Me this morning when I realized the clocks moved forward an hour…
In case you’re wanting to relive the Kentucky-Florida game in written form, Gary Graves of the Associated Press wrote an excellent review of yesterday’s match-up. His full-length story contains post-game quotes from Calipari and company, alongside bigger picture implications for both the Cats and Gators.
It wouldn’t be a week in Kentucky news without mention of DeMarcus Cousins and his antics on and off the floor. This week’s discussion isn’t centered around technical fouls or suspensions, no, this week we’re tracking minutes played in the fourth quarter. Recently, Cousins hasn’t been featured late in Kings games due to coaching decisions, naturally this led to friction between he and his coach. NBA.com’s Scott Howard-Cooper has the full story.
In news that was lost in the shuffle due to Kentucky’s massive victory over Florida; the Wildcat Baseball squad dropped their second game of the season to Michigan State, 6-1. While most were probably watching the basketball game, David Mulloy of KSR College was busy viewing and reviewing the Bat Cats’ performance. Kentucky takes on Michigan State again today at Cliff Hagan Stadium (1 pm).
If you haven’t heard by now, Pat Forde was trollin’ hard last night. In his column, when discussing Kentucky’s senior day, Forde called Twany Beckham a “perma-sub who played 17-minutes all season” and named Julius Mays to be a “rental player on a one-year layover at Kentucky.” If you want to read Forde’s latest gem, you can find it here. Troll on Pat, troll on.
Since we’ve already stirred the pot with a Pat Forde classic, why not add one more to rustle some feathers. After yesterday’s victory over Florida, Sam Eifling of Deadspin wrote a piece insinuating that John Calipari can only win with five-star talent. Josh Harrellson disagrees with that statement and says you can find the article here.