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Good morning, friends. I am currently writing to you from the sunny state of Florida, where there are three types of people - retired yankees, relocated southerners, and third-generation Floridians. One of these is scary breed of folks: you decide. Anyways, we awake to (not surprisingly) a morning of not much news. Let's check it out with some AM linkage: - Last night, the Indiana boys All-Star team beat the ever-living tar out of the Kentucky All-Stars, 114-60. That's a 54-point loss. FIFTY-FOUR.  Indiana has dominated of late (having won 10 in a row and 17 of the last 18 games), but this game clearly got out of hand. UK-commit Derek Willis led Kentucky with 18 points. - On a brighter note for the Bluegrass state, the Kentucky girls All-Star topped the Indiana All-Stars, 84-78. UK-bound Ms. Basketball Makayla Epps put up 17 points and 10 assists. However  it was Ashton Feldhaus who sealed the deal for the girls with a late three. Neither of these All-Star games mean much, but I hate losing to Indiana in anything. - A little well-timed shameless self-promotion: The band I manage, Houndmouth just released their album From the Hills Below the City and also played Conan last week. Do with that what you will. - The C-J's Ben Roberts penned (er...keyboarded?) a piece claiming that now that UK's  2014 football class is on America's radar, rivals will come hard trying to flip commitments.  That's a valid point, and we should all suit up for war against rivals temper our expectations should kids choose to go elsewhere. Ah, screw it - too late - I am already too excited about the future. - But no worries. Stoops never quits. Coach Stoops will be at powerhouse school Cardinal Mooney's Camp of Champions, along with his brothers, in early July. This camp and school are a big deal for fostering that Ohio recruiting pipeline. - Did you celebrate National Bourbon Day yesterday? Well, this guy (Rep. Andy Barr) did.

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2021-09-16