How many years in a row has Kentucky beaten Mizzou? Three? Four?
I agree... At worse UK should be #2.
Methinks you left a team out when constructing your list.
These sort of remind me of the Create-a-Team logos from NBA Live 2000.
Don't forget, Kentucky also has Chris Rodriquez back with Smoke and Rose. We have a three-headed monster in the backfield along with some fairly talented redshirt freshmen that'll be chomping at the bit to get some snaps. Beware the Hydra?
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Thank you for not riding the Tennessee hype train.
While I despise Tennessee just as much as the next guy, I cannot remember the last time they were Pre-Season Top 25.
I'm just going to repeat what everybody else is saying.. Where is Notre Dame and Michigan? Especially Michigan!
Pete Maravich, hands down. Why is this even being discussed?
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Auburn should be on this list no lower than the 2-spot. TAMU should have never even been considered. I'd throw Tennessee or Georgia on there before TAMU.
Louisville in the Orange Bowl?!?!?
Stay ahead of Kentucky? You do realize that UK has a 5 game winning streak over Mizzou. Right?
I don't understand the Kentucky GIF...
Will someone with head coaching experience go to Vandy? Look at Kentucky. Whenever we need a coach, we have two options: an up and coming coordinator, or a down and out/retired head coach with too much time on their hands. I'm pretty sure a retired head coach will not be looking at Vandy any time soon.
Before hiring Rick Pitino at Kentucky, CM Newton was having a hard time finding anyone to take over a program that was suffering under probation. If Pitino turned him down, he had planned on coaching the team, himself, and hiring Kyle Macy as his assistant for one year and handing the reigns over to him the next.
Ol' dude has a reputation for being satirical. That, or just a depressed Louisville fan. No one can really tell.
I keep clicking on these articles hoping to see Kentucky get mentioned. I mean, if Mizzou can get a guy like Kelly Bryant, why can't UK pick up some of these "elite" transfers?
I need you to explain this simile.