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Football's Over (for us) Sunday Morning Links

Ally Tucker12/01/13


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  (Second photo via @sarnicoley)   Football may be over for the Kentucky faithful, but for the bowl-eligible of the college football world, and those still in contention for a national championship-- things are just starting to heat up. So while Kentucky may not have much to look forward to this bowl season, at least we can sit back and enjoy what has shaped up to be an exciting finish down the stretch for the best of the best. Here are a few links to get your Sunday morning started...   ---- The Courier-Journal's Tim Sullivan called this year's first season under Mark Stoops a "Honeymoon Season," one in which Kentucky fans were not quite as tied to win total. Next season though, the Big Blue Nation will pay more attention to how many wins can be totaled at the end of the season. ---- One of the cool stories that has trickled out throughout the time this year's senior class has been at Kentucky is that of the unique and close friendship between Mister Cobble and Donte Rumph. The two have been quite the pair over the years, winning the heart's of many fans due to their jovial nature and very obvious close bond between each other. Even though the seniors' time at Kentucky as football players has come to an end, the bonds will not be broken for many.  ---- The position of quarterback has been the cause of much distress throughout the 2013 season. The questions won't likely subside as we enter 2014 season, with a slew of quarterbacks poised to return-- along with the addition of Drew Barker. Mark Story starts early as he ponders the starting quarterback position in 2014.  ---- In a season for changing of powers in some respects for the SEC and college football in general, most things at Kentucky generally stayed the same according to John Clay.  ---- College football gave the world a treat on Saturday with a line-up of fantastic games, most of which did not disappoint. In the midst of the big time games, the stage was finally set for the SEC championship game: Missouri vs. Auburn. Few, if any, could have predicted that outcome at the beginning of the season. KSR favorite Gregg Doyel takes a look at an unlikely Missouri team who will be competing for the SEC title in only its second year in the league.  And last but not least, enjoy the call from an Auburn announcer for the Auburn/Alabama finish... Dude gets a litttttttle excited...

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