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.
We will obviously have our usual pregame coverage from John Calipari and his Wildcats, but here is video of Vanderbilt head coach Kevin Stallings, whose teams comes to Rupp Arena on Wednesday for the second of two meetings this season.
Coming off the tough loss at Tennessee and with six regular-season games to go, John Calipari spoke Monday on the Southeastern Conference coaches’ teleconference about playing the rest of the season without Nerlens Noel and bouncing back from adversity.
Cue the mysterious 1950s music. Kentucky has just crossed over into the Twilight Zone. When the Wildcats and Ole Miss Rebels go to battle Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN, they will do so under strange, uncharted roles in their longtime series. It would be fair to term it a complete role reversal. […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Each and every game, CoachCal.com will talk with assistant coach John Robic about Kentucky’s plan of attack. Coach Robic is responsible for scouting the opposition. Without giving away too much of the game plan, Robic will tell us his keys to the game, an X-factor and who Kentucky has to watch for on the opposing team.
Perhaps it’s fitting that two teams that have dealt with so much turnover will open their league schedules against each other. If nothing else, the meeting of last year’s regular-season and tournament champions with entirely different rosters speaks volume to how open this year’s league race could be.
Kentucky and Vanderbilt open Southeastern Conference play on Thursday at Memorial Gymnasium in Nashville, Tenn. We’ll have plenty of coverage on Wednesday and Thursday leading up to the game, but to get you started, here is video of Vandy head coach Kevin Stallings as he previews Kentucky.
eRUPPtion Zone tickets will be available to the public for the Belmont and Mississippi State games, which occur over the university’s holiday break. Tickets will go on sale 90 minutes prior to tip-off at the Rupp Arena Box Office and are available on a first come/first serve basis.