UK Basketball Holds Annual Pro Day
2017-10-09T04:43:54Z2017-10-09T04:43:54ZBy Kendrick Haskins, Sports Anchor/Reporter
(Source: WAVE 3 News)
LEXINGTON, KY (WAVE) This is a big week for University of Kentucky basketball. Media day is set for Thursday, Big Blue Madness is on Friday night, but first, their annual pro day.90 scouts representing all 30 NBA teams were on hand in Rupp Arena as the Cats ran through some drills. Head coach, John Calipari says he was impressed with his young team. "
RALEIGH, NC (WAVE) North Carolina State quarterback, Ryan Finley throws for 367 yard and a touchdown as the 24th ranked Wolfpack up set #17 Louisville 39-25. U of L quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner, Lamar Jackson was spectacular, accounting for 427 total yards, three total touchdowns, but had a critical interception returned for a touchdown as the Cards were trying to drive to tie the game late in the fourth quarter. The Cards drop to 4-2, 1-2 in the ACC.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) Looking at the bright side for University of Louisville football, Saturday night's 47-21 loss to Clemson only dropped them five spots in the AP poll from 14 to 19. Other than that, it's hard to find too many positives from that blowout home loss. Clemson, by the way, jumped to #2 in the country, and arguably have the most impressive win of the season so far.
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