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Morning, Cat Fans! Many of you are probably reading this in a dark room after living it up yesterday with the Keeneland, Baseball, and Blue/White triple header. In case you missed out on any of those events or just want to recap how they went down here are some links: Baseball: The second ranked Cats evened the series 1-1 with the top ranked Tigers by beating them 8-1.  David Mulloy was at the game for KSRcollege and provided a quick recap. Today at 1 p.m. the series, the SEC lead, and possibly the number one ranking will be decided. USA Today had an excellent preview of the entire series which you can check out here. Football: In the Blue/White scrimmage it was the First Team overcoming a 14 point handicap to defeat the Second Team 35-28. The biggest story of the game was the emergence of some play makers. Don't believe me? Ask Nick Roush or Jenn Smith, both described the improved looks on offense. The First Team defense also looked much improved from last season. They only allowed one touchdown until the final seconds of the game. John Clay writes that Joker can look at the success of the baseball team for inspiration. Nerlens: Nerlens Noel made his official visit to Lexington  and took in all of the sights around town. Keeneland, the football game, and of course the Henry Clay Prom! Basketball: One more stop has been added to the trophy tour. The National Champs are going to make an appearance before the Reds game this Tuesday. No word yet if Anthony Davis will be named the starting pitcher although it would be wise since it is impossible to score against him.   Our man John Wall dished out the go ahead assist as the Wizards beat the Heat, granted the Heat didn't have Lebron or Bosh, and Wade went down with an injury but it was still a nice play.  

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