The 140th Kentucky Derby provided yet another great race yesterday, with the favorite California Chrome holding off a late charge from Commanding Curve. You know what that means, KSR will get 24 hours of fun with Ryan Lemond on 630 WLAP. With that being said, here is your Sunday morning links.
For everything you need to know about yesterday’s victor, California Chrome, the New York times has you covered. In this article, you’ll find the entire back story of the winning thoroughbred and more.
For the first time in his NBA career, John Wall wasn’t able to go to the Kentucky Derby. This season, he has more important things to worry about, like defeating the Indiana Pacers in the second round of the NBA playoffs. “Happy to be in the playoffs,” Wall said Saturday. “I think it’s more important to be playing the sport I love. I’ve done [the Kentucky Derby] two or three or times, so that’s over with for me right now.” See more of what Wall had to say about advancing in this article by the Washington Post.
ICYMI, Kentucky football’s season opener will air live on the SEC Network. Gone are the days of tape delayed coverage, thanks to the new channel devoted to keeping its fans up to date. Kentucky will have two of its first three games featured, beginning with the season opener against UT-Martin, followed by the primetime Florida matchup during week 3.
#25 Kentucky baseball fell victim to a strong pitching effort from Tennessee this weekend, losing the series 1-2. After a dominating 15-1 victory on Thursday, the BatCats were unable to finish the weekend off with another win. For more on this weekend’s baseball series, here’s your complete rundown.