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What’s up with Terrence Jones?

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The Tale of Two Terrence’s continued yesterday, and showcased itself in both halves against Alabama. We saw early on in the game a Terrence Jones who simply looked disinterested in defense, soft drives to the rim, and basically lost in transition. The Crimson Tide exploited Jones’ confusion and chipped away at Kentucky’s lead with him in the game. It is frustrating to watch a pre-season All-American struggle when we know his potential is so much greater. Jones had a plus/minus yesterday of -18. The last time he had a rating that low was his three-game skid heading into the infamous pinky injury. You would have a tough time arguing Jones played anywhere near an acceptable level in the first half.

But, you need to give Jones credit for a couple of things. First, double and sometimes triple teams were coming almost every time he touched the ball. Alabama isolated JaMychal Green with Anthony Davis, but completely swallowed Jones up. It’s hard to get started when you’re constantly swarmed. This brings me to my next point — what a great job Jones did in the second half, finishing the game as the team’s leading scorer. He made free throws, had a couple of huge rebounds late, and showed a “will to win” in the waning minutes. In the second half, Jones played like we all know he can. He finished with 15 points on 4-7 shooting, six boards and two turnovers. For a guy who was being hounded all afternoon by big bodies, that’s a pretty good stat line.

I wonder though, is there any explanation for Jones continuing to be missing in action for a full 40 minutes? We live in a society that is constantly thinking in a “what have you done for me lately” mindset, and lately, Jones has not lived up to his pre-season All-American expectations.

Perhaps it’s his mental game that still needs adjusting. Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist have entered the picture and are seriously taking the limelight — maybe Jones wants the stardom to himself? It could be the lingering pain or numbness from the injured pinky. I can’t imagine how difficult it must be to play basketball with a handicapped finger. Or maybe we have just begun to expect too much from Terrence Jones altogether. His incredible performances a season ago were just exceptions to the norm? There’s no doubt Jones has talent, but do we demand too much from him? Terrence may not want to be the leader we all expect him to be, he may be content being third- or fourth-best (and on this Kentucky team, that’s still better than most). I’m just trying to pinpoint a cause for the ups and downs we’ve witnessed. Because one game I’m convinced he has shaken off the cobwebs and back in his All-American form, but we have yet to see a sustained effort from him in seemingly forever so it leads minds to wander.

I’m not going to say Terrence Jones the person is soft, but like the team sometimes does, I get the feeling he plays down to his opponents. At times his moves look too flowery – when he should just smash it up the middle he makes unnecessary decisions in the post, or tries for too much finesse. He’ll even look bored without touching the ball. You sometimes see him fall into a lull, prompting Calipari to quickly sit him down. You can’t get into a game rhythm or flow like that. Jones needs to take it upon himself to get in a position to succeed, not look out of sorts when things aren’t going exactly his way.

Terrence Jones is vital in the success of this team, that’s why I’m so critical, but it’s constructive. No one is perfect, and you could point out flaws in every single player on this team. (The fortunate thing for Kentucky is the list of flaws is dramatically shorter than most teams’). But I expect so much from Jones, so maybe I’m just frustrating myself. Kentucky is excellent right now, but they will become other-worldly with him in full-force. I want him to be so good teams are terrified just watching film. I want him to dunk so hard he shatters the glass. I want Anthony Davis to back away from trying to block his shots in practice. Terrence Jones has the potential to be so freaking good; I just want it so badly to happen.

I’m not sure what to make of his overall performance yesterday. Is it the first half Terrence Jones or the second half a Terrence Jones that we’ll see take the floor first in Athens on Tuesday night? I still believe strongly that he will be able to be “back” to his All-American hopes sooner than later. Not to say he won’t have a good game or two between then, but I’m holding out hope that Mount Jones will erupt when we need it most.

Article written by Stuart Hammer

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

85 Comments for What’s up with Terrence Jones?

  1. Bristol Cat
    3:05 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Think about anyone you know who 1. Has a sudden unexpected change in preformance, motivation, or attitude. and/or 2. Is suddenly not living up to their potential. What is usually the reason? You know the answer Bob Marley.

  2. Spencer
    3:08 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    This topic has been beat to death. Leave it alone. Jones played well yesterday, lead us in scoring, rebounded well, and is getting better and better with each game. Tired of reading topics of “What’s wrong with Jones?”. There’s nothing wrong

  3. Jimmy
    3:09 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I don’t care, I love him and glad he is ours.

    3:10 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    T Jones just isn’t a star. Period. Hes a decent power forward who is a really good athlete.

  5. tlowbrewskis
    3:15 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    from what i’ve seen the problem with jones is basketball iq. the kid has incredible talent and ability but not that natural feel for the game that the greats have. he is constatly lost on defense when away from his man or involved in a pick and roll or help side d. i also think this explains how both last year and this year he got off to hot starts and then cooled off. when just attacking and playing to score his talent comes out, but when more sets and offensive plays are implemented he regresses as a result of having to think too much about where he should be and what his role is. to me the best example is a play, i think from the indiana game, when the cats came down on a fast break and jones stopped the ball at a wide open three and passed it back out. indiana set their d and the ball was passed back to jones who immediately shot the three he had just passed up! i love jones and hope he finds his balance of attacking and still working within the team, because we are certainly going to need a player of his caliber and potential completely engaged in order to accomplish our goal of number 8!

  6. MyTwoCents
    3:16 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I love TJ… and after last season, I was surprised he came back as he was going to go 1st round. However, the way he’s been playing, do you think he will be back for his junior year if he doesn’t turn it around? How will that affect our recruiting?

  7. kyeric
    3:17 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I don’t know guys, Terrence should be scoring, like, 30 to 40 points a game and having uhh, like, 25 rebounds, too. Somethin’ is definitively UP. I am glad somebody else notices this.

  8. D BO
    3:18 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I agree. This has been beat to death. KSR is top in KY basketball news and insight but when there is nothing new to write about or no new Louisville or Tennessee scandals to laugh about KSR beats some pretty lame topics to death.

  9. BPsycho
    3:20 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    #3 Thank You…. This whole post = aaahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!! *veins throbbing*

    Terrence Jones is Terrence Jones, everyone should leave him alone.

  10. Chris
    3:23 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    It’s gotta be hard for the kid. Everytime he posts up, he gets double or triple teamed and he either has to pass it back out or go strong to the basket where he either turns it over or gets blocked trying to shoot. With that, he still led us in scoring yesterday and seems to be working with what he’s dealt.

  11. The Cheese
    3:25 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    TJ just needs to get pissed off. Someone needs to take a dump in his cereal bowl or something. An angry Terrence will play better.

  12. Computer Blue
    3:29 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I think he just needs more time to develop. Not every talented kid is ready to go in a year or two.

  13. nassau65
    3:32 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    2 and 3, i agree completely. leave the kid alone. point blank, period.

  14. barn
    3:33 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    1)i think you’re right. testosterone. i had the same problem. doc put me on some supplements and now i’m a stallion

  15. UKBlue
    3:36 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Has anyone checked to see if Jones is bipolar? Jones plays bipolarish

  16. mashburnfan1
    3:37 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    UK Lady Kats are up 40-29 on UF with 12 minutes left in the game. After a sluggish start, being nice they played like crap on offense, they have heated up. It was 21-21 at half. WOW this team plays very hard.

  17. harley joe
    3:38 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    #5,I agree.Jones is one of the most over rated players in the country. He should have left last year while he was over hyped by the commentators. There is no way he will be as high a draft pick this year.Last year he was selfish and was for Jones(selfish M.Fer as Cal said).This year for whatever reason he is disinterested about half the time.I will be glad when he is gone.

  18. BigBlueHope
    3:45 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Wow, what a great post? How original and insightful.

  19. #Rise
    3:46 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Love KSR but seriously, lay off Terrance. I think he is playing fine. People are putting too much pressure on him.

  20. JonesinnerChild
    3:49 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I haven’t grown up yet so I pout and think of only myself. Fans must understand I am a spoiled teen who will do what I want when I want.

  21. Kort
    3:49 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Please stop posts like this… TJ is one of the main reasons We Are Awesome!

  22. tdogg4033011
    3:50 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    He’s also way to passive sometimes. When he posts up and has one on one, he needs to
    take the ball to the rack every time. Jones is playing better, he’ll be just fine.

  23. Rosquirto
    3:57 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Agree with tlowbrewskis- think its a basketball iq problem with some immaturity. He’s young I expect the latter but hope he can improve the former

  24. Ukfan
    3:59 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Terrence has not played well this season.. He has had his good moments, sure..but so has Eloy Vargas.. and Eloy wasn’t the preseason All-American. Don’t let your fan hood blind you of how TJ has really been playing, which is average at best.

  25. kentuckyjoe
    4:00 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I agree with all of the other commenters here that don’t think we need posts like this. When there isn’t anything to post; don’t post anything. TJ is doing just fine. Stop this c…

  26. BamaCat55
    4:01 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    The post was pretty accurate as I see it as well. There are times when Jones plays like the All American player is was projected to be this year and other times he appears to be lost. The coaching staffs seems to see the same thnig that we do. Jones has played ok for the most part and if he wants to play with the big boys next year he will have to play much better down the stretch.

  27. JBR
    4:01 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    You know, I am not going to necessarily argue any points in this article…BUT WHY DO PEOPLE STAY ON JONES WHILE MILLER HAS WASTED JUST AS MUCH TALENT AND POTENTIAL FOR FOUR YEARS? Why does Miller get a pass for being the least aggressive player in the history of UK? Is it because he is a ky kid? Everyone is constantly on Jones, and sometimes, deservedly so, and sometimes, not so much…but Miller gets kudos when he makes a three or a couple of free throws, while conistently playing scared and with no heart. Miller has as much raw talent and potential as anyone on this team…but plays like a girl…yet somehow, this is ok with the media and many fans. Treat the players equally.

  28. barn
    4:03 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    jeezus. is this Pick Apart Our Team Day?

  29. David from San Diego
    4:09 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Support Terrence 100% and so tired of the criticism he takes. He’s not perfect but I am confident when it matters late in the season he is going to deliver and deliver big for our team. People forget he is a sophomore in college. A sophomore. Give the guy a break.

  30. Harlan County Mike
    4:12 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    OK. I’m done with KSR until Stuart Hammer no longer post here. Let the strike begin Big Blue Nation. His negativity has grown too tiresome and shouldn’t be published on this site.

  31. No shit
    4:13 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    He did fine. He wasnt getting the ball enough, his confidence was shaken, then he had his finger ripped off. Kiss my ass!

  32. ThatGuy
    4:15 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Wasn’t he the CBS player of the game yesterday?

  33. barn
    4:17 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    no aaron/no hammer

  34. Dakota Cat
    4:24 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    28 is correct. Miller plays like he might break a fingernail. I like the kid. He seems like a class act, but God forbid he gets touched in the lane.

  35. Blahblah
    4:24 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    The difference between Jones and Miller is when Jones plays bad it seems to bring the team down with him. And also more is expected from Jones in the coaches eyes than Miller and that is what really matters. The questioning of players from the fanbase will always be valid when the coaching staff seems to be asking the same things.

    4:26 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink


  37. Blahblah
    4:29 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Not if his +/- is -18 we won’t!

  38. wicked
    4:29 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    KSR just let it go plz

  39. IndyBlueBlood
    4:32 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    We have 6 guys who can take over a game at any point. Ride the hot hand that day or that half or that 4 minutes. He finished that game as leading scorer. Let it go already. He’s playing great and adjusting in game to every opponents effort to get Jones out of rhythm.

  40. TeachMeBoutKentucky
    4:38 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Everything will be fine come march, we know how great TJ is. He contributed greatly last night in the win, and he is the best rapper on the team. Teach me bout kentucky teach me teach me bout kentucky.

  41. Truth
    4:39 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    It all went downhill when Jones’ best friend and WWW’s bag man moved back to Oregon. Jones regrets fleeing the scene and leaving his friend in the car, injured.

  42. Catsfando
    4:40 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    #29 When has Miller ever been a pre season all American? As a sixth man, name one better. Whats this hard on you have for Miller? How many games this season has this girly player been the difference between the Cats winning and losing? Who plays better D with the possible exception of Kidd-Gillchrist, out on the floor. The opponents he guards are shooting 18%. He is one of our two viable 3 point shooters and can go inside against the zone and score. His assist to turnover ratio is better than our point guard. He is absolutely the most steadying influence on the team.
    The guy hits the big free throws at crunch time, and hustles all the time. He gets every player involved in the offense and is not a ball hog. Do me a favor, when Jones gives the effort that Miller does, or when Teague plays as unselfishly as Darius does, and when any other player can produce off the bench including the assists, steals, and other intangibles as Miller does you may have a point. Until then pick another whipping boy, Miller is doing his part. So stfu.

  43. QuickDraw
    4:42 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    A valid question. When he looks lost, Cal pulls him which wasn’t happening before. Defense is where it really shows, like when he got beat getting back after a missed free throw. The comparison with Miller is also fair.

  44. Catsfando
    4:43 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Meant to say 28

  45. ScottFromHisTractor
    4:44 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    back in the day when players stayed for many years it was VERY common for a player to have a “sophomore slump”. As Freshman they play carefree because they feel its not their responsibility to carry the team due to all the upperclassmen, then as soph’s with more responsibility placed on their shoulders they struggle, this is T. Jones

  46. Thatsashame
    4:47 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    The constant drumbeat of “what’s the matter with TJ” is getting old. When we need a play I would still take TJ or Miller the block. Kid has a lackluster half and you write a whole post about it?

  47. Jacob
    4:51 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    haha this post is all about jones.. Chill man!

  48. cmcolts
    4:55 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Tired of this topic as well. I wonder how many of the TJ haters have ever played a second of college ball? There are dozens of teams that would love to have Jones on their team … not to mention the #1 ranking that he has had more to do with than anyone posting on this site.

  49. road_warri0r
    4:56 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Good job 48, I dont like seeing Miller compared to TJ, Miller is 100% Blue Blooded, and the most UNselfish player I have seen. I feel much better when Miller is on the court, and he is constantly being an encouragement to his team, whether on the floor or the bench. TJ is out for himself.. P E R I O D

  50. gcat4496
    4:58 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    We are 19-1 ranked #1 in the nation and we are complaining about the performance of certain players and the overall team. Maybe you prefer to have Tubby back and enjoy being ranked #24 with a 14-6 record.

  51. Bum Fuzzled,MD.
    5:00 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Part of TJ’s being and personality is that he needs to pose and Flex after he does something significant. When Dicki Vitale and others went on a week long rant about this part of him, he was hurt and confused. He changed his behavior. This period of suppressed emotions has caused what we in the medical community call “ECS” (Emotional Constipation Syndrome). Yes, he is flexually constipated. I say “Flex and pose TJ,to heck with Dickie V”.By the end of January he will be fully recovered and the dirty Vols will be afraid to come to town.

  52. Me
    5:03 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    In the five NCAA tournament games last year, Jones had 62 points, 42 rebounds, 9 blocks, 5 assists and 5 steals.

    While Knight and Jorts got all the love, Jones quietly did it all.

  53. test
    5:04 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink


  54. doug
    5:06 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I think he needs the flexing and trash talking to keep himself focused, Let start being a bad boy.

  55. ZackRder
    5:07 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    If Jones played anywhere else, everyone on this board would think he was a thug.

  56. Sheeeeiiit
    5:07 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Would this team be better off without Jones? NO. Would Jones be better off without all the criticism from guys like Hammer? YES. Put yourself in his shoes for a sec. He is on the other side of the country from his family and friends. I lived in Seattle for 5 years and its different out on the west coast. He is living life and playing BBall. I think he is doing pretty damn good. If UK fans keep bitching players will not want to play here. We have acheived alot with jones. SEC championship and a Final Four. One loss on the season. We need to appreciate these guys. They work hard.

  57. Teague'sbrokenjumper
    5:08 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Why is Jones’ mouth always wide open? Out of shape?

  58. BLY 4EVA
    5:08 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Maybe a coach issue?? Maybe give Jones some individual goals??



  59. KyRealist
    5:20 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    if he went to Memphis under Cal, all the Jones ball washers would think he was a prison thug.

  60. you suck
    5:23 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    72. he didn’t go to Memphis, he came to UK. Also, if this was prison, something tells me you would be the “ball washer”

  61. kybigblue
    5:56 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    You said he played a great second half but then go on to talk about “is there any explanation for Jones ‘continuing’ to be missing in action for a full 40 minutes? How could he have played a great second half (you had it in bold face print) and not shown up for 40 minutes?

  62. JBR
    6:25 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    48 you must be a die hard UK football fan…expecting mediocrity and lowering your expectations. Miller is the biggest waste of potential and talent I have seen in a UK uniform. When a guy has that much ability and skill, and CHOOSES to sit back and not take advantage of that, well, that is just weak. There are thousands of young people that work their tails off to have opportunities like this, and would give anything to have what Miller has. Everyone has lowered their expectations of him because he has been so soft. He could be the dominant player that others are, but he is a wuss, plain and simple. If he played with MKG’s attitude (and that is a CHOICE), then he would be talked about as a lottery pick. It is truly pathetic to see such talent wasted…and to see losers like you kissing his butt just because he is from kentucky.

  63. Playa for real
    6:42 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    TJ started the game by taking the ball to the rim on a couple of occassions and was fouled. If he made his free throws he would have had about another 5/6 points….so would’ve finshed the game with 20 points. I think he played well….other than not making free throws. He was aggressive and rebounded when we needed him to. Keep in mind this team deosn’t need a superstar. Last year when TJ was putting up great numbers we were losing. It was after others got involved and his personal stats dropped a litle that we started winning. That is the beauty of this team and all of Calipari’s team so far. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy this team. They are really good and it seems (by your articles) that you are looking for something to be wrong. That is Cal’s job to worry about and fix. I’ll take 19 – 1 with wins over UL, KU, and UNC every year!

  64. sunnycat
    6:58 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    55. How can you justify flexing and trash talking against the Tansys of the world and then QUIT at Indiana.

  65. Go Deep
    7:01 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    come on people. No one is great for every minute for every game. If Jones had sat out during his injury we wouldn’t be having this conversation. He played through it, maybe a little less aggressive because he was afraid of re injuring it. He is an outstanding player surrounded by other outstanding players. None of our guys are going to have huge stats every game because we can spread it around. What we should be saying is we have 6 guys averaging double digits, and no team can successfully defend all 6. Every night the hero is going to be someone else, that doesn’t mean the other guys are having bad games…. it means we just take what is being given, which is really great!

  66. fathertime
    7:13 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Matt did his best to peruade callers to be positive on the post game show. (We won the game.) On a slow day Stuart types this nonsense. Terrence received star of the game, but from some Cat fans that is not enough. Wow! Great job getting the negative fans to react to your post!!!

  67. Charlie
    7:25 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Stu isn’t a good writer.

  68. ZRowe in M'boro, TN
    7:47 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I agree with #2…didn’t read the rest of the comments…please, enough already with this topic. Jones is fine. He is playing his role and making contributions. Why do we have to question a player’s performance after every game?

  69. catty
    7:50 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I think to keep writing about this is complete BS. Jones, by himself, drew TWO files on Mitchell in the first four minutes of the game. Thereby making Mitchell a non factor during the first half.

  70. catty
    7:51 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    FOULS, not fouls.

  71. catty
    7:51 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    screw phonics

  72. paducahfan
    8:07 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    He looks to me like he’s always gasping for breath

  73. ukfan89
    8:20 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    He’s getting back to normal. Your post is two months late. good try though

  74. #WWMKGD
    8:27 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    So Jones is the leading scorer yesterday and this is the garbage you post? ok…

  75. D BO
    8:51 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink






    Leave Terrence and our players who have done no wrong alone. You are the Jerry Tipton of KSR

  76. Who Dey
    9:02 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Seriously, BTI may have sucked, but at least (as far as I know) he didn’t delete any comments that disagreed with him or called his post into question. This is stupid.

  77. Katdaddy
    9:27 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    I just want i i i i! What about these kids that are out there playing their hearts out? We think its all about us! Writing all this negative crap isn’t going to help jones play better, it just adds pressure!

  78. Bubba Earl
    9:29 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    You just stated what I have been thinking all year, T-Jones is sharing a limelight he wasn’t giving or sharing last year. He is a tremendous talent, but the young man has to decide to grab life by the “Jewels” and step up to lead this young team to GLORY. He has the decision!!

  79. Sheeeeiiit
    9:37 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    Stuart Deletes posts. Thats just not cool. I wrote a funny comment with no cussing. It was not bad but it gave Hammer a bit of grief. It got erased. Ive been commenting on KSR for over 3 years and not one comment deleted until today. Hey Stuart, Why be so critical of TJ when you cant take it yourself?Lame.

  80. Wow!
    9:57 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    This kinda sucks! The guys been playing better, and had a bad first half. Lay off. Seem to remember some big free throws down the stretch. Sorry Hammer, Jerry Tipton won’t be retiring anytime soon. And when he does we already got NJT!!!

  81. kyhank
    10:10 pm January 22, 2012 Permalink

    TJ is a head case You all know it he will no be _hit in the nba nothing comes esay for him he does not even look kike a basketball player big kid big exspectations no deal

  82. Why the Hate
    12:56 pm January 23, 2012 Permalink

    The guy had a mediocre first half and a good second half. You could say the same for Davis. It happens. So why you so fixated with TJ?

  83. don boyd
    4:00 pm January 23, 2012 Permalink

    some of the passes made to Jones were very low for a guy his size. Looks like they could get the ball to him in a higher position so he can react faster. I think that would give him a split second faster reaction, especially to double and tripple teams. At least he would be more in position to pass out of that situation better.

  84. kygolfnut
    5:06 pm January 23, 2012 Permalink

    I will say it again, the teams UK plays know that all they need do is bang him a little early and he will disappear, once he gets tired of sitting, he starts to come alive. Take it inside, bang them back and they will learn, of course the refs need to get in the game also, but you cant let them take you off your game or you wont ever have one at UK, cause they will always side with the other guys

  85. Who Dey
    6:09 pm January 23, 2012 Permalink

    Stuart’s statistical posts are great. His opinion pieces are not. He needs to stick to what he’s good at.