Monthly Archive: March 2018

Mar 31

Sources: Rob Gronkowski 'pretty certain' he'll return to Patriots despite friction with Bill Belichick

Gronkowski still hasn’t made a decision, but despite serious considerations since the end of the season of retiring because of physical and mental fatigue, sources say Gronkowski is “pretty certain” he’ll come back as long as Tom Brady remains with the team. However, this dose of good news for Patriots fans comes with some dilution: …

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Mar 31

“My foot is probably 100% at this point.”

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – CJ Conrad had 16 catches for 286 yards and 4 touchdowns last season before he injured his foot against Georgia. He had surgery on that foot and after the season was over, he also had his shoulder worked on. Here’s what Conrad had to say about his progress so far. The …

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Mar 31

“There was nowhere to run.”

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – The Cats finally hit the field on Saturday for a full-contact scrimmage. Coach Mark Stoops said his defense was definitely ahead. The offensive line struggled to control the defensive line leading to clogged holes. Here’s what defensive tackle Adrian Middleton had to say about the competition on Saturday. The post “There …

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Mar 31

“Defense is ahead right now.”

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – The weather has played spoiler for the Wildcat football team this spring. On Saturday after rain had kept them inside for well over a week, the Cats were able to go outside and have their first scrimmage. Here’s what Coach Mark Stoops had to say on how his team performed. The …

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Mar 31

Rain chances for Easter Sunday

 Today was beautiful with sunshine and temperatures in the 60s. It’s been a little breezy though with wind gusts up to 30 mph at times. Rain will continue to move in from the west this evening bringing a chance for showers starting after 9 PM. Rain will continue through the overnight and into your Easter …

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Mar 31

Police looking for armed man in Bell County

BELL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Police in Southeastern Kentucky are looking for an armed man following a dispute that left one person injured. It happened near the Polly Hollow area of Bell County Saturday afternoon. Police tell ABC 36 a dispute occurred between two people, at least one person was injured, but not gunshot-related. As …

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Mar 31

Police cruiser in Louisville hits child with autism

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ/WHAS) – In Graymoor-Devondale, a police cruiser hit a child Saturday morning. Around 2:30 a.m police were out looking for a missing 11-year-old with autism. Officers say they found the child, but when he saw the police car, he ran toward it. He only had minor injuries, but went to the hospital to …

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Mar 31

A police involved shooting in Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ/WHAS) – Saturday morning in Louisville, police shot a man they say had a gun. The shooting happened around 1 a.m. at the Breckenridge Square Apartments. Officers say they were talking to two men in a car when the passenger got out with a gun. The department’s chief says the officers gave the …

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Mar 31

Billboard worker in Elizabethtown dies after falling

ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (WTVQ) – A billboard worker in Elizabethtown died Friday after falling about 40 feet. Police say he was updating a sign on North Dixie Avenue in the afternoon when he fell. Officers found him dead when they arrived. They say a coworker told them the billboard worker just suddenly fell. The post Billboard …

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Mar 31

Dissecting the defenses of the Final Four teams

The high-motion, position-less offenses are the shiny objects of this Final Four. Crisp passing, alley-oop dunks, cavalcades of 3-pointers — what’s not to like? Behind the eye-catching, highlight-reel-inducing sparkle is a gritty underbelly. Yep, defense. One of sports’ deepest-rooted clich?s is defense wins championships. Tired and not necessarily true, but it certainly doesn’t hurt. The …

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