Tuesday’s Show

Matt Reida

Update: UK defeated Ole miss this morning 2-0 in Hoover, Alabama.  The Cats will on Thursday against the winner of LSU and Mississippi State.  The Tigers and Dogs will play on Wednesday.

The Kentucky baseball team starts it’s push for an SEC title this morning against Ole miss in Hoover, Alabama.  The Cats are the fourth seed and if they win they’ll play on Thursday.  Should they lose, they play again on Wednesday morning.

WHAS’s Kent Spencer will join us tonight to talk about the Cats performance and handicap their chances of winning the conference.

We’re going to talk some UK football with Jeff Drummond of the Cats Pause get a recruiting update as well.

The Larry Glover Live kicks off at 6pm with our guests and a blend of callers tonight on 590, WVLK.

Hour 2 (Jeff Drummond)

Notes:

Montrezl Harrell listed his top 4 choices via twitter today.   Louisville, Cincinnati, Alabama, and Florida top his list.  UK is noticeably absent…by choice.  The word is that the Big Blue is not interested.

Brandon Knight was named to the All-Rookie team this afternoon.  Knight received 13 first team votes and 40 overall, tied for fifth.

Mark Story of the Herald Leader wrote about the winners and losers in conference realignment.  Story say’s Kentucky could make out better than U of L.  Mark will join us on Wednesday night.

The great Dan Wetzel writes about the future of the Big East and the ACC and what their could have done to prevent they demise.

More expansion on the horizon?  David Sandhop of Aggie Insider say’s, according to sources, that the SEC is targeting UNC and either Virginia or Virginia Tech.  He also states that Clemson and FSU is very likely.  Bad news for Louisville?

The Boston Celtics defeated Philadelphia last night in the Eastern Conference Semi-finals.  Rajon Rondo paced the Celts with 13 points and 14 assists.  Larry Vaught has nice article on Rondo where Tubby Smith talks about Rajon’s time at Kentucky.

The Cincinnati Reds continue to surge with a 4-1 win over Atlanta.  Drew Stubbs led the way when he went deep twice.  Zack Cozart and pitcher Mike Leake also homered.

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