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Links: Kentucky football’s tickets plea; Randall Cobb trade interest

Friday notes and links:

UK wants fans to lift up football team with better attendance, reports Jennifer Smith of the Herald-Leader.

NFL teams reportedly inquiring about Packers’ Randall Cobb, reports Aaron Nagler of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Kentucky basketball’s 2018-19 non-conference schedule possibly toughest John Calipari has faced at UK, reports Jerry Tipton of the Herald-Leader.

Kentucky women’s basketball schedule for 2018-19, reports Jennifer Smith of the Herald-Leader.

Michigan loses to team that Kentucky defeated in the Bahamas, reports Jared Peck of the Herald-Leader.

What Urban Meyer imbroglio says about big-time college sports, writes Mark Story of the Herald-Leader.

Disingenuous Urban Meyer gets a kiss on the cheek, says Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.

Will Muschamp makes promise to South Carolina football, reports Josh Kendall of The State.

For South Carolina safeties, size doesn’t matter as much as talent, reports David Cloninger of the Charleston Post and Courier.

Wife of Tennessee coach could be Vols’ best recruiting tool, reports Mary Constatine of the Knoxville News-Sentinel.

Jimbo Fisher getting revved up at Texas A&M, reports Robert Cessna of the Bryan/College Station Eagle.

Former Alabama quarterback Blake Barnett named starter at South Florida, reports Matt Zenitz of the Birmingham News.

Georgia’s D’Andre Walker aware of his place in NFL pipeline, reports David Paschall of the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Florida quarterback won’t be game-time decision for opener, reports Robbie Andreu of the Gainesville Sun.

Florida freshman corner working way into rotation, reports Edgar Thompson of the Orlando Sentinel.

Daniel Parker switches positions at Missouri, reports Aaron Reiss of the Kansas City Star.

Ole Miss defense leaning on its secondary, reports Maddie Lee of the Clarion-Ledger.

Benito Jones pushing through the pain at Ole Miss, reports Parrish Alford of the NE Mississippi Daily Journal.

LSU football gets a ray of light it badly needed, reports Scott Rabalais of The Advocate.

Stanford transfer making grade at LSU, reports Glenn Guilbeau of the Shreveport Times.

Arkansas kicker maintains consistency, reports Bob Holt of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Cherry juice is the secret weapon of Penn State football, reports Mike Jensen of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Keeping Will Healy at Austin Peay is goal of new athletic director, reports Mike Organ of the Tennessean.

UK women’s soccer wins in overtime, reports Herald-Leader.

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