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Friday, March 17, 2017

Finally, Barkley

I have to note this before I forget it.

I normally can't tolerate Charles Barkley's commentary, but he did have a funny quip tonight.

Talking about nobody N. Kentucky's chances of knocking off the University of Kentucky, with its usual array of highly touted freshmen, CB said:

Kentucky has five McDonalds' All-Americans.  N. Kentucky has five guys who eat at McDonalds.

Ha ha!

Well, maybe you had to be there.


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