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Like every player that has an opportunity to turn professional in his program, Coach Cal sat down with Goodwin at the end of the season, gave him the information he had gathered from NBA scouts and general managers, and put the decision in Goodwin’s hands. It’s the type of support system Calipari runs in a players-first program.
If you ask Coach Cal what he learned more than anything else about last year’s disappointing season that ended with a loss in the National Invitation Tournament, the answer may surprise you. It was depth.
Starting today, Coach Cal is going to auction off at least one piece of signed memorabilia a month online. The full proceeds from each auction will go straight to his foundation, The Calipari Foundation. The first two items are a pair of signed surfboards.
The expectations at Kentucky are always enormous; the pressure, forever palpable. Calipari, who has publicly said he would like to go 40-0 before he retires, isn’t shying away from the pressure.
Kentucky athletics director Mitch Barnhart presented the athletic department-wide GPA for the 2013 spring semester to the university’s athletics oversight committee on Tuesday. The numbers included UK men’s basketball’s 3.4 GPA, the highest mark of the Coach Cal era.