Good morning, Kentucky fans! Mondays stink, but grab some coffee and catch up on your Kentucky news to make this one better.
Here are three things to know:
- Miami fired its head coach, Al Golden, on Sunday. One journalist thinks Mark Stoops could be one of six viable candidates to replace Golden in Coral Gables.
- During what was an ugly showing, a few former Kentucky football players reacted to the Wildcats’ 42-16 loss against Mississippi State Saturday. Kentucky fell to 4-3 overall and 2-3 in the SEC.
- The Wildcats struggled in all phases of the game Saturday night. Kentucky had no answer for Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott and coach Mark Stoops spoke about his team’s performance. Check out the team’s Saturday report card.
Other Kentucky news from around the Internet
- The Wildcats used a questionable defensive formation Saturday, and as such, it opened up all kinds of opportunities for quarterback Dak Prescott.
- Basketball season is right around the corner. What are the big question marks for the Wildcats going into the new season?
The best stories around the SEC
- If they land head coaching gigs at other schools, Nick Saban could potentially lose three assistants
- Todd Gurley and Isaiah Crowell bonded over their UGA roots Sunday after their NFL game against each other
- Despite losing in a four-overtime game Saturday, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn still followed up to check on an injured Arkansas player
- According to a report, Kyler Murray didn’t play for the Aggies Saturday because of his sideline behavior the week before
- Georgia’s offensive coordinator and its five-star quarterback recruit hit if off in an in-home visit last week