Kentucky Goes for Four (6.8.09)
Rich Brooks came out of several years of retirement to coach in Lexington, and after a few dismal years, he's put Kentucky into three straight bowls. The last guy to do that? Some chump named Bryant who went by a nickname that Stephen Colbert would disapprove of.
'Don't B.S. on My Leg and Tell Me It's Raining: A Memoir,' by Rich Brooks (6.9.09)
His life is more interesting than you can imagine.
Derek Abney: An Appreciation (6.10.09)
There's only one Kentucky player that I can legitimately say scared me every time he touched the ball: Derek Abney.
The Wildcat Formations (6.10.09)
If you were looking for widespread changes to the offense after last years ... uneven effort, you might be disappointed
The Future in Blue (6.11.09)
Thanks to its adopting the Kansas State scheduling philosophy and the very real improvements Rich Brooks has made to the program, Big Blue should end up in the postseason again, even in a slightly off year.
Is Kentucky Relevant? (6.12.09)
The Big Three in the SEC East (Florida, Tennessee and Georgia) used to be able to count three sure wins on their schedules: South Carolina, Kentucky and Vanderbilt. That's changed over the last four years, as all three teams have become more competitive, but Kentucky pretty quickly fell behind the Gamecocks and is arguably falling behind the Commodores in this department.