asafo-Adjei. Leavitt, the Thornville, Ohio native chose Kentucky over Alabama, Auburn, and Oklahoma.
— Tate Leavitt (@TL_ANEWLEVEL_65) July 18, 2015
Make sure you give him a follow on Twitter and show him some Big Blue Nation love!
NBA Summer League Schedule
The semifinals of the Las Vegas Summer League will be held today. The four remaining teams include the San Antonio Spurs, Atlanta Hawks, Phoenix Suns (Devin Booker, Archie Goodwin and Josh Harrellson) and the Golden State Warriors.
San Antonio vs. Atlanta Hawks: 6:00pm ET
Phoenix Suns vs. New Orleans Pelicans: 8:00pm ET
Karl Towns’ hat and shoe game is on point
The No. 1 and No.2 draft picks were courtside watching NBA Summer League quarterfinals. Karl is seen spotting a very NBA-like hat and some Kentucky blue shoes. Looks like he is already dressing NBA ready. However, Karl might need to get some longer pants.
Linnae Harper playing for USA Basketball at Pan American Games in Toronto
Kentucky Hoops guard, Linnae Harper and the U.S. Women’s Basketball team will face Cuba in the semifinals of the Pan Am Games at 1:30pm ET on ESPN2. If the U.S. wins, they will play the winner of Canada and Brazil on Monday. Playing alongside Harper, is UCONN all-star Breanna Stewart.
These Canadian volleyball digs/saves are amazing
— CBC Sports (@cbcsports) July 18, 2015
I’m all for Kentucky getting a men’s volleyball team after watching this video. Marcus Lee, make this happen. The Canadian player saved it with his foot. That is some crazy stuff.
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