We’ll talk a little of everything on tonight’s show. First, the Cats picked up a basketball recruit Sunday and we’ll get Jeff Drummond of the Cats Pause’s take on the Julius Mays commit.
The UK baseball team swept Alabama over the weekend to regain sole possession of first place and with LSU and South Carolina playing each other, the Cats remain very good for a regular season title. We’ll talk about the Bat Cats tonight with Herald Leader reporter Mark Maloney.
Also, congrats to former Wildcat Sean Woods for landing the Morehead State job. We’ll talk to the Unforgettable about coming back to the Bluegrass.
The show starts at 6pm with your calls and comments tonight on Larry Glover Live.
We’ll visit with Adam Zagoria of zagsblog.com to talk UK basketball. Adam spoke with Nerlens Noel Thursday night and we’ll find out moe about that conversation.
Plus, Jeff Drummond will join us with another recruiting update and we’ll debate Gregg Doyel’s column on paying college football players. Doyel has an epiphany and now say’s that college football players should be compensated because of the damage that football does to players bodies.
We received our notice regarding SEC football media days so we thought it might be a good time to talk some SEC football. Who better to chat with than Mr. SEC’s John Pennington.
Plus, the NCAA is looking into Nerlens Noel’s ties and financial history. We’ll discuss what it all means tonight with Jeff Drummond from the Cats Pause. We’ll also pry a couple of recruiting nuggets from Jeff as well.
We’ll continue to entertain your thoughts on Joel Pett’s cartoon on John Calipari if you would like. It all kicks off at 6pm with your calls and comments tonight on Larry Glover Live.
John Calipari’s scheduling manifesto is getting a lot of attention and the reactions are mixed. John Clay of the Lexington Herald Leader isn;t buying Cal’s philosophy. He say’s that its simply a matter of Cal not wanting to go to Bllomington. He is Clay right, we’ll debate the issue with John tonight on the show.
WHAS’s Kent Spencer covers both IU and UK and he’ll weigh in and give us his opinion on why the UK/IU series ended.
Now that Anthony Bennett is off the board, where will John Calipari turn? Amile Jefferson is still out there and there are a couple of possible transfers who could help the Cats fill out the roster. We’ll chat with Jeff Drummond and get the latest on the UK recruiting scene.
Also, were you offended by Joel Pett’s cartoon in today’s edition of the Lexington Herald Leader? It poked some fun at John Calipari and his fictional trophy case and some are outraged. Twitter-verse is fluttering with demands of an apology and boycott (I’m not).
The show kicks off at 6pm with your calls and comments tonight on Larry Glover Live.
John Calipari released his scheduling manifesto on his coach Cal website over the weekend. We’ll discuss his philosophy in detail coming up on the show tonight.
Plus, head trauma caused by football is in the news again thanks to the suicide by Junior Seau. Writers covering football are starting to question the future of football. We’ll talk about it tonight with CBS Sports’ Gregg Doyel.
Anthony Bennett has scratched UK from his list…so what happened? We’ll talk about it with Jeff Drummond.
The Kentucky Indiana series is over…for the time being. What are your thoughts and who is right in the he said/he said between Mitch Barnhart and IU AD Fred Glass.
Also, Mathew Mitchell is now the highest paid women’s basketball coach in the SEC after agreeing to a 7 year, 7.95 deal. Can a school pay a coach a million dollars a year who oversees a program that generates little money and works in the red?
We sat down with Glenn Logan from “A Sea Of Blue” and talked about a variety of topics including the College Game Day fan vote, Mr. Calipari goes to the White House, and the political troubles of Richie Farmer.
Plus, Jeff Drummond of the “Cats Pause” had an update on some new names on the recruiting front, we talked Andrew Wiggins, and UK baseball’s big series with Florida.