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
Jim Harbaugh and his khakis are going international. Michigan football will officially spend part of its spring practice schedule in Rome. The program announced Monday that it will hold three of its 15 spring practices at the facility of AS Roma, a professional soccer club located in Italy’s capital city.
Bret Bielema has gone 25-26 in four seasons at Arkansas, leading the Razorbacks to three straight bowl games after a winless SEC season in 2013. It's tough to rise up in the SEC West in this era of Alabama dominance, but since the paychecks are huge -- every coach in the division makes at least $4 million per year -- the expectations are high at each and every program. One Arkansas fan took to the time-honored tradition of paying for an ad in the Sunday newspaper to vent his frustrations with Bielema, basketball coach Mike Anderson and current athletic director Jeff Long. The fan, James Rogers, of Memphis, Tenn., even put his name to his criticism of Long and the approximately $8 million that