ESPN released its Super Tuesday matchups on Monday, revealing five UK league games in the process, the most of any Southeastern Conference school.
ESPN College GameDay will return to Kentucky for the second consecutive season and fifth time in program history during the 2013-14 season.
Coach Cal spoke about Tuesday’s game, why UK is playing on the road and the strength of the SEC on a postseason teleconference Monday.
Not that it matters at this point — it is the postseason, after all — but Kentucky picked up a few votes in the two major polls following Saturday’s victory over Southeastern Conference regular-season champion Florida.
Starting Wednesday in Nashville, Tenn., the SEC’s 14 teams will compete for the SEC Tournament championship, which will be decided by Sunday afternoon. John Calipari and the rest of the SEC’s coaches talked about the SEC Tournament on this week’s SEC teleconference. We’ve got the full transcript from Coach Cal.
If you weren’t able to attend Saturday’s game or just missed the Senior Day ceremony, the UK Sports Video team has video of the entire ceremony.
Coach Cal had a choice to make: Does he gamble and put Cauley-Stein back out there with four fouls and risk him fouling out, or does he leave Cauley-Stein on the bench and risk putting him back in the game too late? It turns out there wasn’t much of a decision to make after all.
The games turn, Calipari said, when players start worrying about individual plays like a shot they missed or getting beat on the dribble instead of focusing on the bigger picture. Instead of forgetting a mistake and concentrating on the team, individuals are letting one poor play affect the next.