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Joe Thomas’ consecutive snaps streak snapped

Published: Sunday, October 22, 2017 @ 3:08 PM

An NFL-record streak was ended today.

Joe Thomas was injured in the third quarter of the Browns-Titans game, and so he finally missed a snap.

Thomas appeared to injure his elbow.

The Browns trail the Titans 6-3.

FINAL: South Carolina 76, Kentucky 68: Recap, analysis, box score (January 16, 2018)

Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 @ 3:22 PM

Kentucky basketball plays at South Carolina at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. Follow along below for the score, live updates and stats from the game.

Kentucky-South Carolina score, live updates, stats

FINAL: South Carolina 76, No. 18 Kentucky 68

The Wildcats could not buy a bucket over the final six minutes and hit just 3 of 8 free throws over the last 3:46 as Kentucky blew a 14-point lead by getting outscored 33-11 to close the game, spoiling a fairly impressive debut by 5-star freshman Jarred Vanderbilt. Here’s your box score:

South Carolina 71, Kentucky 68, 1:11 2H: First it was foul trouble killing the Cats and now it’s free-throw shooting. They’re 3 of 8 from the line in the last 2:35. And it’s Gamecocks ball. And UK is still in almost universal foul trouble.

Kentucky 65, South Carolina 65, 4:02 2H: The Gamecocks have completely erased a 14-point lead in 7 minutes and 30 seconds. Kentucky led by seven with 7:00 to go after Kevin Knox hit the team’s first 3-pointer of the game — extending the streak to 1,031 straight games with at least one make — and by five with  4:47 remaining when Richards grabbed a big offensive rebound but  bricked the putback dunk. USC converted a three-point play on the other end, then raced in for a tying layup on the Cats’ next miss.

Kentucky 60, South Carolina 55, 7:21 2H: The Cats led 57-43 with 11:34 to go in Jarred Vanderbilt’s welcome party — and now the wheels are falling off. Gabriel just fouled out and Diallo, Gilgeous-Alexander and Killeya-Jones all have four fouls as the Gamecocks are making their move. They have two free throws coming to get within three in the span of barely four minutes. The Cats have missed three of their last four shots.

Kentucky 54, South Carolina 40, 12:21 2H: Vanderbilt made his second-half debut with 15:44 to go after Wenyen Gabriel and Hamidou Diallo joined Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Nick Richards with three fouls. Vanderbilt promptly blocked a shot, grabbed a defensive rebound and fed Gilgeous-Alexander for a layup as Kentucky built its lead to 48-36.

Another flurry came soon after: swished mid-range jumper, contest in the paint, rugged defensive rebound, assist to Nick Richards. That, and Kevin Knox’s continued heater — now 17 points, 7 rebounds — have the Wildcats rolling here in what had been a muddied-up SEC road game. Here’s your latest box score:

Kentucky 44, South Carolina 36, 15:58 2H: Knox has rediscovered himself by listening to the coaches and working inside first. Back-to-back close-range buckets briefly gave the Cats a 10-point lead. He has 15 points and 6 rebounds and is 5 of 9 from the field and 7 of 8 at the free-throw line. Still no Vando this half, but he hasn’t been needed (yet). Both Richards and Diallo have picked up third fouls early in the second (and SGA already has three).

Kentucky 42, South Carolina 34, 17:23 2H: Kevin Knox is up to 13 points and we’ve not seen Jarred Vanderbilt yet this half. So far, he is not needed. I bet he didn’t expect to play as long as he did before the break (if at all). The Gamecocks are already almost up to their season average for 3-points attempts (21) with 17 tries (and just 3 makes) so far. Kentucky has only attempted five from deep — but it has not made any, putting the 1,030-game streak of at least one made three on the line.

HALFTIME: Kentucky 37, South Carolina 34

Well that was weird. The Wildcats finished the half with six of eight scholarship players in foul trouble and both Brad Calipari and Jarred Vanderbilt playing critical minutes. All things considered, John Calipari has to be thrilled with a halftime lead of any kind tonight.

Vanderbilt made his debut and stunk in the first go-round — before settling down and totally stabilizing the Wildcats. He’s shown off terrific ball handling, passing and rebounding (all that stuff the staff kept saying he could do) to close out the half. Kevin Knox’s 10 points and 4 rebounds and Nick Richards’ 8 points were also huge for the Cats. Here’s your full halftime box from a wildly eventful first half:

South Carolina 34, Kentucky 32, 1:48 1H: The Cats would be toast without Vanderbilt tonight, as there are now  six UK players with two fouls — and he’s starting to settle in. Playing a long stretch of point forward, he’s begun to show off the skill set we’ve heard so much about. Slick handles into a beautiful bounce feed to Killeya-Jones in the post (but he got tied up), then a terrific offensive rebound, drew the foul and hit both free throws.

Kentucky 28, South Carolina 26, 3:46 1H: Who expected to see Jarred Vanderbilt and Brad Calipari on the floor together tonight? Well, it’s happening, and Vanderbilt is the point forward (as both John Calipari and Kenny Payne said he could be all along) in that lineup. Diallo, Gilgeous-Alexander, Gabriel and Richards all have two fouls. Vanderbilt drove and kicked to Calipari for a 3-pointer that would’ve made BBN’s head explode. He missed, but Knox got a huge offensive rebound and SKJ finished with a bucket and foul, with a free throw coming. Cats are battling here after a horrendous start.

Welcome back, Nick Richards: The freshman 7-footer who averaged just 13 minutes and fewer than 4 points and 4 rebounds in his first five SEC games is having a major comeback game tonight: 8 points, 3-3 FG, 2-2 FT, 2 rebounds. He scored the Cats’ first four points when no one else could score and then hit the tying free throws and go-ahead putback on a how’d-he-get-there offensive rebound.

South Carolina 24, Kentucky 22, 7:50 1H: After Gabriel’s second foul at the 8:53 mark — Diallo already had two — Vanderbilt checked back in for the second time and it has so far gone much better. Leading the break, the 6-9 forward zipped a nice pass ahead to Washington, who was fouled and hit two free throws. Then Vanderbilt did a nice job contesting a 3-poiter the Gamecocks missed (and they’ve missed their last nine shots and gone 5:32 without a made basket). Box score so far:

South Carolina 22, Kentucky 19, 9:40 1H: The Cats trailed by eight with 11:28 to go in the half, then Kevin Knox and Wenyen Gabriel went to work. A Knox layup, then a Knox miss and Gabriel tip-in for a three-point play — followed by a big Gabriel block — got Kentucky steadied again. Knox has 8 points, 2 rebounds, a steal and assists already (and is 4 of 4 at the line, attacking the basket as commanded).

South Carolina 19, Kentucky 12, 11:58 1H: The Gamecocks are still outplaying the Cats, but the big news by far is that 5-star freshman Jarred Vanderbilt has made his college debut.

NOT A DRILL: Jarred Vanderbilt to the scorer’s table to check in. 

South Carolina 11, Kentucky 4, 15:47 1H: Nick Richards, who has been in a brutal slump to start SEC play, already surpassed his scoring average in league play with a short jump shot and hook shot for all of the Cats’ points so far. The defense has been a mess, though, as the Gamecocks are driving at will — including a posterizing dunk over Wenyen Gabriel. Foul Watch for shorthanded Kentucky: one each for Gabriel and Hamidou Diallo. Box score so far:


South Carolina 7, Kentucky 0, 18:05 1H: John Calipari has already taken a timeout after the Gamecocks ignited this crowd with a steal and slam, deep 3-pointer to beat the shot clock and post-up bucket over PJ Washington. Shorthanded Cats facing immediate adversity.

STARTING FIVE: It’s Gilgeous-Alexander, Diallo, Knox, Washington and Richards for the Cats. Same as the last two games without Green. Jarred Vanderbilt is wearing the full team gear on the bench, by the way, including the warm-up top (he just wore a T-shirt last game) and appeared to be stretching his legs during the national anthem, whatever that is worth.

Three Cats stay home: Kentucky announced that starting point guard Quade Green (back), reserve forward Tai Wynyard (back) and freshman guard Jemarl Baker (knee) did not make the trip to Columbia, S.C., because they are not healthy enough yet to play. Green will miss his third straight game, meaning Kentucky will likely play with just seven scholarship players for the third straight game. (The Cats beat Texas A&M and Vanderbilt, barely, while shorthanded.) However …

Jarred Vanderbilt Watch: He’s in game shorts again (with a T-shirt on like the rest of the team) and fully participating in the team stretching and warm-up drills for the second straight game. He is attempting to come back from a preseason foot injury and I was told today that he’s been increasing his workload daily, inching toward a debut, and that questions about whether he  wants to play this season are unfounded: “He just wants to feel good before he plays,” a source close to the program told me, meaning he wants to trust that foot, injured three times since high school, a bit more before he tests it. Stay tuned …

Kentucky-South Carolina game time, details

  • Time: 9 p.m. ET
  • Date: Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018
  • Location: Colonial Life Arena (18,000), Columbia, S.C.
  • Records: Kentucky 14-3, 4-1 SEC, South Carolina 11-6, 2-3
  • Favorite: Kentucky by 2 1/2

What TV channel is Kentucky-South Carolina on? 

You can watch Kentucky vs. South Carolina on ESPN. Joe Tessitore, Sean Farnham and Laura Rutledge will be on the call.

How can I watch Kentucky-South Carolina  online?

Stream Kentucky vs. South Carolina on and the WatchESPN app.

How can I listen to Kentucky-South Carolina  on the radio? 

Kentucky and South Carolina will be broadcast on the UK Sports Network. That’s 630-AM on Lexington radio and can be streamed at iHeart Radio. You can also listen on XM channel 191 and Sirius channel 138.

Kentucky-South Carolina preview

  • He hasn’t started a game this season. He’s seventh on the team in points and sixth in minutes. But sophomore Wenyen Gabriel has become the guts and glue of this young team, making hustle play after hustle play (and sinking timely 3-pointer after timely 3-pointer) just when the freshmen need him. “His energy, his effort and what he’s giving us on the floor, just the fight of it, is an example of what we need every player to do.” 
  • What’s wrong with 5-star freshman 7-footer Nick Richards? He’s averaging just 13 minutes, 3.4 points and 3.2 rebounds in SEC play. Assistant coach and big-man specialist Kenny Payne, who also addressed the buzz about him as a potential head coaching candidate at his alma mater Louisville, swears the staff has not lost faith in Richards. That he is well-trained and plenty skilled. But he has “made the pivotal mistake that all young players make: They begin to think too much.”
  • Payne also gave the most detailed and encouraging update yet on 5-star freshman Jarred Vanderbilt, who is attempting to come back from a third left foot injury in two years and has become a polarizing figure with the fan base. He’s cleared to play, but coaches say it’s up to him when he does — that he has a mental hurdle still to clear. “It’s wrong for adults to force a kid to do anything when they don’t feel like they are ready yet,” said Payne, who also raved about Vanderbilt’s skills. “His speed is unbelievable … he can really move … an exceptional ball handler … literally like a point forward.”
  • Oh, by the way, Kentucky has been playing the last two games without its starting point guard, Quade Green, who tweaked his back. Because Shai Gilgeous-Alexander has been so good — “our best player, by far,” Payne says plainly — and the Wildcats have won both without Green, it’s easy to overlook how much they need him. He’s one of the team’s best free-throw and 3-point shooters and takes care of the ball, all things UK could’ve used in its near-collapses the last two games. Here’s the latest update on his status and when he might return.

HS Scores 1/16: Murray sets Waynesville girls career scoring record

Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 @ 10:55 PM


Flyin’ to the Hoop

Jan. 12-15 at Trent Arena

Friday’s Results

Findlay Prep (NV) 50, Huntington Prep (WV) 48: Bol (FP) 18; McGriff (HP) 14.

Spire Academy 80, Fairmont 70: Baker (SA) 22; Hendricks (F) 29.

Saturday’s Results

McEachern (Ga.) 87, Trotwood 77: Okoro (M) 25; Davis (T) 24.

Pickerington North 51, Princeton 38: Hunter (PN) 12; Hunter (P) 20.

Prolific Prep (Fla.) 75, IMG (Ca.) 71: Burnett, Williams (PP) 16; Embery (I) 30.

Xenia 67, Olentangy Liberty 60: Curtis (X) 25; Kershner (OL) 16.

Girls Basketball: Springboro 57, Tippecanoe 38: Diehl (S) 15; Mader (T) 10.

Sunday’s Results

Miamisburg 65, Mountain Mission 54: Hubbard (M) 32; Lee (MM) 17.

Prolific Prep 71, Garfield Heights 43: Burnett (PP) 22; Heath (GH) 13.

St. Vincent-St. Mary 81, Fairland 79: Walter (SVSM) 22; VanHorn (F) 33.

Versailles 65, Sidney 59: Gordon (S) 20; Ahrens (V) 26.

Springfield 73, Cleveland Heights 67, OT: Hill, Smith (CH) 17; Moss (S) 22.

Monday’s Results

Fort Loramie 58, Thurgood Marshall 53: Sims (TM) 18; Braun (FL) 21.

Hughes 76, Lyndhurst Brush 60: Smith (H) 20; Harris (LB) 20.

La Lumiere 70, Aspire Academy 67: Stewart (LL) 22; Allen-Eikens (AA) 24.

McEachern 76, Pickerington Central 52: Cooper (M) 23; Garcia (PC) 15.

Minster 74, Franklin Monroe 58: Conley (FM) 35; Ketner (M) 21.

Upper Arlington vs. Wayne, ccd.

Boys Basketball

Monday’s Results

Dunbar 83, Toledo Woodward 78

Fairlawn 52, Botkins 43: Hickman (F) 20; Butcher (B) 11.

New Bremen 59, Fort Recovery 55: Bornhorst (NB) 17; Jutte, Wendel (FR) 15.

Tuesday’s Results

Belmont 68, Franklyn 51: Hunt (B) 20; Kinder (F) 16.

Butler 55, Tecumseh 32: Justice (B) 22.

Chaminade Julienne 61, Thurgood Marshall 59

Clinton Massie 59, Valley View 55: Chowning (CM) 20.

Dayton Christian 48, Emmanuel Christian 29: Welker (DC) 17; Davis (EC) 9.

Fenwick 64, Madeira 54

Hamilton 78, Talawanda 53: Robinson (H) 36; Dewitt (T) 19.

Indian Lake 66, Graham 64

Lebanon 65, Milford 57: Hookfin (L) 21; Ayler (M) 18.

Miamisburg 54, Bellbrook 52: Hubbard (M) 21; Crouch (B) 12.

Norwood 67, New Miami 58: Morris (N) 25; Philpot (NM) 17.’

Roger Bacon 50, Badin 42: Moore II (RB) 16.

Stebbins 88, Greenville 45

Stivers 80, Kenton Ridge 77: Ellis (S) 21.

St. Xavier 62, Lakota West 47

Tippecanoe 80, Eaton 36: Smith (T) 20; Manning (E) 10.

Triad 69, Southeastern 50: Harlan (T) 21; Flannery (S) 21.

West Liberty-Salem 62, Ben Logan 49: Loffing (WLS) 15; Robson (BL) 15.

Urbana 51, Alter 48

Girls Basketball

Tuesday’s Results

Anna 48, Marion Local 40: Huelskamp (A) 12; Evers (ML) 12.

Botkins 59, Fairlawn 21

Fort Recovery 39, South Adams 33

Franklin 54, Dixie 21: Ferrell (F) 19; Ruppert (D) 12.

Franklin Monroe 51, Brookville 33: Cable (FM) 17; Wheat (B) 10.

Houston 48, Riverside 42

Madison 61, Ansonia 45: Runnells (M) 20; Henderson (A) 24.

Milton Union 63, Northridge 19: Dickison (MU) 27; Reeder (N) 14.

New Bremen 49, St. Marys 33: Homan (NB) 16; Cisco (SM) 10.

Russia 38, Covington 36: Cordonnier (R) 16; Whiteman (C) 23.

Tri-Village 56, Cedarville 50: Downing (TV) 17; Bolender (C) 11.

Troy Christian 53, Catholic Central 28

Union City 77, Mississinawa Valley 23

Waynesville 70, Carlisle 38: Murray (W) 28; Harris (C) 11.

Wilmington 46, Carroll 42: Jackson (W) 13.

Boys Bowling

Monday’s Results

Pioneer Classic

Team Results: Celina 3983; Lima Shawnee 3884; St. Henry 3712; Wapakoneta 3691; St. Marys 3673; Lima Central Catholic 3481; Graham 3432; Defiance 3398; Columbian 3394; Minster 3360; New Bremen 3278; Lima Senior 3268; Wapakoneta 3252; Worthington Christian 3174; Wauseon 3043; Lima Shawnee 3021; Temple Christian 2827; Minster 2815; Lima Bath 2814; Mansfield Senior 1998.

Tuesday’s Results

West Liberty-Salem 2291, Fairbanks 2190

Girls Bowling

Monday’s Results

Pioneer Classic

Team Results: Lima Shawnee 3154; Wapakoneta 3131; St. Marys 3083; Graham 2850; Wauseon 2736; Lima Bath 2658; Worthington Christian 2609; Minster 2589; Lima Senior 2465; New Bremen 2409; Celins 2349; Defiance 2316; Columbian 2243; Worthington Christian 1896.

Tuesday’s Results

Fairbanks 1936, West Liberty-Salem 1897


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NFL mock draft 2018: First-round projections, top players, 2018 NFL Draft order (01/16/2018)

Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 @ 2:30 AM

NFL Draft 2018 is closer with the NFL Playoffs going to the conference championships this weekend. Find 2018 NFL mock drafts below.

Much of the narrative around the 2018 NFL Draft is focused at quarterback. Mock drafts from Sports Illustrated and CBS Sports both have quarterbacks littering the top 10.

Here is a collection of 2018 NFL mock drafts from around the internet, plus Land of 10’s own projection.

NFL mock draft 2018: First-round projections, top players

Land of 10 predictions

1 Cleveland Browns Sam Darnold USC QB
2 New York Giants Connor Williams Texas OT
3 Indianapolis Colts Saquon Barkley Penn State RB
4 Cleveland Browns Mike McGlinchey Notre Dame G
5 Denver Broncos Baker Mayfield Oklahoma QB
6 New York Jets Josh Rosen UCLA QB
7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quenton Nelson Notre Dame G
8 Chicago Bears Bradley Chubb NC State DL
9 San Francisco 49ers Derwin James Florida State DB
10 Oakland Raiders Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama DB
11 Miami Dolphins Roquan Smith Georgia LB
12 Cincinnati Bengals Orlando Brown Oklahoma OL
13 Washington Redskins Courtland Sutton SMU WR
14 Green Bay Packers Joshua Jackson Iowa DB
15 Arizona Cardinals Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State QB
16 Baltimore Ravens Denzel Ward Ohio State DB
17 Los Angeles Chargers Calvin Ridley Alabama WR
18 Seattle Seahawks James Washington Oklahoma State WR
19 Dallas Cowboys Christian Kirk Texas A&M WR
20 Detroit Lions Ogbonnia Okoronkwo Oklahoma LB
21 Buffalo Bills Josh Allen Wyoming QB
22 Buffalo Bills Arden Key LSU DL
23 Los Angeles Rams Rashaan Evans Alabama LB
24 Carolina Panthers Maurice Hurst Michigan DL
25 Tennessee Titans Sam Hubbard Ohio State DL
26 Jacksonville Jaguars Marcus Davenport UTSA DL
27 Atlanta Falcons Vita Vea Washington DL
28 New Orleans Saints Harold Landry Boston College LB
29 Pittsburgh Steelers Malik Jefferson Texas LB
30 Philadelphia Eagles Tremaine Edwards Virginia Tech LB
31 Minnesota Vikings Billy Price Ohio State OL
32 New England Patriots Derrius Guice LSU RB

NFL mock draft 2018: Top players, projection for first round

CBS Sports projection

1 Cleveland Browns Sam Darnold USC QB
2 New York Giants Josh Rosen UCLA QB
3 Indianapolis Colts Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama DB
4 Cleveland Browns (from Texans) Saquon Barkley Penn State RB
5 Denver Broncos Baker Mayfield Oklahoma QB
6 New York Jets Connor Williams Texas OT
7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bradley Chubb NC State DE
8 Chicago Bears Courtland Sutton SMU WR
9 San Francisco 49ers Quenton Nelson Notre Dame G
10 Oakland Raiders Roquan Smith Georgia LB
11 Miami Dolphins Derwin James Florida State S
12 Cincinnati Bengals Orlando Brown Oklahoma OT
13 Washington Redskins Josh Allen Wyoming QB
14 Green Bay Packers Calvin Ridley Alabama WR
15 Arizona Cardinals Lamar Jackson Louisville QB
16 Baltimore Ravens Derrius Guice LSU RB
17 Los Angeles Chargers Vita Vea Washington DT
18 Seattle Seahawks Marcus Davenport UTSA DL
19 Dallas Cowboys James Washington Oklahoma State WR
20 Detroit Lions Maurice Hurst Michigan DT
21 Buffalo Bills Mason Rudolph Oklahoma State QB
22 Buffalo Bills (from Chiefs) Harrison Phillips Stanford DL
23 Los Angeles Rams Joshua Jackson Iowa CB
24 Carolina Panthers Anthony Miller Memphis WR
25 Tennessee Titans Taven Bryan Florida DT
26 Atlanta Falcons Da’Ron Payne Alabama DT
27 New Orleans Saints Tremaine Edwards Virginia Tech LB
28 Pittsburgh Steelers Malik Jefferson Texas LB
29 Jacksonville Jaguars Mark Andrews Oklahoma TE
30 Philadelphia Eagles Denzel Ward Ohio State CB
31 New England Patriots Ogbonnia Okoronkwo Oklahoma LB
32 Minnesota Vikings Chukwuma Okorafor Western Michigan OT

NFL mock draft 2018: First-round projections for 2018 NFL Draft

Sports Illustrated’s NFL executive-vetted projection

1 Sam Darnold USC QB
2 Saquon Barkley Penn State RB
3 Josh Rosen UCLA QB
4 Bradley Chubb NC State DE
5 Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama CB
6 Quenton Nelson Notre Dame G
7 Mike McGlinchey Notre Dame OT
8 Connor Williams Texas OT
9 Denzel Ward Ohio State CB
10 Josh Allen Wyoming QB
11 Derwin James Florida State S
12 Da’Ron Payne Alabama DT
13 Courtland Sutton SMU WR
14 Harold Landry Boston College DE
15 Roquan Smith Georgia LB
16 Calvin Ridley Alabama WR
17 Christian Wilkins Clemson DT
18 Tarvarus McFadden Florida State CB
19 Orlando Brown Oklahoma OT
20 Clelin Ferrell Clemson DE/LB
21 Austin Bryant Clemson DE/LB
22 Christian Kirk Texas A&M WR
23 Sam Hubbard Ohio State DE/LB
24 Arden Key LSU DE
25 Chukwuma Okorafor Western Michigan OT
26 Dre’Mont Jones Ohio State DT
27 Baker Mayfield Oklahoma QB
28 Derrius Guice LSU RB
29 Isaiah Oliver Colorado CB
30 Rashaan Evans Alabama LB
31 Damien Harris Alabama RB
32 James Washington Oklahoma State WR

2018 NFL Draft: First round order

Pick Nos. 1 through 20 are set now that the regular season is finished.

1. Cleveland Browns

2. New York Giants

3. Indianapolis Colts

4. Cleveland Browns

5. Denver Broncos

6. New York Jets

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

8. Chicago Bears

9. San Francisco 49ers OR Oakland Raiders (coin flip)

11. Miami Dolphins

12. Cincinnati Bengals

13. Washington Redskins

14. Green Bay Packers

15. Arizona Cardinals

16. Baltimore Ravens

17. Los Angeles Chargers

18. Seattle Seahawks

19. Dallas Cowboys

20. Detroit Lions

21. Buffalo Bills

22. Buffalo Bills (from Chiefs)

23. Los Angeles Rams

24. Carolina Panthers

25. Tennessee Titans

26. Atlanta Falcons

27. New Orleans Saints

28. Pittsburgh Steelers





Trae Young passes 500-point mark in just 17th game

Published: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 @ 5:49 PM

Trae Young, Oklahoma’s wonder freshman, has officially crossed the 500 point mark for his career.

Young’s 17 games to 500 points is the fastest in Oklahoma history. In addition, Young’s mark is the fastest in at least two decades.

Young averages an obscene 30.1 points per game, 9.9 assists per game, 1.9 steals per game, and hitting around 40 percent of his three point shots. He’s almost inarguably the best player in college basketball, and assuredly the most exciting. If Oklahoma is going to make a run at the Big 12 title, it’s going to have to run through Young.

Young also averages 33.4 minutes per game, most on the team by at least four minutes. He’s well on his way to becoming one of the best college basketball players in recent history, and is likely to enter the NBA Draft after his freshman season ends.