Bernard Cote, a 6-9 Canadian who averaged 1.4 points as a sophomore last season at Kentucky, has decided to transfer and has been granted a release.
According to Cote's former coach at Champlain St. Lambert, John DeAngelas, there has been plenty of interest in Cote - including numerous Big Ten schools.
Northwestern is reported to be talking with Cote, a big guy who can also shoot 3 pointers. He was a high school teammate of present NU Shooting Guard Mohamed Hachad.
[Thanks for Greg Kane for giving us the lead]
Cote to Transfer - NU a prospect?
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