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Today on KSR: Moving on From a 60-Point Loss

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Photo via SEC

Good Morning, Big Blue Nation!

Well, that simply didn’t go well last night. Kentucky was having success moving the ball early against #1 Alabama, but only put three points on the board in two scoring opportunities to begin the game. The Crimson Tide held on to a 7-3 lead after the first quarter and things got very, very ugly from that point on. As you all probably know by now, ‘Bama ended up winning 63-3. Below are some links if you feel like punishing yourself by reliving that beat down, but the rest of us are going to simply move on and spread some positivity on this gloomy, rainy Sunday.

The Bad and Not-So-Bad

WATCH: Stoops, Rose, Paschal After the Loss

Three Plays: Everything Went Wrong

Final: Alabama 63 Kentucky 3

Alright, all positivity from here on out!

Nerlens Noel Signs with the Knicks

(Joe Robbins | Getty Images)

Former Kentucky assistant coach Kenny Payne has wasted no time putting his stamp on the Knicks since arriving just a few months ago. Thursday evening the New York Knicks surprised just about everyone by selecting Immanuel Quickley in the first round. Then, yesterday, Nerlens landed a one-year deal in the Big Apple.

Playing for the Oklahoma City Thunder last season, Noel averaged 7.4 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game in less than 20 minutes per contest. He will join fellow Wildcats Julius Randle and Kevin Knox, along with Quickley, on the Knicks 2020-2021 roster.

Rajon Rondo Signs with the Hawks

(Garrett Ellwood | NBAE via Getty Images)

In other BBNBA news, Rajon Rondo landed a two-year, $15 million dollar contract with the Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks will mark the seventh team that Rondo has suited up for in his now 15 season career.

Fresh off his second NBA Championship with the Los Angeles Lakers last season, Rondo averaged 7.1 points and 5.0 assists per game. He will be joining forces with Trae Young on an Atlanta Hawks team that will be looking to make a leap towards competing for an Eastern Conference Playoff spot this season.

College Basketball is Almost Here!!!

In the best news you will probably hear all day, there will be NCAA Division I basketball being played in three days! That’s right folks, we have almost made it. As you probably know, #10 Kentucky will host Morehead State in the first of three Big Blue Showcase games on Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time. What are the other headline games you ask? I’ve got you covered.

#12 Tennessee vs. Charlotte at 8:00 p.m.

Memphis vs. St Mary’s at 4:30 p.m. on ESPN

#3 Villanova vs. Boston College at 7:00 p.m. on ESPN

#2 Baylor vs. #18 Arizona State at 9:00 p.m. on ESPN

NFL Sunday

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Are you ready for some football? After that Kentucky game yesterday I understand if you aren’t (whoops, I wasn’t supposed to mention that again). However, if you want to move on, there is a full slate of National Football League action today featuring some interesting matchups.

At 1:00 p.m. you have the marquee game of the day as Drew Franklin’s Tennessee Titans travel to take on the Baltimore Ravens. Both teams sit at 6-3 on the season.

If the Cincinnati Bengals are your team, they also play at 1:00 against the Washington Football Team.

At 4:05 we get another big-time matchup between the 7-2 Green Bay Packers and the 6-3 Indianapolis Colts.

Finally, Sunday Night Football will feature the 8-1 Kansas City Chiefs and the 6-3 Las Vegas Raiders.

As always, you can find coverage on the ‘Cats in the NFL right here on Kentucky Sports Radio throughout the day.

@BRamseyKSR

Article written by Brandon Ramsey

10 Comments for Today on KSR: Moving on From a 60-Point Loss



  1. sprtphan
    10:33 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

    The next time someone complains in the preseason that we’re not getting any respect they should immediately be popped right in the mouth.



    • 2andToodleLoo
      11:45 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

      100% agree. Yesterday and the Missouri game debacle are why UK doesn’t get or earn any respect nationally.



  2. CatfaninCinci
    10:42 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

    Get ready next year. They’ll be back. With Roush leading the charge!



    • BobbyBlue
      11:48 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

      Memories of Bill Curry teams keep flashing through my mind— yuck !!



  3. Wildfelinebeeline
    10:46 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

    Four Wildcats on the Steelers team and you talk the mediocre Titans and the unbearable Bengals?!? And your site wonders why people gripe about preseason hype? Go Steelers! And, go anyone who beats the Titans and Bungals!



  4. eb4ukcats
    10:49 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

    Yet another complete melt down by Stoops. I’ve had more, than enough of his complete failure of a coach.
    Fire Stoops now and let Marrow finish the season as head coach.



  5. fashodo
    11:13 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

    Rondo’s 10th NBA season? He was in Boston alone for like 9 years. Get it together man.



    • Brandon Ramsey
      11:37 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

      Haha yeah I screwed that up. He was in Boston for 9 years alone.



  6. UKFanSC
    11:19 am November 22, 2020 Permalink

    No way to polish yesterday‘s turd. It was an embarrassment to the program and to our players who participated. But like all Kentucky football teams, they should just take their ass whipping like men and prepare for whatever humiliation is in the immediate future.



  7. Southky
    12:12 pm November 22, 2020 Permalink

    Guess what…another epic beatdown coming next week, but Stoops has em about to turn the corner!! Lol.