Coming up on Friday night, we’re going to talk a little college football. The SEC and the Big 12 have agreed to have regular season champs meet in a new and unnamed bowl.
The new agreement is seen as the first step to a four super conference alignment that could mean the end of the ACC and the Big East. We’ll talk about what it means tonight on the show.
Kentucky baseball is back in action tonight in Starkville, Mississippi. The Cats now trail South Carolina by percentages and lead LSU by a half game and Florida by one game. The Cats can win the SEC or finish fourth…a big difference.
The second leg of the horse racing triple crown is set for tomorrow afternoon in Baltimore. We’ll conduct our annual Preakness contest throughout tonight’s show.
Jeff Drummond has the recruiting covered including an update on Montrezl Harrell. Harrell say’s that the Cats have indeed contacted him and that he’s interested.
The show kicks off at 6pm with your calls and comments tonight on Larry Glover Live.
Kentucky Basketball is getting some positive pub today. SI’s Andy Glockner say’s that Julius Mays and Ryan Harrow are two of the 10 biggest impact transfers for next season.
Slam Magazine has three future Wildcats on their annual High School All-American Team. Nerlens Noel, Alex Poythress and Archie Goodwin were selected to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd teams respectively.
Kerry Wood retired today ending a mixed emotions career. It began with a burst that was derailed by injuries. Kerry tossed, in his estimation, the greatest game in baseball history with a 20K, 0 walk, 1-hit gem against Astros in 1998. It’s hard to argue with his assessment…he is an infield single away from a 20K perfect game.