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KSR LIVE: Calipari after Kentucky’s loss to Seton Hall


Drew Franklin is live at Madison Square Garden to bring you John Calipari’s comments after Kentucky’s 84-83 loss to Seton Hall. Tune in below:

LIVE: John Calipari after Kentucky’s overtime loss.

Posted by Kentucky Sports Radio on Saturday, December 8, 2018

 

 

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9 responses to “KSR LIVE: Calipari after Kentucky’s loss to Seton Hall”

  1. tmcclan16

    Enjoy the journey! Lol awful

  2. tmcclan16

    If I’m a big recruit watching this I’m Second guessing

  3. A_Blue_Wildcat

    Does anyone actually wonder why the top players are choosing to go to Duke over us?

    1. WatchutalkinboutWillis

      I forgot Duke has a perfect record every year, always wins the tourney and all the players love it and never complain!

  4. BigolBlue

    Banana boy, booby and 4 ever are all front row at cals presser with hard ons

    1. Jiminy Crickets

      They are the “Defenders in Calipari’s Kentucky Stats” …I like to just call them DICKS

  5. binarysolo

    I like Cal but it’s safe to say he’s definitely peaked. His success begins and ends with getting the absolute best freshmen, and now that he’s whiffing on them his flaws are really starting to show.

    When Hagans is casually bringing the ball up the court not realizing we have 9 seconds left, as a coach you have to call a time out. Not doing so is actively handing the game to Seton Hall which is exactly what he did.

    I missed Cal’s postgame but I’m assuming he said “this one’s on me” for the thousandth time. Usually he says that to cover for his guys, but in this instance he actively lost the game.

  6. bigblue2284

    While I don’t think Cal’s seat Should be hot I am concerned. Fans were good with one and dones when it worked, now that we aren’t getting actual one and done talent and we aren’t elite it’s a problem. Getting his butt kicked recruiting and on the court is an ego shot I can’t imagine Cal will tolerate long. I actually think he moves on when Brad graduates.

  7. jytruebluefan

    Calipari “This one’s on me. Should’ve called timeout.” Statement stated in about 30 games and he’s gonna have to start citing himself so he doesn’t plagiarize.