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Cats win 65-62

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Kentucky opened up sluggish, not something you want on the road in a rivalry, and didn’t change a whole lot in the first 20 minutes. Credit to Tennessee, they came in with a game plan of playing physical and pounding it body-to-body and it worked. The Vols opened up a lead early and hardly looked back as the Cats made small runs of their own. A big turn of events that had Twitter in a tizzy was the phantom-charge on Marquis Teague (which was actually a made basket and-one) and the technical called on Coach Calipari from the official clear across the court for something he said. It was a terribly-officiated sequence of events, and made a huge difference heading into the locker room. The Cats trailed by six at the half, but probably should have been only two.

The second half showed us the true grit Kentucky has as a team. Kentucky fans often overreact (and I’m guilty sometimes too) when things don’t go the Cats way for a period — but this team is at a point where they’ll never be able to put together a full 40-minute domination; you’ve got to ride the waves. The great thing about this team, which we’ve seen twice now, is a real “will to win” in the clutch. On the road, game still in jeopardy, Kentucky has put the game away.

— Perhaps the biggest story line from this game wasn’t the game at all, rather Jimmy Dykes and his unwavering infatuation with Jarnell Stokes. I used to kind of like Dykes, and thought some of his sayings were kind of funny: “second mouse gets the cheese,” and “drive the nail.” But no more; he’s on Stone Cold Willow’s hit list.

— Coach Calipari preached in the post-game interview with Tom Leach that Kentucky needs to become a more physical team. It’s what Auburn did and what Tennessee did — simply out muscle the Cats. It’s time the team stops looking soft and really shows a fight inside. UK simply cannot expect to win games while losing rebounding battles and missing point-blank layups. Whether it’s a mental thing or simply a practice thing, it’s time to change.

— Calipari says it’s a problem with “pride” and simply believing you are better than your opponent. I like that reasoning. “We either get rougher and tougher or we just try to win as many games as we can. If this team continues to get tougher, there ain’t a lot of teams out there that can beat us.”

— Did you know Jarnell Stokes had never played an organized sport until today? He didn’t even know what to do with a basketball before this morning in pre-game.

— This is the third time in history that Kentucky has completed a trifecta sweep over Tennessee in the major sports in the same school year: Football, and men’s and women’s basketball.

Terrence Jones is continuing his resurrection to All-American status. He finished with ten points and five rebounds. It’s nothing spectacular, but a solid outing against a very physical opponent. Still, he has plenty of room for improvement.

— While Marquis Teague didn’t blow anybody away offensively, a caller on the post-game show pointed out he was able to hold Trae Golden, Tennessee’s leading scorer, to two points.

— It was Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s third career double-double as he posted 17 points and 12 rebounds. He left a lot of points on the floor with missed layups, but you need to give a lot of credit to Kidd-Gilchrist. He played phenomenally and once again, was the difference maker for Kentucky. MKG MVP.

— Kyle Wiltjer had five HUGE points in the game. Nailing a three and sinking a pair of free throws, while playing solid defense. Calipari was proud of his performance and said Wiltjer will be a great player for this program in the future.

— A “Go Big Blue” chant could be heard in the second half, which was quickly suffocated by boos from the Creamsicle® colored crowd. But it still goes to show the power of Big Blue Nation; invading a rival’s arena and having chants come through over the television. Coach Calipari even thanked those Kentucky fans who made the trip to Knoxville, and applauded the cheering effort. If you were in Thompson-Boling arena today, give yourself a pat on the back.

— Matt Jones pointed out one of the officials today was Roger Ayers — the same official who can’t count to six. How he is still calling games this season, and in the SEC even, kind of blows my mind. Yes, he was the official who called the charge on Teague and rabbit-eared Coach Cal on the other end of the floor for the T. Unbelievable.

— Kentucky shot 73% (21-29) from the free throw line today. Bravo, team. Bravo.

— If you could filter through Jimmy Dykes bull—- or just listened to the game on mute you could actually see Jarnell Stokes is a heck of a player. He logged only 17 minutes, but his time in the first half was probably the sole reason Tennessee took a lead into the half. I won’t lie, I loved seeing some of his freshman mistakes in the second half. But for his sake, he should probably learn the rules of basketball before taking to the court.

Overall, this was a great road win over a much-improved Tennessee team we saw lose to Austin-Peay and Oakland. Remember how Kentucky is every team’s Super Bowl? Well, that becomes amplified for ranked teams and rivals. Take pride in snatching this victory from the Vols. Stick around on KSR throughout the day as we’ll have more post-game goodies.

Go Cats.

Article written by Stuart Hammer

B.S. Broadcast Journalism from the University of Kentucky. @StuartHammerKSR

74 Comments for Cats win 65-62

  1. Jared
    4:19 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    How many times has Stokes practiced again?

  2. BigBlueSkyDog
    4:20 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Stokes is for real but if I never hear another word about his shoes or his butt, I will die a happy man. Hope both Stokes and Dykes both leave college basketball after this year.

  3. Mr Schwump
    4:23 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    The problem I have with this team is they play down to the level of the competition. Each of the 3 SEC teams they’ve played, they’ve made them look better than they are. Lack of focus. Also have to wonder just who the leaders are on this team. Miller and Lamb were as passive as they come Sat. You don’t have to be super talented to play hard.

  4. wilDCat
    4:23 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    lol North Carolina

  5. JoeDaddy
    4:23 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Loved it! Dickie Baby Vital and his tar heels just got pounded by FSU. Life is good.

  6. BigBlueSkyDog
    4:25 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Chicken Coop sounds like a funeral parlor today. L yes!

  7. Dave Shelton
    4:26 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Florida State pounded UNC by 31 Pts in Tallahassee.

    UK pounded UNC by 1 Pt
    in Lex.

    UNC is overrated, but so is Kentucky.

  8. WhatSheOrder?FishFilet?
    4:28 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    7…you can’t do transitive scores like that…not how it works. Kentucky and UNC are still two of the top 5 teams in the country. FSU is top 25-30

  9. yeah first!!
    4:29 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    defend teague all you want with stats (I happen to think he sucks) but what really sucks is the way the flow just dies when he is in. Yeah Lamb isn’t a good choice for point guard but at least there is some flow to the offense when he is running the show!!!!!!! I know we need teague cause we have no one else but damn!

  10. Syrin
    4:30 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Sorry Stuart, you’re wrong

    Anthony Davis = MVP, and it’s not even close. His defense compleltely changed the game. He came up with a LOT of difficult catches and hook chots down the stretch with some clutch steals and taking a charge. He was the ONLY consistent player from start to finish. Gilchrist came up big towards the end of the game, but Davis is BY FAR the MVP

    Sorry, TJ did not get better. He again showed lack luster effort. LOTS of rebounds he could have grabbed with a bit more effort. Stokes simply beat him to the spot a few times, and moved he out of the way a few times. Sure Stokes is big, but so is TJ, and TJ should have been able to stand his ground.

    The officiating was even worse than mentioned. Almost EVERY one of UT’s post ups, especially by #20, could have been called for an offensive foul. I’ve never seen so many forearms to the head trying to get post up position go uncalled. Un-fricking-believable. And this is coming from someone who RARELY complains about refs because I expect bad calls on the road, but someone could get hurt. None of Teague’s charges were charges. NONE.

    If Teague ever gets his confidence with his outside shot, we win by double figures every game. They beg him to shoot, and I know he can. Miller AGAIN was a non-factor for a good chunk of the game. What happened to his shooitng? Great shooter last year, shaky at best now.

    Hey Doron. Please, come back. What happened to all those baseline cuts, all the threes? We NEED you to score.

  11. gcat4496
    4:32 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Some caller & Matt Jones called Jimmy Dykes a Dr. Seuss College BB announcer. Maybe in Lexington he will use Stokes has gotta a smothe Stroke. I have to remind everyone in BBN, road wins in the SEC are difficult. I been following UK BB a long time and can only remember a couple teams that dominated on the road (96-98) teams and Tubbys 2003-2005 teams. Mostly that was do to the SEC being a horrible league and us being loaded and experienced. Virtually every SEC team would make the tourney if they played in weaker conferences. These games are not against cupcake state in Rupp. When you win on the road in the SEC, take it.

  12. holt937
    4:32 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Can any one answer whether or not Martin skipped the handshake with Cal at the end a friend mentioned it i didnt see it if he did skip it what a jack ass

  13. Stan
    4:33 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Jimmy “DYKES”…was not a announcer today, he was Stokes agent, daddy,or something, he couldn’t shut up about him.

  14. BPsycho
    4:33 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    No we aren’t. We coming for Cuse too….

  15. Syrin
    4:34 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    This sort of a game is actually GREAT for UK. Hostile environment, bad officiating, not hitting their shots but still pulling out a win. Makes this team tough and tested, just what we need. Gives Cal a lot to teach his players.

    By the way, anyone who doubts Cal’s in game coaching shoul shut their mouths now. When he let Anthony Davis run the offense from the post with the option to pass (to Gilchrist mostly), drive or dish then cut, that was when the game turned around. Anthony Davis = MVP, not even CLOSE.

  16. Gcat4496
    4:35 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Some of you critics of our players would not have the ### to criticize our players to their face. And some of you appear to be brilliant coaches. Maybe you should take over for Calipari and lets see if you can recruit and win 98% of your games this year.

  17. Syrin
    4:36 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    One last point. Stokes greatest asset from what I saw today was his interior passing. Excellent. We don’t have a big enough sampling size to know if he can shoot and score consistently.

  18. bung
    4:37 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    i got to listen to Pratt and Leach with tv idiots on mute…thank goodness for that sportsync radio with the delay feature…

  19. bluecat
    4:38 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    I’ve always kinda liked Jimmy Dykes, but after today I’m starting to understand why everyone does not. I think the main reason is he never shuts up! He says stuff just to be saying stuff and often repeats himself over, and over, and over, and over…. Say it once and move on.

    Great win by the Cats today!! This team has a toughness that we didn’t have last year(last year’s team would probably have lost both these tough road games) and why we are SERIOUS title contenders. A toughness UNC does not have, btw.

  20. GoCats2
    4:41 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Did anyone see the Carolina starters and coaches leaving the floor before the game was over so they would not get hurt when the fans charged the court? I know it was supposedly Leonard Hamilton’s idea but I think this is wrong on so many levels. FIrst of all they leave the walk-ons out there like they dont matter? Second if I was a coach and my team just lost by 30 I would tell the players to sit there and watch their fans celebrate. Maybe I am wrong but I have never seen anything like that.

  21. InternationalPhilosophy
    4:43 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    MKG- 12 boards (6 offensive rebounds) 17 pts, a block, seems like an assist and a steal or two, and maybe most impressive of all, played 39 minutes at high intensity and committed one (1!) personal foul.
    Athleticism + intelligence + desire + enthusiasm + intensity = leadership and maybe championship.
    According to AD, MKG came into the locker room at halftime totally pissed off at his mates and let them know about it.
    And how about AD…gotta love what he and MKG bring to this team game in and game out.

  22. Cats R Back
    4:43 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    In other news…The Ville trails DEPAUL by 4 with 3 mins left in 1st half. They have 18 big points so far lol…does Pitino call it quits or check into the Cleveland Clinic after this game???

  23. MacGruber
    4:45 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    The walk ons were all presbyterians. 🙂

  24. bung
    4:46 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

  25. sf10275
    4:48 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Do you realize that Stokes has only had 4 days of practice. Jimmy Dykes really sucks.

  26. gcat4496
    4:52 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Roy Williams takes his stars of the court and leaves the 5 walk-ons to finish because he was concerned about player safety. I guess he doesn’t give a rip about the walk-ons.

  27. SexnNursinHomes
    4:53 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Just wanted to let people know that Mr. Jarnell Stokes has only had 4 days of practice. Cats played some hustle defense in the end with Stokes only having 4 days of practice. The Cats held their own, despite Stokes having 4 days of practice. That phantom call on Teagus terrible, however, Stokes only had 4 days of practice. Hopefully the Cats go onto win more games, and Dykes keeps us updated on number of practices of Stokes. 4 days practice, in case you forgot.

  28. Cats R Back
    4:53 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Well disregard post #22, ESPN’s scorecenter had aglitch I guess lol. The Ville is up 9…said Depaul was up 4 with 1.37 to play for some reason lol

  29. Playersfan
    4:54 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    I don’t think its totally the physical part, as that when the other team is playing physical defense and they are packing the lane, KY has no offense. Case in point, maybe the best 3 point shooter in the league and one of the best in the country did not get an open 3 today, and has scored below his average in last 4 or 5 games. There has to be a way to get a shooter open. Other teams do it against KY’s great defense.

  30. UK Rifle >>> WVU Rifle
    5:01 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Good vibes so far for the BBN!
    1) UK women take down UT
    2) UK men take down UT
    3) UK rifle takes down Army @ Army and now stand 8-0
    4) UK women take on ranked USC tomorrow on the road – USC has the top defense in the SEC, UK has the top offense in the SEC

    GO CATS !!

  31. BlueBloggin
    5:01 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    The best part of the Unc/Fsu game was when Douche Vitale was going on and on about how Marshal was the best passer in the nation and was talking about Marshals “vision” , as Marshal made his 6th turnover. Haha eff unc

  32. Al B. Sure
    5:03 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Despite Dykes blathering on and on about Stokes, and the strange focus on his feet/shoe size… Stokes did play very well. I think we all knew that he would play, but I was surprised at how quickly he was able to contribute for UT.

  33. CrimsonWildcat
    5:03 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Is it just me or does it seem like this team is missing that strong chemistry last years, and wall’s class had? Sure there is talent all over the court and we are winning on talent alone. If the light ever turns on for this team, chemistry-wise, then this team will be unstoppable come tourney time. Talent can get you a good record by years end but chemistry + talent is what hangs banners. LOVE beating the vols tho! Go Cats!

  34. Carl
    5:06 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Another tough victory for the young CATS. This team keeps on fighting to make the plays when the game is on the line. Gotta love it…and they guy whining on Matt’s show because Teagues toss the ball in the air at the end. Geeeez Mr. Nitpic try throwing a ball in the air like he did and see how many seconds it takes to come down. Even if the score keeper is a little slow, they only had .8 seconds. Teagues did a great defensive job on Golden, cats got knocked around and hung in there.

  35. Devil's Advocate
    5:06 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Re: #30: Am I the only one that is somewhat disturbed by UK Rifle leading Army 8-0? I would hope that “Rifle” would be one sport that Army would complete dominate.

  36. Catfaninrockytop
    5:08 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    I heard Stokes only had 4 days of practice?

    In other news, KY fans were about 40% of the arena today, gotta love “go big blue” chants in Knoxville!

  37. UKFAN
    5:08 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Teague needs to pull up and shoot in the lane against teams that are going to try and take the charge every time. He did really well in the second half in the exchanges with Davis, I loved it! He is doing a good job!

  38. InternationalPhilosophy
    5:09 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    UK won the rebounding battle 33-29 and got to the line more often than the home team.
    Keep doing that and everything else will fall into place.

  39. marinejeff
    5:12 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    gotta give them credit for finishing. last year we didn’t. conference play on the road in any conference is tough. just ask UNC.

  40. Big Cat
    5:13 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    23. LOL!

  41. Themostintrestingmanintheworld
    5:15 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    23 Classic MacGruber!

  42. mocha
    5:17 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    “Terrence Jones is continuing his resurrection towards all American status…”

    Were we watching the same game?

  43. billy
    5:21 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    I thought I was seeing Cousins’ twin in Stokes.

  44. DT in DC
    5:25 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    26 – I dislike Roy as much as anyone, but the announcers said it was Leonard Hamilton’s call to have UNC’s team (except the 5 on the floor) to head to the locker room. Nice call by Hamilton because as much as I hate UNC, it would be real s$^&&y for a player to get hurt when some FSU student stormed the court. Remember how pissed we were at the thought of some of our guys getting hurt by the IU court storming?

  45. UK Rifle >>> WVU Rifle
    5:28 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    #35 Devils Advocate

    UK Rifle was ranked #3 in the country, and Army was ranked #4 in the country. It was a close match, and UK is 8-0 for the season with TCU @ TX next weekend. The score for the day was UK 4693 and Army 4646, so it is not like Army was not competitive. UK has a sophomore sensation in Emily Holsopple, and UK is the defending National Champion. Army still has some good shooters and still has a top team in the country. West Virginia with 14 National Championships, and Alaska – Fairbanks are the top in the country. TCU won the championship the year before UK did. Army last won the National Championship in 2005. Historically the Naval Academy has been the top program of the service academies, but the Army and Air Force have both done well in competition.

  46. Bubba Earl
    5:28 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Dykes and Nessler! Melodramatic people, sounded like they were calling a play by play of a soap opera, always trying to rile whomever is listening!

  47. Sammydog
    5:29 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    What is radiosync? Where can I get it?

  48. Cher
    5:36 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Sonny Bono was sinking threes and dodging trees for the Vols today. Love the ‘stache. Go Cats!!

  49. iWantToBeTheDrewFranklin
    5:44 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    If we don’t waste a scholly on Polson sitting the bench, Stokes would have been in blue today.

  50. BigPerm
    5:46 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    UK nor UNC will win it all this year. They both get out-hustled too often.

  51. rixter
    5:46 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Word is that Stokes girlfriend called Dykes out after the game for taking possession of her guy’s junk.

  52. rixter
    5:49 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

  53. InternationalPhilosophy
    5:53 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Ranked teams that ran into road trouble today:
    #3, #7, #13, #18 (#12 UNLV is losing late)

  54. Not a Sweep Yet
    5:56 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    There is another mens game against the pumpkinheads on Jan 31 and probably the Hoops play them again, also.

  55. tennessee wildcat
    5:57 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Oh, by the way, Stokes only had 4 days of practice. Either way, our cats, thank goodness, found a way to win. There is a stat that has been repeated a few times that is not true. Before we as cat fans celebrate a clean sweep of the UT cry babies and that lazy old dog, unfortunately the lady cats still have to go to UT on February 13th, but we should still beat the UT mens team on their trip to Rupp. Sorry to burst everyone’s bubble, but it will be pretty hard to beat the UT lady vols at UT in February. I don’t know about you guys, but I sure was getting tired of seeing the advertisement by ESPN constantly ” up next the tarheels versus Florida State”. I think I was reminded 50 times in the second half of our game today against UT. Go Big Blue!!! Thanks Leonard for whipping their butts!

  56. Mr Schwump
    5:57 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Stokes had 3 pts, 2 rbs the 2d half. Let’s not polish the Wodden Trophy just yet.

  57. Bmac
    5:58 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Too bad we didn’t have room for that Stokes kid, would have been a nice addition after 4 days of practice.

  58. rixter
    6:01 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Stokes got fat with Eloy in the game…plus, he’s a career 50% FT shooter.
    Jimmy Dykes still has a man crush on him, however. Next game, Jimmie will tell you how Stokes can run down the court, and his step is so light that his sneakers don’t make any sound….

  59. rixter
    6:08 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    This just in:
    Jimmie Dykes is petitioning the SEC to award today’s game to Tennessee just because Jarnel Stokes is SO good.

    On 4 days practice, too.

  60. Res Ipsa Loquitor
    6:11 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    #9-You say Teague sucks. I say you suck. Teague played great defense today. Did you?

  61. Darius Miller's Defenders
    6:13 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Schwump-I think you are getting to be one of the more reasonable folks on this board…

  62. Dee
    6:16 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Why do people not like Jimmy Dykes??/ Seriously….and Davis is MVP…(not insult to MKG…)…and T.J….had about 5 minutes where he played really good ball……Teague did great on the D-End….he is young…and still learning…Coach Cal will have him ready come March…BUT….I’d feel alot better if Teague and Jones would get there heads out of their asses….JMO…

  63. Mr Schwump
    6:31 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    61, of course I am!

  64. TheRealHambone
    7:00 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    For all those “experts” out there saying we’re too soft or we’re this or that, I hope you all will admit that you are idiots when they cut the nets down in April. And by the way, SnNHs you still SUCK!!!!

  65. Bigbluelush
    7:44 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    Since when is women’s basketball considered a major sport?? Not tryin to be a punk but get real dude

  66. Bleed Blue
    10:26 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    I was at the game and 45 mins before the game, the whole place was blue. Throughout the game as UT would get on a run and it seemed like we were struggling a bit the stadium would erupt into “Go Big Blue” and “C-A-T-S CATS CATS CATS!!!” chants and it seemed like it would give our boys some confidence. As to people saying Teague played bad, I especially paid attention to him, I saw at most 3 plays that he made stupid decisions or cost us the ball, other than those 3 plays he played possibly his most complete all around game of the year.

  67. BBN Matt
    11:06 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    UK can not get a good ryhthm going on the offensive end, the fact they are winning games and playing poor on offense looks good moving forward

  68. Bulldawg
    11:06 pm January 14, 2012 Permalink

    The reason Stokes looked so good during that one stretch before the end of the first half is because Davis was on the bench. In the second half with Davis in the game, Stokes looked like he was playing off of just 4 days practice or something…

    It seemed like a lot of the floater type shots were falling short today. Don’t know if it’s just a coincidence or if UK was tired (could have been a lot of things, maybe worrying about the charge call?). Either way, I think this team will be a completely different team in 2 months. #8 on the way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    How come we are not hearing more about the “T”? I can’t believe an official can get by with calling that all the way across the floor when Cal is WALKING AWAY from the closest ref…

  69. kittylitter
    12:04 am January 15, 2012 Permalink

    Jimmy Dykes made an utter fool of himself today. Fine if you like a player, but to be ready to borderline give him a full body massage on national tv is ridiculous. Hope I never hear him do a UK broadcast again. Or actually, any for that matter. What a punchline he has made himself.

  70. Doubledynasty2012
    12:13 am January 15, 2012 Permalink

    Why all the hate for Jimmy Dykes. I think he is a good announcer. Sure he talked about Jarnell stokes alot.. But if you watched the game he should have been talking about him alot. Kid practiced four days and is making the number two team in the country look silly. You should be mad at our cats for making him look like an all star.. Not for the announcer talking about it

  71. Thezebrasucks
    12:41 am January 15, 2012 Permalink

    The same ref, R. Ayers, that called the T on Cal, called the 5th foul on Jones. The Tenn player had just fouled Jones, and then flopped. Total Douche….I hope Cal makes an official complaint to SEC, we have enough Tony Greens already.

  72. HuntsVegas
    5:15 am January 15, 2012 Permalink

    Haters…… Road Win

  73. A Iverson
    8:43 am January 15, 2012 Permalink

    What’s all this talk about PRACTICE?! That Stokes kid has already practiced more than I ever did.

  74. SteveA
    9:55 am January 15, 2012 Permalink

    I used to like “Dykes” too. Then I found out they only liked girls.