These three strapping lads were arrested in Louisville for drinking beer inside the lobby of a post office. The report said the men shared a bag of beers — because boxes are so inconvenient for public alcohol consumption — and refused to leave when they were told they were trespassing.
Before you ask about the guy in the middle, no, I don’t know.
— Kentucky will be without Willie Cauley-Stein when the Wildcats travel to Auburn this weekend. Cauley-Stein has been bothered by knee issues he’s had since junior high, so they decided to go ahead and get it fixed now rather than having him continue to try to play. Calipari said, “It’s all good” and “Thank God it wasn’t anything major.”
— When asked if he hopes Willie comes back soon, which is a terrible question, Cal sarcastically told Alan Cutler, “No, I hope he’s out all year. Don’t be chasing me down a hallway, either. I want him to come back tomorrow, obviously.”
— On Alex Poythress stepping up to the challenge at the power forward spot in place of Cauley-Stein, Calipari reiterated that Poythress’ progression is a step-by-step process. He said, “Everything with Alex will be step by step. And they’re baby steps right now. That’s okay. That’s where he is. Every young man is different. Every young many comes in with a different mind, different conditioning, different toughness, different family background, different upbringing — they’re all different. Some of them move more quickly. Some of them don’t move quickly at all.”
— Here’s something you probably didn’t expect: Calipari called Kyle Wiltjer the most vocal player on the team. He said Kyle has really stepped it up in practice recently and he’s putting in extra work in the gym.
— Kentucky is Auburn’s Super Bowl.
— On today’s podcast, Matt and Ryan look ahead to Kentucky’s second road test in the SEC and talk a little about Lance Armstrong’s doping admission. Have a listen at TalkRadio1080.com. And have a beer in the post office, if you want to go to jail.
[powered by WordPress.]
Bill Keightley Report : Never to be forgotten.
9 queries. 0.486 seconds