In the great state of Kentucky, there are some unusual comings and goings.
First, Louisville's previously ineligible Muhammed Lasege won
the right to play from a Jefferson County judge. He overruled the NCAA
in a number of ways. Given the Supreme Court's recent ruling about the Boy
Scouts and private organizations and the right to assemble freely, it seems like
the NCAA might have an argument if they choose to pursue it, but they're
probably getting sick of lawsuits.
And in Lexington, a rough season isn't getting any better with the
possible departure of Marvin Stone, who is not pleased with his playing
time. No final word yet, but it doesn't sound like he's planning on