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He left after two seasons and entered the NBA draft in 1988.Once, someone took a key and scrawled a racial epithet on his car door, he said. -- Former Kentucky star Rex Chapman told a newspaper that school officials tried to stop him from dating black women or at least "hide it" rather than inflame fans."There were certain aspects of my time there that were really ugly," Chapman, who is white, said in a story published by The Courier-Journal on Monday."I don't know how it is today, but that's how it was 20 years ago."Chapman said scrutiny of his private life by athletic department officials, boosters and others hastened his departure from Kentucky.She called in to suggest a way that we could support triple j fans looking for love.Thousands of aroused Australian youths have been adding #asinglej to their best photos, thus lighting a beacon for other Sexy Singles In Their Area to see.Walker said Kentucky has made strides in race relations since he and Chapman played two decades ago."We've covered a lot of ground since Rex experienced some of those things he's talking about," Walker said.Gary Canning is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours, played by Damien Richardson.
He did what he felt comfortable doing."Walker, the school's second all-time leading scorer, said he was never pressured by school officials on whom to date."It was somewhat acceptable for a black player to date a white woman if he was a basketball player," Walker said.Oklahoma State coach Eddie Sutton, Chapman's coach at Kentucky, declined comment through a university spokeswoman.Larry Ivy, an athletic administrator during Chapman's time at Kentucky and later the school's athletic director, told The Courier-Journal he had no memory of anyone asking Chapman to stop dating black women.He was introduced as the estranged father of Kyle Canning (Chris Milligan), and his early storylines focused on his attempts to reconnect with his family.After accepting money from Paul Robinson (Stefan Dennis) to beat Ezra Hanley (Steve Nation), Gary was sent to prison.