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— It’s been a rough day for Sean Woods after comments he made this morning during his media teleconference. Woods’ criticism of Calipari’s current Kentucky Wildcats has been the headline around the UK world this afternoon and you can expect a response from Calipari tomorrow when he addresses the media. In case you missed what Woods had to say, which is very unlikely, here is a link to the audio from John Clay over at The Herald-Leader.
— Joker Phillips met with the media for one last Monday press conference earlier today and a reporter called him out for not wearing UK gear to the microphone. He responded, “You’ve got to start to separate. I understand this is still my University. My family is coming up Thanksgiving, we’ve got 50 family members coming up. We’ll draw names and see who gets to pick out what. I’ve got a lot of stuff. That’s the way it should be. They should be able to enjoy it. Hopefully I’ve got to make room for some other gear.”
— When asked about his future, Joker jokingly said, “What I want to do is relax for now and see what happens. I’m not closing the door on anything, you know? You got a job at your place? Hey, I would love to be able to write my story from home in my pajamas and push “send” and have somebody edit it for me. You know? Hey, what do you think about this? I’ll proof it and get back to you. My work is proofed on Saturday.”
He clearly wasn’t talking to KSR because no one edits our stuff, obviously. We do like to write in our pajamas, though.
— If you’re looking for something to watch tonight, Shabazz Muhammad makes his college basketball debut at 8:00 ET on ESPN2 when No. 11 UCLA plays Georgetown. The game will be played in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn where Jarrod Polson’s National Player of the Year campaign began just 10 days ago.
— Before the Bruins and Hoyas tip off, Indiana and Georgia will meet in the 5:30 ET game in Brooklyn on ESPNU. Go Bulldogs.
— From UK Athletics: A limited number of tickets remain for Kentucky’s next two home men’s basketball games against Morehead State (Nov. 21) and LIU-Brooklyn (Nov. 23). Tickets are available by visiting the UK Ticket Office between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET or by calling 1.800.928.2287. Fans can also obtain tickets by going online to UKathletics.com and Ticketmaster.com or Ticketmaster outlets statewide.
eRUPPtion Zone tickets are also available to the public for Friday’s game against LIU-Brooklyn. Tickets will be $5.00 each (cash only) and are limited to one per person (must be present at time of purchase). Tickets will go on sale 90 minutes prior to tip-off at the Rupp Arena Box Office and are available on a first come/first serve basis. Additionally, tickets for UK’s games against Lipscomb (Dec. 15), Marshall (Dec. 22) and Eastern Michigan (Jan. 2) go on sale Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 6:00 p.m. ET.
Lower level tickets (based upon availability) will be $50 each, and upper level tickets will be $42 each. Tickets may be purchased through the UK Ticket Office (800.928.2287), Rupp Arena Box Office (859.233.3535) and Ticketmaster (800.745.3000). Fans may also obtain tickets online at www.ticketmaster.com or at statewide Ticketmaster outlets.
— In news that Matt Jones will love, the Toronto Raptors hired Jamaal Magloire as a basketball development consultant and community ambassador. Magloire will assist with player development programs, help the coaching staff with individual skill development of players, and appear at organizational events and functions. #KentuckyEffect
— Wesley Woodyard’s 16Ways Foundation is hosting a Christmas toy drive/comedy show/concert at The Lyric Theatre on Dec. 1st:
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— And on today’s podcast, Matt and Ryan recapped the weekend and continued the never-ending UK football coaching search discussion. Have a listen…