There are times in this business something just stays with you.
Many, perhaps most, would deem the particular moment insignificant, but for some reason, you just remember.
One of those times in my 26 years of pecking out copy came two years ago this week. I was in the crowded media room of Bellarmine University's Knights Hall. Indiana's Mr. Basketball, Jordan Hulls was talking about how much it meant to him to be able to play in the Indiana-Kentucky summer series.
(That is what they call the 71-year-old classic north of the Ohio River, you know.)