UK Coach Rich Brooks, left, timed Herald-Leader staff writer Chip Cosby in the 40-yard dash a few years ago. Cosby had bet Brooks that he could run the 40 in 5 seconds flat. Cosby lost. (His fastest time was 5.81 seconds, and neither man revealed what the payoff of the wager was.) Cosby is now leaving the beat after 10 years on the job.
UK Coach Rich Brooks, left, timed Herald-Leader staff writer Chip Cosby in the 40-yard dash a few years ago. Cosby had bet Brooks that he could run the 40 in 5 seconds flat. Cosby lost. (His fastest time was 5.81 seconds, and neither man revealed what the payoff of the wager was.) Cosby is now leaving the beat after 10 years on the job.
UK Coach Rich Brooks, left, timed Herald-Leader staff writer Chip Cosby in the 40-yard dash a few years ago. Cosby had bet Brooks that he could run the 40 in 5 seconds flat. Cosby lost. (His fastest time was 5.81 seconds, and neither man revealed what the payoff of the wager was.) Cosby is now leaving the beat after 10 years on the job.

Chip Cosby: Moving on after 10 compelling years covering the Cats

May 15, 2011 12:00 AM

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