Late Night Notes

Thomas Beisnerover 10 years


Aritcle written by:Thomas BeisnerThomas Beisner
 Let's make quick work of this.  A few notes...  - As you might have seen on Matt's Twitter account, which features a new photo that leans heavy on the handsome side, he was told that Lee Todd and Mayor Jim Gray spent time together Friday to "get on the same page" regarding the new arena.  They agreed to play on the sand vollyball courts at whatever that place that Avio's is called now.  - Despite falling to the Bulldogs in their first meeting this season, UK is favored by 11.5 points in tomorrow's game against Georgia.  Considering Georgia won the first meeting and they're just a few bounces of the ball way from having the best record in the conference, it's a bit surprising.  When Kentucky traveled to Athens, they were favored by 5.5 in the previous meeting this season.  - When he met with the media Friday, Coach Cal talked about the impact of Larry Brown being at practice.  Though Brown had the freedom to stop practice and talk to the players at any point, Calipari said his house guest's practice presence was mostly for him and was there to bounce basketball talk off of.  According to the Sporting News, Brown, who was at Villanova last week, could be lobbying himself for an advisory position similar to what Gene Keady does at St. John's.  - On Tom Leach's radio show Friday, Ashley Judd was a guest and talked about the Cats, the Academy Awards, and used that fancy Harvard accent to say things like "Fahhhhh-scinating".  She also said she might be at the game Saturday. In case you missed the podcast this morning, here it is.  It has people talking about sports.  Mostly UK sports, but most definitely sports.

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