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Q: Where is John Calipari? A: Georgia

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Great game, right?  But where in the world is John Calipari?

It is recruiting season.  This week in July marks the absolute thick of it, with the period’s first week ending after stacked few days of events.  Coach Cal split his time earlier between Indianapolis and Akron (Adidas and LeBron camp, respectively).  Today, the question of where Cal is has been answered.

According to online chatter, John Calipari has spent the day in Atlanta, Georgia at the Southern Showcase witnessing future stars and evaluating the elite talent so many coaches are seeking.  With Cal, the typical things are surely happening: he walks into the gym, everyone’s heads turn, kids get excited, magic happens.  Typical.

Today, Cal has watched Kasey Hill and his Florida Rams, big man Robert Carter, and is just took in another one of Shabazz Muhammad‘s games.  Gotta love it.  Nothing like the heat of the summer as kids go out and earn scholarships in packed gyms.

In others news, if you didn’t witness the U.S. Women’s National Team win against Brazil earlier in the Women’s World Cup, you missed out.  Luckily, Gus Johnson is here to catch you up:

Article written by Chris Thomas

41 Comments for Q: Where is John Calipari? A: Georgia



  1. SexnNursinHomes
    4:09 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    chicken n waffles. atlanta. #1.



  2. tdogg4033011
    4:15 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    #FreeSexnNursinHomes



  3. reedwizard
    4:18 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    I had to quit watching it at the 119:00 mark, but I did get to see some of the penalty kicks. It was a great game and the US really overcame some bad officiating, and playing 10 on 12 for most of the second half and extra time. Way to go girls!



  4. SexnNursinHomes
    4:19 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    2- tdoggg! Cal up there fishin’ today.



  5. catfan55
    4:23 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    quit watching game after Brazil scored goal to go up 2-1. What a suprise to see we won. GO USA!!!



  6. tdogg4033011
    4:24 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    4) is he reelin in some recruits?? Shabazz and Ellis would be nice along with Drummond



  7. BigBlueNation
    4:27 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    womens soccer is worse than mens soccer.



  8. wldctky
    4:27 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    soccer, really?



  9. USAsock
    4:28 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    I know the way people feel about this sport. And it is the women’s version. One of the greatest things people have done in a jersey representing our country. Wambach.



  10. tdogg4033011
    4:29 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    7) soccer is just terrible period. One of 2 sports I don’t really understand & dont really wanna
    learn …. the other is hockey !!!



  11. I Love America
    4:29 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    Man, Gus Johnson even makes watching women’s soccer exciting. That guy is awesome!



  12. Ukato80
    4:41 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    I love a bunch of guys who probably thought that NASCAR race was exciting, dogging this soccer game. Please!



  13. amazing
    4:45 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    I dont really like soccer but I watched this entire game and it was amazing.



  14. Alexis De Tocqueville
    4:46 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    Vote for “Radio” Ron Chilton! It’s the right thing to do.



  15. wildcat69410
    4:48 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    If only Gus could’ve called the real game. Clever audio job though.



  16. barn
    4:55 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    i almost hit the start button, but i just couldn’t muster up enough interest



  17. barn
    4:58 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    now if they were to play Lingerie Soccer………



  18. yitbos
    5:06 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    10) I guess the idea of offsides being more than crossing the line of scrimmage is too much for you? It’s an amazing sport to watch when played at the highest levels. The excitement of some of the ‘football’ leagues around the world is so much better than some of our big sports.



  19. tc
    5:11 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    so you played this terrible version with gus johnson (who only screams or tries to make the game all about his call) instead of the original version with the great IAN DARKE??

    not only is gus johnson overrated, but DARKE > gus

    and soccer is the ish, lol at u dumbass haters.



  20. Hang8Cal
    5:15 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    I saw coach O at the coaches clinic in Louisville. Not sure who he was scouting, but talked to him for a minute.



  21. bosshogg24
    5:21 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    We all need ULORIC, like we need a bottle of Jim Beam!
    Plus Caliapri is a Miracle Man!



  22. tdogg4033011
    5:23 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    18) Yep to much indeed …. just never have liked it, whats the problem??



  23. Catsantonio
    5:26 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    Gus Johnson = awesome

    I wish he called every big game, no matter what the sport.



  24. BigBlueNation
    5:28 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    yep 10. and 18, its an awful sport.



  25. UK fan
    5:30 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    17, Your loss dude, you missed an amazing game regardless if you like the sport or not.



  26. AKA cold buckets
    5:34 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    Even Gus couldn’t have called it better than Ian Darke. Darke is awesome on the mic and his call on that goal was a classic.



  27. Emerson Biggins
    5:37 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    Awesome game today! Watched the entire game and it might be one of the best I’ve seen, Men or Women.



  28. HillbillyInBC
    6:10 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    Not even Gus Jeezy can make soccer interesting.



  29. wackityschmackitydoo
    7:25 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    ROCK, FLAG, AND EAAAAGGGLEEEEE!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgY6VR681G4



  30. Lex07
    7:41 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    I hope God hires Gus to call the action when he comes back for the book of Revelations. “And the Devil is … thrown into the … F I R E !!!”



  31. barn
    7:46 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    anyone who likes soccer probably likes wnba and lacrosse too



  32. ciphercomplete
    7:49 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    The cool kids always go online to profess how much soccer sucks. 🙂

    Awesome game.



  33. startingtrouble
    7:54 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    2/3 of the worlds population has a 3rd grade education, so they need their sport to be simple. The kind of people who start riots before the game starts.



  34. barn
    7:56 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    do you have stats on the pops who start the riots after the game?



  35. HillbillyInBC
    9:28 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    33 – You tell ’em. Here in Vancouver we’re smart and sophisticated enough to wait until the game is over to start the riot.



  36. cats11
    10:51 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    33 – The world is bigger than you and your illogical analogy of soccer and education. Soccer wins. You lose.



  37. elian gonzalez
    11:26 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    33) nice grammar



  38. SeoulCat
    11:36 pm July 10, 2011 Permalink

    Football (soccer to some of you) is infinitely better than basketball or American football. I grew up hating football, but after going to South America in high school, and actually giving the sport a try, I fell in love with it. If some of you would take the time to sit down, watch a match or two and try to understand the game, you might change your mind. But then again, some of you old rednecks are so set in your ways, I’m guessing Sam-I-Am himself couldn’t get you to admit it’s a fantastic sport.

    At any rate, our girls were great tonight, and represented the U.S. well! Rapinoe’s superlative cross to Wambach’s sizeable and waiting forehead was just a fantastic display of skill. Next up is France. Get behind your girls, America, as they take on the Frenchies!!!



  39. ciphercomplete
    1:08 am July 11, 2011 Permalink



  40. BoomKentucky
    8:20 am July 11, 2011 Permalink

    All these people that hate soccer and never even watched a game are like women who hate american football.



  41. Boyd Baker
    11:24 am July 11, 2011 Permalink

    If you claim to not like soccer, then you haven’t really watched it. It is uninterrupted (no commercial interruptions) action, and constantly intense. Plus, it is insanely difficult and requires optimal athleticism to play. And, it is our national team. That provides some rooting interest, doesn’t it?

    What a hell of a game yesterday.