Kentucky v Michigan game day news and UK Football Bowl predictions

Greetings BBN.

Today is a big day in the world of British athletics.

First, the Kentucky Wildcats’ No. 19 men’s basketball team meets the Michigan Wolverines in London at 1:00 p.m. ET.

Later we’ll learn the bowl goal for the football team, which should come sometime this afternoon. So here’s where some of the latest Bowl projections land the Cats (remember it’s supposedly going all the way to the Music City/Liberty Bowl).

UK Football Bowl projections

Additionally, the women’s basketball team is back home to compete against UNC-Greensboro.

Go cats!!!

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headlines

Women’s basketball returns home to fight UNC-Greensboro on National Sock Day, Trivia Day – UK Athletics
The game, which will be the first in Kentucky in 10 days and the first home game in 17 days, will be televised on SEC Network+, with Jeff Piecoro and Christi Thomas on the phone. The first 1,000 fans in attendance will receive a free pair of Kentucky-style socks in celebration of National Sock Day.

Davey and Caruso qualify for the 2024 Olympic Trials at the Toyota US Open – UK Athletics
Gillian Davey beat an elite field to win gold in the women’s 200m breaststroke, while Nick Caruso also posted a qualifying time for the Olympic Trials as the Kentucky swimming competition closed at the 2022 Toyota US Open on Saturday night.

Kentucky, Michigan meets in London on Sunday – UK Athletics
Michigan is also 5-2 after suffering a hard-fought loss to No. 3 Virginia in Tuesday night’s ACC Big Ten Challenge at home. The Wolverines also lost to Arizona State at the Legends Classic in Brooklyn.

Kentucky offers Buffalo RB sign Lamar Sperling – On3
The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Jam won Ohio’s Mr. Football award that season with 3,984 yards and 59 touchdowns. You read those numbers right. Sperling signed for Buffalo in September, but Kentucky entered the chat.

Kentucky vs. Michigan: numbers you need to know – On3
19.1 – Points per game by Hunter Dickinson leads the Wolverines. It is the third straight season that he has been Michigan’s top scorer. The 7-foot-1 center also leads the team in rebounds per game (9.1) and blocked shots (16).

QB Transfer Big Board 2.0: Options are emerging quickly – On3
The offensive coordinator search for Kentucky is moving at a snail’s pace, but the quarterback’s options are quickly emerging in the transfer portal.

2025 ATH Taizaun Burns holds early offers from Akron and Kentucky – 247
After a stellar sophomore season, Columbus (Ohio) East 2025 athlete Taizaun Burns has seen his recruitment kick off when he accepted his first two offers from Akron and Kentucky last month.

Dominant Georgia continues perfect season with SEC title – ESPN
After all manner of turbulence in the CFP rankings, the No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs left no doubt as the sport’s top team, dismantling the No. 11 LSU Tigers 50-30 in Saturday’s SEC title game in Atlanta.

Sources – Deion Sanders preparing to take coaching job in Colorado – ESPN
Jackson State coach Deion Sanders is preparing to take the job as head coach in Colorado, sources told ESPN.

TCU fails to secure College Football Playoff berth in OT loss to Kansas State in Big 12 title game – Yahoo Sports
The Horned Frogs (12-1) entered the Big 12 title game as one of three undefeated teams in college football. While the loss could jeopardize TCU’s playoff chances, it shouldn’t. Especially given USC’s loss to Utah on Friday night.

Turtle celebrates 190th birthday as world’s oldest land animal – Good News Network
The turtle Jonathan is the oldest living land animal in the world and celebrates his 190th birthday with video and cake.

US Grants First Approval for Gut Microbiota Transplant Therapy – Good News Network
The procedure, developed by Switzerland’s Ferring Pharmaceuticals, is used to treat Clostridium difficile, a deadly bacterial infection.

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