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Thursday Headlines: Jackson Krebs Edition

The 11-year-old did a special interview with John Calipari.

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Not many 11-year-olds get to interview a Hall of Fame basketball coach, but one got that chance.

His name is Jackson Krebs, and he got the chance to interview John Calipari to talk about his history with charity work. Jackson talked with Calipari and wrote an article about it, which was published by Kentucky Sports Radio.

You can find the article here, and it’s worth the read today.

It was really cool of Calipari to do the interview, and a nice gesture to do it for a kid who will likely remember it for years to come.

Overall, just a cool story to get your Thursday started!

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