A KSR reader was in Las Vegas last week and she spotted Josh Hopkins parading up and down the strip in Kentucky gear. Josh just got the good news that Cougar Town is moving over to TBS so he and the crew can continue singing songs and throwing pennies on the show. Congrats to Josh, his friends, and to our fan of the day for meeting him in Vegas. Brief notes…
— UK target Julius Mays will visit Purdue this weekend and you can expect an announcement whenever he returns. If West Lafayette is anything like it was when Matt and I visited last summer, Kentucky fans have nothing to worry about.
— We’ll also hear from Amile Jefferson next week, as he plans to announce sometime before Wednesday. The fact that he’s postponed the decision multiple times leaves hope for Kentucky fans. If he was going to pick Duke or NC State, he could’ve decided a long time ago since both of their rosters have been pretty clear.
— If Jefferson doesn’t pan out, there is still hope for another option at power forward. According to a Virginia Tech beat writer, MONTRAZL HARRELL FINALLY ASKED FOR HIS RELEASE FROM THE HOKIES today. This time it is legit. Look for Kentucky and Louisville to be major players in his recruitment.
— In world news, the cover of this week’s Time Magazine is absurd. What I wouldn’t give to be that kid.
— Watch Matt and Tony Vanetti discuss Pete Thamel on yesterday’s KSTV.
— If you’d like to be sitting where Tony sits across from Matt on the KSTV set, the final round of the KSTV Casting Call is in LOUISVILLE ON MAY 12 at SAM SWOPE HONDA WORLD from 8-11 am. It is your chance to become a Kentucky sports reporter and cover the Cats for the next year as one of Matt’s co-hosts on KSTV. We have already done casting calls in Florence and Lexington and have a number of semifinalists ready to move on to the next round of competition. But first we have to look at the Louisville group and get our final group of semi-finalists. We hope to see you there.
— On today’s podcast, the guys pumped Ryan Lemond up for his transformation. Have a listen…
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