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  1. Can Terry Wilson his Desired Request?

    Quote Originally Posted by LonnyDemaree View Post
    Upon signing with Cats Wilson had one strong request and that was he want to be known as a pass first quarterback. From everything I've gleaned he has worked very hard to make sure fans see him as such. From his work ethic on and off the field, to his summer trip to the Arizona Quarterback Academy, to his performance in practice this week, to his performance in today's scrimmage. My educated sources say he was on point today as a passer.
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  2. Video: Harrison Twins Tribute

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  3. Platoon system shows advantage of tempo-free stats

    This is something I've been thinking about since I saw the pre-season all-conference and all-American teams come out and saw what is in my opinion an under-representation of UK players on these lists. So I just decided to do what is probably a too-long, very geeky article and get it out once and for all.

    A few years back I bought into the idea of tempo-free stats as espoused by Dean Oliver, Ken Pomeroy and others being a preferable method of gauging performance than raw numbers. ...

    Updated 12-11-2014 at 10:02 AM by KSRBEvans

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  4. A Tempo-Free Look at UK-Texas

    In many ways, Kentucky and Texas are mirror images of one another, with UK a little better in most areas.

    Although John Calipari discussed Texas' team speed earlier in the week, neither UK nor Texas have played fast so far. UK is averaging 65.2 possessions/game, good for 232nd nationally in adjusted tempo. Texas is playing even slower, averaging 64.4 possessions/game (263rd nationally in adjusted tempo).

    With both teams, the slow pace is largely due to their opponents ...

    Updated 12-05-2014 at 01:56 PM by KSRBEvans

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  5. 1995-2014 BCS Conf Won 54 Of 60 Final 4 Games; SEC #1 With 14, #6 Big 12 With 4

    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl View Post
    If Final 4 Wins are the strongest indicator of conference strength (which I don't agree with) the SEC looks very good. From 1995-2014 (20 years) here are the Final 4 wins by conference:

    14 SEC (Kentucky 8, Florida 5, Arkansas 1)

    12 ACC (Duke 5, North Carolina 4, Maryland 2, Georgia Tech 1)

    11 Big East (UConn 6 as the 2 wins last year they were in the AAC, Syracuse 3, Louisville 2)

    7 Big 10 (Michigan State 3, Indiana 1, Illinois 1, Ohio
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