By Drew Franklin on ©November 08th, 2013 @ 12:45pm
Posted in Basketball, Main | 4 Responses
6 hours, 15 minutes…
Fired up indeed! I think we break 100pts for the first time tonight and although we are still behind where we need to be, we will get it together as the season progresses.
this gets me excited…
Why would Cal force Young to run in practice yesterday if his ankle is keeping him out a few games?
I hope Andrew Harrison’s return and hope no major concern with Young’s ankle and this young team will be fine. Don’t be alarmed if they drop the game on Tuesday night, this team will be great by Dec. 28th but will have to improve a lot by Tuesday against a very good MSU team. And just to clear up something with some of you readers who I may have misled. I do hate rick and loserville, I was a fan of UL when Coach Crum was there and they could very much use his class there now. As far as the slime bag rick, although I liked the style of ball we played back in the 90’s I was never a fan of rick’s. I may one of the very few Big Blue fans who was excited when he left. His time at UK put him into the HOF, he has been overrated and over paid since going to loserville. 7 of 12 seasons with 10 + losses, 2 early exits in the NIT. A losing record against Tubby 2-4 and a losing record against Coach Cal, 1-4. The only UK coach he has a winning record against was Billy G, 0-2. I hated him while he was here for the way he treated players and he did cheat on his wife while here in Lexington but it wasn’t made public. OH, and I’m sure the basketball world is shocked to here that Chane is practicing with the team again. It’s a close race between rick and roy williams as to who will do anything to improve they’re chances of winning. Rick shouldn’t worry about it the year, the basketball schedule is weaker than their football schedule.
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