A car has driven onto the patio of Cheapside, at Short and Mill, where people had gathered to watch the game. Check back at Kentucky.com for details. At this point, there appear to be no injuries, police say.
It was in 2001, and I was in Rome, Italy, when the terrorist attacks happened on 9/11, and my daughter was just born. She was born in the United States, so my wife and my daughter were in the United States while I was over in Italy getting the season started. And they were getting ready to fly over and be with me in November, and, you know, that day changed the world. Especially the months and years right after 9/11—it just changed how we thought and how we traveled, and so we had to make some hard decisions, and I made one of those really hard decisions. (via How A Career Ends: Jeff Sheppard, Kentucky’s Great Dunking Guard, Quit Because Of 9/11)