Terrence Jones Signing Something Tomorrow

T-Jones announcing that he will be announcing his decision to possibly sign an agreement to announce his decision to potentially sign a non-binding financial aid agreement at a university for the 2010-2011 season with the right to delay enrollment to the 2011-2012 season or possibly not at all. Maybe.

The Oregonian is reporting that Terrence Jones will sign tomorrow on the last day of the official signing period. Whether he is signing with UW or UK, or signing a letter of intent (binding) or a financial aid agreement (non-binding) is unknown.

In a case of incredible timing, Kentucky coach John Calipari is also releasing an unabridged copy of his book tomorrow:

“Bounce Back” just beat out “Ethics Sniper” for the title of Cal’s autobiography.


6 Responses

  1. What's up with this non-binding financial aid agreement crap? First I've heard of it. Is this a UCLA and/or Kentucky thing? Sounds like something only Neuweasel or Calamari could come up with.Quattro,Turd Furgeson

  2. I think it's a pretty recent development, Turd. PayPal Cal had a bunch of his Memphis recruits sign them last year so they could opt out of their commitments and jump ship to KU when he did. Brandon Knight signed one this year and will probably use it to leave KU when Calamari goes to the NBA.

  3. Thanks TDDSeems like an awful slimy loophole that should be closed.5000,Turd Furgeson

  4. Hopefully TTD has a can of whoop ass stored up for this Oregon Punk?

  5. and……Kentucky it is. Ouch.

  6. Can we safely add Kentucky to the list of teams we, as Huskies fans, hate? You know, along with Oregon and U Conn. Funny story, yesterday I met a fellow American in a restaurant in Spain. He said he went to U Conn. I booed him.

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