Jennings staying in NBA Draft

Louisville junior center Terrence Jennings has opted to remain in the NBA Draft, bypassing his senior season at Louisville.
May 3, 2011

Jennings staying in the draft?

After Samardo Samuels' surprise departure from Louisville last year, Rick Pitino is bracing for the worst this time around with junior center Terrence Jennings.
April 26, 2011

Jennings testing NBA stock

Louisville junior Terrence Jennings has decided to declare for the NBA Draft, but won't hire an agent, thus preserving his ability to return to the Cardinals next season. Will Jennings stay in the draft or return for his senior season?
April 13, 2011

Jennings anchors Louisville's defense

Louisville junior center Terrence Jennings, who leads the Big East and ranks fourth nationally in shot blocking, anchors the Cardinals stingy defense - a unit that has allowed opponents to shoot just 36 percent from the floor this season.
November 30, 2010

Jennings still adjusting to new role

Terrence Jennings returned Sunday against Radford after serving a one-game suspension. After the game, Jennings, who scored 11 points in his return, spoke with about his adjustment to his new role at power forward next to Samardo Samuels.
December 28, 2009

Q&A with Terrence Jennings

Louisville freshman center Terrence Jennings has been playing well since Big East play began last week. Jennings turned in his best performance of the season in Louisville's OT win over Notre Dame on Monday and spoke with about the reasons for his recent success.
January 15, 2009

Doctors of Dunk

Terrence Jennings and Jared Swopshire put on a show Saturday night in the slam dunk finals of the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic. The future Louisville stars needed extra dunks to decide the champion in an instant slam dunk classic.
April 19, 2008

Jennings waiting his turn

Terrence Jennings, Louisville's 6-foot-10 freshman center, started the season out slowly. Jennings understands that if he's patient his time, specifically more court time, will come.
January 2, 2008