Kentucky Head Coach Receives Key to City and Plaque with Multiple Typos
Put yourself in the shoes of Kentucky head coach, John Calipari: you take your team to the NCAA Men’s National Championship game (and win), then receive a key to the city and a plaque, with multiple typos on it. This is what the city of Pikeville thinks of you, John.
“In recognition of a remarkable season and returning
the th NCAA National Championship trophy to the commonwealth of Kentucky, “ Its It’s rightful home.”
For those wondering, Pikeville is located roughly 140 miles away from the campus.
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Posted on April 13, 2012, in Sports, Thee Cody Taylor and tagged Kentucky Coach John Calipari Gets Key to City and Plaque with Multiple Typos, University of Kentucky. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.