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Choose your own Kentucky basketball adventure: Pick draft entrants to return, recruits to reclassify

LEXINGTON, Ky. — What a weird offseason for Kentucky basketball. With NBA draft decisions dragging on for another month, a rash of potential reclassifications in recruiting and John Calipari on some kind of talent-hoarding bender, the Wildcats’ 2018-19 roster remains very much in flux. Five players from the 2017-18 team definitely are gone: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Kevin Knox and Hamidou Diallo to the NBA draft, and Sacha Killeya-Jones and Tai Wynyard to new schools. Three Cats are expected to return: Nick Richards, Quade Green and Jemarl Baker. Four top-40 recruits have signed for next season: No. 9 E.J. Montgomery, No. 11 Keldon Johnson, No. 20 Immanuel Quickley and No. 34 Tyler Herro. That’s what we know. And then there’s this: three early NBA entrants could decide to return to Kentucky and three 5-star guards with high interest in, or commitments to, the Wildcats are considering a move from the 2019 class to 2018. What happens next season in Lexington will be shaped a great deal by those six upcoming decisions. While we wait, why not have a little fun imagining the various possibilities? Here, now: your video game-like chance to create a roster from the available options. Try to imagine all of these pieces fitting together from a style and chemistry perspective, weigh experience vs. young talent, and choose your own adventure wisely. NBA draft decisions (pick one) Unlike Gilgeous-Alexander, Knox and Diallo, the trio of PJ Washington, Jarred Vanderbilt and Wenyen Gabriel — all former 5-star recruits — did not hire agents. They have until May 30 to pull out of the draft after working out for NBA teams and/or... read more

Inside the numbers: Crimson Tide have become turnover kings

Alabama coach Nick Saban isn’t big on a lot of statistics — at least not the ones fans see on a regular basis. However, a big exception to that is turnovers. He calls it “one of the most significant statistics in winning and losing,” and it’s becoming ingrained in everything the Crimson Tide do on the field. That’s why you hear things such as, “We want to protect the football at all cost,” from Damien Harris. The senior running back didn’t have a fumble last season. His entire position group had just 1, committed by Ronnie Clark against Mercer. Just a few years ago fumbles were a major concern for the Crimson Tide backfield, but no more. If Alabama could stop having issues with the returners fielding punts, the team would be posting some eye-popping numbers. Consequently, even though Alabama hasn’t led the nation in turnover margin during the Saban era, they’ve still become the kings of the statistic. Only once since 2007 has Alabama not had a plus ratio. Alabama turnover ratio Season Gained Lost Margin Rank 2007 24 20 +4 34 2008 25 19 +6 32 2009 24 12 +12 4 2010 26 14 +12 tie-11 2011 20 12 +8 23 2012 29 15 +14 13 2013 19 17 +2 tie-48 2014 20 22 -2 tie-71 2015 27 17 +10 tie-21 2016 29 19 +10 17 2017 24 10 +14 tie-5 Overall, that’s 267 turnovers created compared to 177 lost, +90 during the 11 years for an average of +8.2. When Alabama can run the ball and play top-notch defense, there aren’t many opponents who can beat... read more

Ole Miss OC Phil Longo discusses Air Raid offense, why Shea Patterson is a ‘perfect fit’

OXFORD, Miss. — Just like his boss, Hugh Freeze, new Ole Miss offensive coordinator Phil Longo’s journey to the SEC began in the high school ranks. His ascension to college football’s most competitive level, however, marks an indirect return to the birth-grounds of his schematic philosophy. This goes back to the late 90’s, when Mike Leach ran Kentucky’s offense under Hal Mumme, himself a former Texas high school coach who became an architect of the Air Raid. Longo, then just a head coach at Parsippany Hills High School (Troy, N.J.), drove down to Lexington and attended one of Leach’s coaching clinics. The trip opened Longo’s eyes, to say the least, and so started a long-running relationship between the two men. Longo spent the next two decades gradually climbing the coaching ladder, jumping to colleges like D-III William Patterson, Slippery Rock, Minnesota-Duluth and Southern Illinois. Eventually he garnered national attention while presiding over the absurdly prolific offense at Sam Houston State, an FCS program that led the country in total yards per game last season, and parlayed that success into his first ever D-I coaching job. Longo spent this spring retooling an Ole Miss offense that loses starting quarterback Chad Kelly and leading receiver Evan Engram, along with experienced wideouts Quincy Adeboyejo and Damore’ea Stringfellow. In their absence, the Rebels will rely on what they hope is a new cast of stars — 5-star quarterback Shea Patterson, young receivers like Van Jefferson and D.K. Metcalf, and now-eligible running back Jordan Wilkins. “The lights started coming on last week,” Longo said one day before the Rebel’s spring game. “I think things are starting to get into a rhythm... read more
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