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Celebrate National Cousins Day with our favorite Cousins moments at UK

Mark Cornelison | Lexington Herald-Leader/Getty Images

Mark Cornelison | Lexington Herald-Leader/Getty Images

In case you haven’t heard, today is National Cousins Day across the United States of America. If that is news to you, you need better cousins.

Here at Kentucky-Sports-Radio-dot-com, we’re celebrating with our favorite Cousins… DeMarcus.

Take a look back at some of our favorite moments from his time as a Wildcat:

 

Cousins’ forearm to Jared Swopshire in Coach Cal’s first Louisville game:

 

Cousins goo-gooing with a baby at the Hoops For Haiti fundraiser:

 

Cousins’ tip-in against Mississippi State in the SEC Championship:

 

Cousins’ “Call Me” to the Mississippi State student section after his phone number was passed around campus:

 

Cousins interviewing people in New York:

 

 

 

 

 

Happy National Cousins Day!

Article written by Drew Franklin

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

4 Comments for Celebrate National Cousins Day with our favorite Cousins moments at UK



  1. (Aixelsyd)0505
    7:03 pm July 24, 2018 Permalink

    Hands down my favorite player to ever don the blue and white.



  2. dudeman5000
    6:40 pm July 24, 2020 Permalink

    Hello Mr President this DeMarcus Cousins



  3. chessplayer1974
    8:27 pm July 24, 2020 Permalink

    And how many more broadcast commentators have you caused to lose their jobs for them saying “all lives matter” Mr Cousins? What a asswipe.



    • chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door
      9:42 pm July 24, 2020 Permalink

      I don’t care for the last word you used, but yeah, it’s a sad day in America when you can get fired for valuing all races equally. Of course that guy let Cousins bait him. Cuz was probably laughing himself silly and high-fiving his friends when he got the reply because he knew what would happen.