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By LARRY VAUGHT
Vaughtsviews.com contributor Bill Ayer was one of the fans who came out to the autograph signing that Terrence Jones had in Frankfort Sunday.
“It was a good crowd considering it was late Sunday afternoon, the temperature had dropped to about 50 and there was a 10-15 mph wind. Â I would estimate 300-350 by the time I left and there were more people arriving as I left. Â Terrence signed the first 25-30 items and then those handling the affair decided to move him indoors at O’Charley’s to make it a little more bearable for him,” said Ayer. “The crowd was a typical UK fan crowd very polite, very respectful and very thankful to Terrence for both the championship and for his willingness to come to Frankfort.”
Ayer, who provided photos of the signing for all to enjoy, also went to the Darius Miller signing at Wildcat Ford in Nicholasville Saturday and he was present when coach John Calipari brought the championship trophy to Frankfort earlier this month. He’s been to other autograph signings â€” like many UK fans â€” and does hope as the national championship Cats continue to tour the state, tour organizers make sure they publicize one important fact based on what he saw happen in Frankfort.