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RE: A couple men's basketball recruiting notes
(09-16-2020 08:48 AM)toledobrad Wrote:  
(09-16-2020 07:18 AM)FMRocket Wrote:  
(09-16-2020 02:21 AM)pono Wrote:  UT offer Sam Vinson, flashy pg out of rural kentucky who was mostly only recruited by northern kentucky until this august when UT and then several others offered has committee to... northern kentucky. from a fan point of view was a kid i hoped we'd sign.

Kid probably wanted to stay close to home...
TK hopefully won’t miss out on some of these tweeters... It’s not like he is going up against Kentucky or Louisville for these guys...

Norhtern Kentucky is a very good program. 2 trips to tourney and one to the NIT in the past four years. They were on they're way to another post season bid this year too.

true, they have stayed near the top of that league pretty consistently. i mean, they haven't had better teams on average than UT, but they've gotten to the dance. vinson is a fun guy to watch. got a little pistol pete in him.
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