Harrow & Calipari More Than Meets The Eye

Reported by: Dan Rieffer

Contributor: Alex Risen
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Updated: 11/29/2012 12:09 am
Ryan Harrow says what was shown on ESPN's "All-Access Kentucky" is only half of his relationship with John Calipari.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Ryan Harrow said only half of his relationship with Kentucky head coach John Calipari could be seen in ESPN's "All-Access Kentucky" series. The unseen other half includes one-on-one chats in Calipari's office, hugs shared after practice and the encouragement Calipari provides him.

Harrow was the target of John Calipari's ire on several occasions during "All-Access Kentucky." In one scene showing Calipari watching game video of his team, Calipari tells UK women's basketball coach Matthew Mitchell that Harrow is "soft."

When Harrow was asked if that bothered him on Wednesday, he said that he only watched the first episode of the show because he knew what was coming in the following two episodes.

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