Congratulations to former UK great Rex Chapman, who now takes over the UK pregame radio show as Oscar Combs heads off into the sunset.
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.@rexchapman is an icon in this program and in this state and is well-deserving of this opportunity.— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) October 25, 2016
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“As a kid born and raised in the western part of the state, I was incredibly lucky to play my college basketball at the University of Kentucky. It was, is and has always been a privilege,” Chapman said. “My earliest basketball memories are of the legendary Cawood Ledford calling Kentucky basketball games on the UK Radio Network. When Paul (Archey, president of UK Sports & Campus Marketing) asked me to help bring Cats games to our Big Blue Nation family over those very same airwaves, it was a no-brainer. I came to Lexington in 1986 as a long and skinny kid with a mullet – as excited as could be for the opportunity. In 2016 – as an old bald dude – I'm even more pumped for this opportunity. And I'm certainly more grateful and appreciative.”
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