It looks like Skyy Clark won’t be a 2021 recruit after all. According to Rivals recruiting analyst David Sisk, Clark says he will not reclassify and will instead remain in the 2022 class. This comes a day after he announced his final eight of Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina, Memphis, UCLA, USC, Tennessee State, and Oregon.
Defending Southeastern Conference and national champion LSU will host Missouri and visit Vanderbilt in its expanded Southeastern Conference schedule, while Alabama will visit Mizzou and host Kentucky in league play revised by the coronavirus pandemic. The league on Friday released two additional cross-divisional opponents in a docket shortened to 10 conference-only games with play beginning on Sept.
Michael Trigg, a duel-sport athlete, has cut the Kentucky Wildcats from his list, after he announced a top three of the USC Trojans, South Carolina Gamecocks and LSU Tigers. Trigg initially had a list of 10, which included the Wildcats, along with current finalists USC, South Carolina, LSU, and Auburn, UNC, Michigan State, Illinois, Ohio State, and Penn State It’s not a big loss in terms of basketball, but Trigg cutting Kentucky on the football side hurts, as he was rated as the fourth-best tigh...