John Calipari stopped by SEC Now to chat SEC basketball and its schedule with Texas A&M’s Billy Kennedy and the show’s host.
You can find the video of Cal’s comments below, but I’ll leave you with a brief wrap-up in case you’re too busy to watch the five-minute clip.
— He asked Isaiah Briscoe to be a leader and Briscoe is doing a “fabulous” job, although the sophomore guard has been out a couple weeks with a toe injury.
— With Dominique Hawkins, Derek Willis and Mychal Mulder providing senior leadership, he thinks it is the most veteran team he has had in a long time. “But we’ve got some good freshman,” he added.
— His wife Ellen is demanding he plays their son, Brad Calipari.
— His final comment to Kennedy? “We don’t want any late game technicals” against A&M. The two coaches had a nice little back-and-forth to close out the show.
See for yourself: