Happy Monday. Have some notes…
— Julius Mays’ high school coach removed the tweets he sent out yesterday questioning Mays’ decision to attend Kentucky. Luckily, in this case, nothing ever dies on the Internet. Coach Luce’s Twitter feed may be squeaky clean now, but our own Ally Tucker was up bright and early this morning to capture it all. Check it out if you haven’t seen it already. You mad, Luce?
— I hear Washington D.C. is nice in December. We should all get together and check out the Verizon Center. Maybe a UK/Georgetown game?
— Amile Jefferson will announce tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 p.m. and no one seems to have any idea where he’ll be going. NC State is the only school to show any kind of a lead in the Internet chatter, but even the online stuff isn’t very convincing. It’s just a waiting game until Jefferson announces. Or until he delays it again.
— Montrezl Harrell is free to move about the country and Kentucky is high on his list of potential destinations. Assuming Amile Jefferson ends up at one of the First In Flight schools, Harrell could be the final piece to the 2012-13 UK roster.
— Some sad news from the college basketball world today, as Arkansas legend Nolan Richardson’s son was found dead at his home in Tulsa. Nolan “Notes” Richardson III was 47 years old and his death is believed to be from natural causes. Nolan Richardon lost his 15-year old daughter to leukemia in 1987.
— Julius Mays, winning football games, and New Kids On The Block were the hottest topics on today’s radio show with Matt and Ryan Lemond. Give it a listen on the podcast…