Kentucky cruised to its seventh consecutive SEC victory on Saturday with an 85-69 win over South Carolina. However the win came with a price, as freshman starting point guard De'Aaron Fox went down with an ankle injury in the first half. He returned to the bench in the second half sporting a walking boot and did not play. If coach John Calipari knew anything about the injury, he didn't show any real concern about it, downplaying the severity of it after the game. "It's not swelled," Calipari said. "I think it might've been a stinger. I don't know. But something hit his ankle, so he's in a boot. But they said there's no swelling, so I don't know." The status of Fox has not been updated, and with
Olivia Munn is stirring the pot when it comes to Aaron Rodgers’s family feud. Another comment Munn liked read, “Thank you for standing by Aaron when his own family sold stories to the media in recent weeks and tried very hard to wreck his momentum.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — There's a mantra that players quickly come to learn when they play for Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. It's placed in different spots in the locker room, it's on the walls around the team facility, and the coach himself repeats it often: "Do your job." Perhaps no other unit for the Patriots has embodied Belichick's go-to phrase more than his defense this season. And if New England hopes to capture its fifth Super Bowl, no other group will be relied on more as the Patriots face an Atlanta Falcons offense that has scored a combined 80 points through two playoff games. Defensive back Duron Harmon, who had a huge touchdown-saving tackle in the second quarter