All posts tagged "Post-Game Mashup"

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Penn

    Re-cap UK's final non-conference game of the regular season against Penn with CoachCal.com Editor David Scott's in-game diary and post-game mash-up of stats, quotes, photos...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Louisville

    Start your New Year off right with the most unique way of re-capping the UK-UL with CoachCal.com Editor David Scott's in-game diary and post-game mash-up...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Coppin State

    Experience the UK-Coppin State game in running diary format with CoachCal.com editor, David Scott. Includes photos, quotes, "ADub's Video Masterpiece" and insight you can't get...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Winthrop

    Join CoachCal.com Editor David Scott as he gives you the UK-Winthrop running diary with the most unique game story in all of the BBN. ALSO:...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: MVSU

    Join CoachCal.com Editor David Scott as he makes Mash-Up history by using only an iPad to compose the UK-MVSU running diary.

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Indiana

    A unique look at UK-IU in diary format from Editor David Scott who was live at Rupp for the contest. It's the running game story...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Notre Dame

    A unique look at UK-ND in diary format from Editor David Scott who was live in Louisville for the contest. It's the running game story...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: North Carolina

    A unique look at UK-UNC in diary format from Editor David Scott who was live in Chapel Hill for the contest. It's the running game...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Boston University

    Welcome to the Post-Game Mash-up. CoachCal.com editor, David Scott, keeps a running diary from courtside at every UK game – home and away.

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: UConn

    CoachCal.com's unique "game story" gives you a running diary - and post-game quotes - from UK's 84-67 loss to UConn in the finals of the...

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After the victory over Montana State, in which UK set a shot clock-era record for the fewest points allowed in school history, he coined a new phrase to describe it, adding to his personal pantheon that runs the gamut from ice cream-pooping to Super Bowl-playing to brother-keeping.
“What these kids deal with to be here, to play here, to be a part of this program, they wear a hundred-pound coat,” Calipari said.
The burden, Calipari admits, starts with him.