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Kentucky’s 2013 commitments to sign LOI today

Rest easy, BBN. Our own Matt Jones tweets that all five 2013 commits will sign their letters of intent today. It was recently reported that the Harrison twins would wait until the spring to sign but that is no longer the case.

 

Let’s make history, fellas.

Article written by Rashawn Franklin

35 Comments for Kentucky’s 2013 commitments to sign LOI today



  1. Probably not...
    1:04 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    …first.



  2. capt
    1:09 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    This class needs a big dude or 2. Come on down Randle and Gordon!



  3. Ukfan
    1:12 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Yesterday I suggested Cal should call them to guarantee them that he would be here next year, I guess he did just that.. Also, I’m do excited about this years team after watching last nights game, by the time SEC play starts we are going to be the real deal!! Can we say number 1 seed?



  4. michael burks
    1:16 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Just think if Cal could fake grades, give players $70,000 free credit, give players’ parents fake jobs making over $100,000 a year or buy them $14,000 of illegal gifts like IU did. Man, you think his recruiting classes are great now?



  5. redandyz
    1:23 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    I hope these young men enjoy their 9 months in Lexington taking underwater basketweaving classes and darts!

    And a point on the whole Duke flopping thing….. So, Cal stretches the limits of the one and done rules and works the rules in his favor on that front, but doesn’t like it when Duke is flopping – which IS STILL LEGAL IN COLLEGE BALL? So, Cal can push the limits of the rules and Coach K can’t?? Seems like Cal is just a big ole baby! And that rant at post game showed his true colors! He says KY is not part of the Establishment, but THEY ARE THE WORST OF IT! Whooooosh! That my children is the bullsh*t flag whipping in the breeze overhead!



  6. redandyz
    1:26 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    #4 – what you talking about Willis? You trying to make some sort of argument about the Perea/Jurkin/Adams ordeal? You know – the one where the booster (Adams wife) bought $185 of bumber stickers over like 10 years, 20 years ago? That one??? The very same one that your beloved scribes on this site said was total bumpkis as well? That one?



  7. redandyz
    1:26 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    My underwater basket weaving material is frrrrrrrrresh!



  8. burger
    1:27 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    D’Antoni taking the Lakers job probably eased the Twins minds



  9. BobKYCats
    1:29 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    I wasn’t aware we offered an Underwater Basket Weaving class.

    Why wasn’t I told?



  10. redandyz
    1:30 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Nice, #7. Because hijacking my name is supa freeeeeesh. Dolt!



  11. redandyz
    1:30 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    My motto: punctuation marks are like Zellars. You can never have enough, even if they’re used out of position.



  12. redandyz
    1:30 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    #9 – It’s reserved for athletes and the Olham County girls water polo team.



  13. redandyz
    1:31 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Grammar rule: never start a sentence with ‘because.’



  14. John
    1:31 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Heard thatthe twins will not sign until spring.



  15. redandyz
    1:32 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    I love UK websites! My life really sucks!



  16. redandyz
    1:32 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Kentucky geography lesson: Olham County is adjacent to Oldham County.



  17. Logic
    1:32 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    You wanna make history???

    Sign PETRINO



  18. RedCryBaby
    1:34 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    5 Cal didn’t say he didn’t like them flopping. He just stated that they did so. You can assume he didn’t like it, but he certainly wasn’t crying about it. He was making a funny jab and everyone except Duke, IU, and Louisville fans thought it was funny. The “big ole baby” is the one coming to a site of a team they hate and arguing with people for no good reason. I enjoy it when haters come here, though, so don’t stop. You must really envy us to be here…that’s sweet.



  19. KYjelly
    1:35 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    In other news, 5 student mangers/handlers recieved fat stacks of prepaid debit cards in the mail………



  20. basketball
    1:35 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    #5#10 Cal does not care about the rule it’s the fact that he sees flopping as weakness and a cop-out for not being a good enough athlete to guard another person. So instead of getting scored on, floppers flail and yell in hopes of getting a call. If you get beat, you get beat. Don’t be a crying European soccer player about it.



  21. Andrew
    1:36 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Anyone else think the Harrison’s were waiting to see if Cal took the Lakers job?



  22. Jonesy
    1:41 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    #20 I get the idea, but if someone “flops” they generally have established themselves between the ball handler and path. Getting beat usually means trailing from behind which would not allow them to draw a charge in the first place. Same could be said for point guards that put their head down and drive the lane looking for contact. Also pump faking then jumping into the defender to draw a foul. Both of those scenarios are OK since it’s the offensive player looking for an easy foul, but when a defender does it by trying to draw a charge then suddenly it’s not alright? We all need to get over this and play ball. Defensive players establish space in order to 1.) stop the defender from movement in that area… or 2.) draw a charge. The only thing wrong with this is if the defender fakes the contact, which in that case the referee should be blamed for being so foolish. I would like to think NCAA refs have worked their way into that position because they can identify actual contact.



  23. Beatle Bum
    1:41 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    The rollcoaster ride that is recruiting news!!! 🙂



  24. Sammydog
    1:45 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    redandyz…Cal never says anything that doesn’t have a purpose. He has now set Duke up to be under the spotlight all year by refs for flopping. He wasn’t complaining. He was planning for the future. Every coach knows Coach K works the refs, lectures them from his post on high, and teaches his team to flop. Although no other coach has the cajones to call Duke out on this and he will be publicly criticized, they will also reap the benefits if they play Duke and they know it. Brilliant move on Cal’s part.



  25. LansingCat
    1:48 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    To our beloved mods,

    As one poster stated in an earlier thread, the comments section is becoming very hard to read, and is all jacked up with trolls. I know each comment and click brings in $$$, which is fine, and allows fine readers such as myself to attend this site for free.

    I also understand that you can’t be on here moderating this joint 24/7, but if I get my comments deleted for criticizing you guys for supporting Jeff “The Douche” Goodman, while being a very supportive CAT fan, hitting this site five times a day (at least), and attending the live blog whenever possible, I would appreciate a little help here. Some of these trolls are actually witty, and I don’t mind a jab here and there, but when half the comments are just a bunch of bull$h!+, it gets annoying.

    Sincerely,
    LansingCat



  26. billy harrison
    1:52 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    So #3 you should get the credit for the signing and not Calipari? Wonderful.



  27. Feezie
    1:54 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    #22 your assumption is wrong, evidenced by head of officials saying block/charge calls are missed 65% of the time. This indicates that the officials are not capable of correctly making the call and thus it was made a point of emphasis. The way block/charges take place with the secondary defender, you’d actually expect a majority to be blocks. If its close at all, it’s a block. On the other offensive flops you mention, those suck and should be eliminated as well.



  28. Chi-TownCat
    2:03 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Redandyz will you go ahead and trim up my ballsack while you are dangling from our nuts



  29. JungleFoot
    2:15 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    28 – What respectable kind of man would want another man to trim his “ballsack”?



  30. JustSayin
    2:20 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    29 Since he’s already dangling, why not be useful and trim? Seems logical.



  31. JungleFoot
    2:29 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    30 – Why would they be dangling? it all seems a little… well, know.



  32. Kool
    2:46 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    So, a couple of days ago it was the Harrison’s were delaying. Anything to deflect from the greasefire that is the football coaching search.



  33. Chi-TownCat
    3:11 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    Well when yours drop then you may understand



  34. redandyz
    8:28 pm November 14, 2012 Permalink

    coach k learned from the general, it’s not really taking a charge, it’s undercutting the guy in the air to hurt him or scare the sh!t out of them. they’ll think twice before trying to drive in the lane again. Watch the game again, theres an art to undercutting a guy and then getting him stuck with the foul.



  35. fish on
    9:27 am November 15, 2012 Permalink

    5- “flopping” is NOT legal in bball. per the rules the refs are actually supposed to call a technical foul on a player they call for flopping, but they never do
    24- very good point. every thing Coach Cal says means more than it 1st looks like it does