Cats Illustrated gets your day started right with a look at all the best and most important Kentucky news, discussion and highlights featuring recruits, current teams and players or even former Cats in the pros.
Cats Illustrated content from Saturday
BASEBALL: Cats take series from Vanderbilt for the first time since 2009. Kentucky has one of the hottest baseball teams in America and they're now 7-1 in Southeastern Conference play.
FOOTBALL: Post-scrimmage notes; Offense efficient, Eli Brown steps up. Derek Terry has all you need to know about Saturday scrimmage and what the coaches said afterwards.
RECRUITING: Saturday notes on Jerome Carvin, Jairus Brents, Dennis Briggs and others. Is Kentucky holding strong or fading with a four-star Cordova (Tenn.) offensive tackle? When does Brents plan to visit Lexington again? Is Briggs, a star defensive end, still hearing as much from Kentucky as he did earlier in the process? That and much more here.
RECRUITING: Peyton Woulard lands a Kentucky offer and now the Georgia defensive back plans to visit a second time. Matt House and Steven Clinkscale are both heavily recruiting this 6-foot-1 safety. Woulard plays a position of need and was at Kentucky for the program's first junior day in January.
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Cats in the NBA
Karl-Anthony Towns had a characteristically big night for the Timberwolves but it came in a loss to Sacramento. Willie-Cauley Stein and Skal Labissiere combined to score 21 points for the Kings in their win.
Devin Booker poured in 31 points and dished out seven assists for the Suns in a loss to the Blazers.