U of L Seniors, Clark To Be Honored Wednesday

Wednesday’s University of Louisville men’s basketball game against Seton Hall will be the last in Freedom Hall for three Cardinal seniors and junior Earl Clark, who will turn pro after this season.

Those seniors include forward Terrence Williams, who says he knew next to nothing about the city of Louisville when he arrived here from Seattle.          

“I thought it was (pronounced) Lewis-ville. I didn’t know how to say Louisville. I heard it was the Bluegrass State so I thought all the grass was blue,”   Williams joked during a Tuesday press conference.                   

Also playing their last home game will be Will Scott and Andre McGee.  

The UK Wildcats have one graduating senior, Jared Carter. I-U also has one senior, Kyle Tabor.  


(Photos courtesy of www.uoflsports.com.   Clockwise from top left:  Terrence Williams, Andre McGee, Earl Clark and Will Scott.