Starting in 2014, CBS won’t be the exclusive home for the Final Four.
ESPN’s resident “bracketologist” Joe Lunardi put out his first projection for next year’s NCAA Tournament
Asked Monday if this season would change the way he recruits, Coach Cal was quick to answer and succinct in his response. “Nope,” Calipari said. “I like that national title. I like that national title.”
As Coach Cal tweeted Monday morning, he wasn’t necessarily disappointed his team is forced to play on the road to start the 32-team tournament. He actually welcomed the disadvantage of going to Robert Morris’ 3,056-seat Charles L. Sewall Center because he thinks his team needs to prove it wants to continue to play before Big Blue fans waste their money on tickets.
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.
Kentucky has accepted a bid to play in the National Invitation Tournament after failing to earn an at-large bid for the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats will play at eighth-seeded Robert Morris on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. on ESPN.
After a long two days of waiting, the Kentucky Wildcats received the news they were hoping to avoid on Sunday evening.
After watching his team get outrebounded, “outhustled” and “outworked” in the second half of doubleheader nightcap, a hot and irritated John Calipari said this letdown loss simply came down to toughness. One team (Baylor) had it. The other (Kentucky) didn’t.