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A look back at (University of) Kentucky Derby fashion over the years

A classic picture of Patrick Patterson, DeMarcus Cousins, John Wall, and Randall Cobb breaking it down to Boyz II Men in 2011

Tonight, several of your favorite former Wildcats will make the rounds at various Derby parties across Louisville. While we wait for the pictures to pop up on Instagram and Twitter, I thought it would be fun to look back at all the University of Kentucky Derby fashion over the years, because, wow, there’s been a lot.

Who else would we start with than…

John Calipari

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Calipari skipped a few years, deciding to go to the Mayweather/Pacquiao fight in Las Vegas last year instead, but when he does do the Derby, he does it in an impeccable suit. My favorite Cal Derby picture is this one of Erin Andrews’ hat almost taking him out in 2011:


Mark Stoops

2013:


DeMarcus Cousins

2011:


John Wall

2010:

2011:


Patrick Patterson

2010:

2011:


Anthony Davis

2012:


Doron Lamb

2012:


Darius Miller

2014:


Nerlens Noel

2013:

2014:

2015:


Julius Randle

2014:


The Harrison Twins

2015:


Devin Booker

2015:


Willie Cauley-Stein

2015:

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Randall Cobb

2013:

2014:

2015:


 

Randall Cobb, Nerlens Noel, Terrence Jones, Julius Randle, Devin Booker, Tyler Ulis, Alex Poythress, Jamal Murray, and Skal Labissiere will all attend the Barnstable Brown Gala tonight, so stay tuned for pics…

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

2 Comments for A look back at (University of) Kentucky Derby fashion over the years



  1. trey
    8:32 pm May 6, 2016 Permalink

    When you think of Doron Lamb at the Derby, that picture is exactly what you’d see in your head



  2. me101
    2:23 pm May 7, 2016 Permalink

    Randall Cobb just reeks of class. What a rep for UK football.