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Tates Creek Students On The Today Show Want Afternoon Notes and Podcast

A group of Tates Creek High School students are in New York City this week and they made a stop by the Today Show this morning to get their goggles up. Check out this poorly focused screen grab of the Creekers getting some face time in between Al Roker and Natalie Morales.

— You can add another name to the list of players out there for UK to go after for next season. Today, we learned of Montrezl Harrell, a power forward from the class of 2012 seeking his release from Virginia Tech. Harrell is expected to look into Kentucky, NC State, Pitt, Providence, Louisville, Xavier, Cincinnati and Alabama as potential schools. His request for a release came just one day after Virginia Tech fired head coach Seth Greenberg.

Terrence Jones made front page news again for his flowery delivery to the UofL cheerleader yesterday. It’s the second day in a row he’s made headlines, after catching the nation’s attention yesterday for signing a baby at an autograph session.

— When the Pegasus Parade kicks off this year’s Kentucky Derby on Thursday, look for John Calipari and his staff to be leading the way with the trophy in hand. Calipari and the UK coaching staff will serve as Honorary Grand Marshals for the Derby’s oldest event. The parade runs West on Broadway from Campbell to 9th in downtown Louisville. It gets going at about 5:00 p.m.

— Terrence Jones uploaded a photo called “From start to finish.”

You may remember the photo on the left from when Jones and Lamb first tried on their Kentucky uniforms for a photo shoot before their freshman season.

Brotherhood.

— On today’s podcast, Matt and the gang tried figure out why girls continue to cancel on Shannon The Dude for their “It’s Just Lunch” date. Come get your podcast…

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

9 Comments for Tates Creek Students On The Today Show Want Afternoon Notes and Podcast



  1. tfordstyle
    4:04 pm April 24, 2012 Permalink

    boom 1st



  2. GBB
    4:11 pm April 24, 2012 Permalink

    That’s Thursday of Derby Week, next week.



  3. GBB
    4:12 pm April 24, 2012 Permalink

    Honorary ’cause Cindi Lauper was already booked as Grand Marshall



  4. MIDDAY
    4:18 pm April 24, 2012 Permalink

    Their numbers are backward in the after photo, but really were on backward in the before. If yr looking in a mirror, the numbers should be backward, like the after. Hmmm.



  5. 00BBN00
    4:24 pm April 24, 2012 Permalink

    4. Good catch! I didn’t even notice that!



  6. iWantToBeTheDrewFranklin
    4:36 pm April 24, 2012 Permalink

    New tat for Jones?



  7. Sheriff Buford T. Justice
    8:30 pm April 24, 2012 Permalink

    6. That tat has been there all season.



  8. Sinja
    12:20 am April 25, 2012 Permalink

    I caught that also; the numbers being backwards. So I called my girlfriend who has a cousin that goes to UK. Not the UK in Lexington, the one in Owensboro. And he said that a friend of his has a brother that knows this guy whose girlfriend works in a Dominoes that delivers pizzas to the security guards at the Madisonville campus and one of them said that a UK teacher has a brother in maintenance at the Joe Craft Center, the one in Lexington, not Owensboro or Madisonville, who overheard this kid telling a news reporter that his sister said Jerry Tiptons niece let it slip that if enough people were to comment on Doron and Terrence facebook page that they may or may not come back for another year. Maybe. Now, as for the Jones tat………………………………………….



  9. whatsup
    1:22 am April 25, 2012 Permalink

    you know that if any other guys were taking the pictures, esp. UL players, of the “before and after” like TJones and Lamb, you would make so much fun of them.. Instead you now say Brotherhood. like ur stuff, but man dont be a hypocrite