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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.

 -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.

-Former Kentucky QB Jared Lorenzen broke his tibia on Sunday in a CIFL game. Link here with video.

 -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.

 -Great article by Louisville Sports Live about a top heavy AAC.

-For you Reds fans

 -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.

 -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.