Joel Justus’ departure will hurt Kentucky, but the difficult trade-off could be worthwhile

When Kentucky basketball’s historically poor season came to a close with a 9-16 final record and no NCAA Tournament appearance, head coach John Calipari promised to “evaluate everything” within the program. He wasn’t satisfied and hinted that changes were coming.

“We’ve got to evaluate everything,” he said during his call-in radio show following the team’s season-ending loss to Mississippi State in the SEC Tournament. “You can’t do it emotionally, got to do it thoughtfully. Got to bring out lots of different opinions, talk to different people I respect. At the end of the day, we know this is Kentucky and

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Sharon Osbourne tells Maher she’s ‘angry’ and ‘hurt’ after departure from ‘The Talk’

TV personality Sharon Osbourne on Friday said she was “angry” and “hurt” following her departure late last month from CBS’s “The Talk” after a heated conversation on race. 

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In that segment, the longtime co-host

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Sharon Osbourne ‘angry and hurt’ after The Talk departure | Entertainment

Sharon Osbourne is “angry and hurt” after leaving ‘The Talk’.

The 68-year-old star left the panel show in controversial circumstances recently after a heated exchange on-air about race, after she defended her pal Piers Morgan over comments he made about the Duchess of Sussex.

And Sharon revealed during an interview with Bill Maher that she is still upset at how her time on the show ended.

Bill said: “He was called a racist and lost his job, and you were called a racist and lost your job. Do I have it right? Who’s the racist and why? This is what

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Potential Antonio Brown departure doesn’t hurt

Could the Buccaneers lose Antonio Brown?

While Antonio Brown is technically a free agent, he is still the Buccaneers‘ player to lose. They have shot nearly 100% so far during this free agency period, and believing that they couldn’t make a future with Brown work is somewhat naive.

Even with his close friend, Tom Brady, on the roster, Brown and the Bucs are not close to reaching a deal, according to Mike Garafolo on Good Morning Football.

This was an expected outcome, but Tampa Bay doesn’t need to worry yet.

Antonio Brown is not the end-all for the Buccaneers

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