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Sprints Will Fight With Its Dialysis Machine Tied Behind Its Back // 03.29.12

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Things are getting a little intense in the Bluegrass State.
Things are getting a little intense in the Bluegrass State.

This is full of win
Sure, you've probably heard a story about a fan of your team fighting with the fan of another team. Odds are, only Kentucky and Louisville fans can talk about that fight happening at the dialysis center.

"I didn't talk to him about the ball game; I was talking to another guy about the game," the UofL fan exclaimed. "He was meddling."

It gets better from there.

Two Georgia Defenders Suspended at Least Two Games
Georgia's Alec Ogletree and Bacarri Rambo are suspended for at least two games to start the 2012 football season. I can't add much to Year2's write-up, so I won't try.

Bryce Drew out of the picture for Mississippi State
At this point, I'm not sure anyone really knows who is or even might be a candidate for the Western Division Bulldogs' head basketball coaching position. I expect to hear Jon Gruden's name mentioned at any time.

Arnett Moultrie to the draft
At this point, the ability of Mississippi State to even field a basketball next team next season is looking dubious.

Danny O'Brien to Wisconsin
The Badgers are apparently taking the Houston Nutt approach to coaching quarterbacks: Get someone else's. For the second year in a row, the most intriguing transfer is headed to Madison. Ole Miss was interested even without Nutt at the reins, as was Vanderbilt -- because the Commodores don't have a surplus of quarterbacks or anything.

Hugh Freeze coached high school girls basketball
To any Mississippi State fans who were not aware of this: You're welcome. For everyone else, it's an interesting story about one of our league's new coaches.

Alshon Jeffery trim and fast
We'll never know how much being less trim might have affected his somewhat disappointing junior season -- something we've chewed over here before -- but Jeffery has shed about 15 points and ran a decent time in the 40-yard dash at South Carolina's pro day.

Jeffery might – emphasis on that word – have put himself into the first round with his performance today. Before today, he was not listed among the top 32 prospects by ESPN Scouts Inc. and was not a projected first-round pick by either of the mock drafts on, which listed him as the No. 51 overall prospect and No. 6 receiver.

We'll know the answer soon enough for everyone except Jeffery.