Apparently you can now longer play Flappy Bird. I personally never played it, but social media says it was popular so it must be true, right?
There is a ton of things going on sports wise around the state of Kentucky. Let’s get caught up shall we.
-It is John Calipari’s birthday. DeMarcus Cousin’s lets coaches age out of the bag.
Great dinner with the fam. Happy 80th birthday coach!! http://t.co/4aSWGJ3gzP
— demarcus cousins (@boogiecousins) February 10, 2014
-The city of Lexington, KY. is releasing plans to renovate Rupp Arena today. WDRB’s Eric Crawford still wants them to keep the memories.
-Here is a great story about a Kentucky high school wrestler who happens to have cerebral palsy. Love stories like this.
Per source, former Louisville tight ends coach Sherrone Moore is expected to be named TEs coach at Central Michigan http://t.co/lUron68Rxg
— FootballScoop Staff (@footballscoop) February 10, 2014
-Without guard Bria Smith the Louisville Lady Cards lost a tough one at No.1 UConn Sunday.
-Kentucky’s baseball team will play on TV 11 times this upcoming season.
-Kentucky’s football coaches continue to go after talent.
— Sleeper Athletes (@SleeperAthletes) February 7, 2014
-Great article by Louisville Sports Live about a top heavy AAC.
-For you Reds fans
— Reds (@Reds) February 10, 2014
-Century 21 got to know Kentucky native and Olympic bobsledder Dallas Robinson.
-Kentucky assistant coach Bradley Dale Peveto is a finalist for a position at LSU.
-Louisville signee Quentin Snider is now the all-time leading scorer at Ballard High School in Louisville after passing Allan Houston over the weekend.
— UPIKE FOOTBALL (@UPIKEFOOTBALL) January 30, 2014
-WKU won Saturday’s game by a last second three. (VIDEO)
–The state of Kentucky had 21 football players sign with D-I schools last Wednesday.