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Article written by Nick Roush

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11 responses to “Reid Travis Clears the Air on any Controversy with Calipari”

  1. BobbyBlue

    Jerry Tipturd ranks along side of Thamel and Forde as enemy number one of UK and Coach Calipari. Constantly stirring, and trying to create controversy. I have no idea his agenda other than his dream of a Pulitzer like the Herald writers got when Fast Eddie Sutton sent the Emory package.
    Not a doubt in my mind that Tipton deliberately tricked Travis daddy and put things out of perspective to feed his agenda. I wouldn’t buy the Lex Herald if it cost even a nickel.

  2. Ridge Runner

    No worries Reid. Some people thrive on twisting and spinning things to get their own message across. Most media do this consistently in fact.

  3. scwhite9

    Jerry Tipton? I forgot his name years ago – right after he tried to act as if Patrick Patterson got a vehicle in an unethical manner. He is a joke. Don’t worry about him Reid. Anyone who knows anything knows he is not a real “reporter.”

  4. bigcat68

    Ever watch CNN? It’s a lot like a Tipton story. Always smoke, rarely a fire.

    1. 4everUKblue

      Whatever helps ratings pretty much, facts are rare on CNN.

  5. Looother

    RT is a soldier…

  6. J. Did

    Reid Travis is a success story waiting to happen.

    1. CrystalBall

      bigcat68. Amen to that.

  7. Catlogic15

    What was Cal supposed to do? Add eight inches to his vertical and stretch his arms?

  8. mashman 93

    Reid is special and hopefully he gets a chance somewhere whether it be in the States or over seas.

  9. Fitz

    Reid was never NBA draft caliber and Calipari should not be blamed for his not being drafted. Travis May have come to UK hoping to develop into a type player the pros wanted, but you can only do so much with what you have. He was a damn good college player, but that doesn’t always translate into being an
    NBA player.