If Rich Brooks refuses to make staff changes -- something he says he won't do -- he'll likely be gone shortly after Kentucky plays Tennessee in its season finale Nov. 27.
Does the NCAA use selective enforcement? Does it protect its power programs and take it out on the little guys? Public perception says yes, but a closer look at history -- both long ago and recent -- says no.
We haven't had a two-loss national champion in 47 years. But with the way the SEC East race is playing out, the conference champion might be lucky to escape with just two losses.
ESPN.com senior writer Pat Forde provides instant analysis from the Louisville-Kentucky game.
In a profession that collectively goes by the book, Texas Tech's Mike Leach goes for broke. His unconventional style worked again against Texas A&M, writes Pat Forde.
The resignation of offensive coordinator Ron Hudson ends a stalemate between the 'Cats and coach Rich Brooks.
Both Kentucky's Guy Morriss and Florida's Ron Zook had pretty good weeks, but one of them is bound to be disappointed after the Wildcats and Gators meet on Saturday.
Times are tough at Kentucky, but with Jared Lorenzen at QB, they should at least be entertaining.