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Watch Tony Delk’s full explanation for starting Mulder over Briscoe

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On last night’s SEC Now, Tony Delk and Pat Bradley explained how they would fine-tune Kentucky’s starting lineup in order to get the best group of five on the floor.

Delk made the case for putting Mychal Mulder ahead of Isaiah Briscoe to add another three-point threat and to open up driving lanes for De’Aaron Fox, which you can hear for yourself in the clip below:

Zero percent chance Calipari sits Briscoe for Mulder, right?

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

85 Comments for Watch Tony Delk’s full explanation for starting Mulder over Briscoe



  1. WeareBBN
    12:06 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Yes Drew, zero percent chance because he has to try to get Bricksoe drafted. Is same reason he played the twins over Booker and lost the title and perfect season. If you are not one of his NBA darlings you don’t play much, remember it is now all about the draft picks.



    • JusSayin
      12:44 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      So why does Sacha Killeya-Jones never play?



    • WildcatRX7
      1:01 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      You realize that Booker got 19 minutes vs. Wisconsin, right? He had 6 points (3-6), 0 assists, and 1 rebound. Aaron Harrison played 27 minutes and had 12 points (5-10), 0 assists, and 3 rebounds. Not sure how that leads you to the conclusion that Booker would have completely changed the game if he had played 27 minutes and Aaron 19.

      FWIW, Andrew had 13 points (5-11) and 2 rebounds in 31 minutes. And Andrew’s 4 assists were more than the entire rest of the team COMBINED.

      Booker also played no D in that game. Thinking we didn’t play Booker enough is hindsight, revisionist history.



    • JusSayin
      1:07 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Sam Dekker was scoring at-will against Devin Booker. I was at the game they literally ran isolation for Dekker against Booker 4x in a row. Every one was a score.



    • maximumscott
      1:38 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      We lost bc we didnt have porthress. He was the one that could match up with Dekkat



    • CATandMONKEY
      1:37 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Failed comment Wearebbn.
      See above replies.
      If WCS even remotely showed up against Wisconsin we are playing for the NC.



    • GroundControlToNumber9
      2:00 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Hate to say it but WeareBBN is exactly right.

      Calipari’s “Achilles’ heel”:
      He will play his ‘confidence projects’ over what ‘might’ be better chemistry for the team because…
      1. Cal’s ego tells him that his coaching will push the kid to succeed (and therefore win)
      2. Cal doesn’t see the chemistry that could happen because that’s not ‘his project’ at the moment.

      Harrison brothers were both confidence projects. Briscoe is one. Fox ‘might’ be one.

      What I can’t determine is does Cal’s style of coaching ‘create’ the confidence pathology in the kid, is it caused simply by the stage that is playing for Kentucky, or is it a unique combination of the 2.

      I can see how the way Cal works the kids from the sideline certainly doesn’t instill confidence. Who knows how he works them in practice. These teams almost go out there to ‘pile up the mistakes’ instead of to ‘pile up the goodness.’

      But one thing is for certain… this team can beat anyone if their coach will let them. Part of that is not having 2 penetrating guards who can’t shoot outside of 2′ on the floor at the same time.

      Where’s the tweak? Let Briscoe sit one out. It’s amazing what happens when he fouls out (and you can see this team rise). This isn’t a knock on Briscoe… it’s a knock on Fox + Briscoe at the same time.



  2. Bleedblue1969
    12:06 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    I couldn’t agree with Delk more. Not only Mulder but Willis in the starting 5.



    • blackmilk23
      12:53 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Haha We better score 114 points with that lineup because it’s giving up at least 113.



    • Skeps
      2:22 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Good lord man thats the point. Why in the world do you think the other players can defend!? Please wake up and watch the games



    • blackmilk23
      2:47 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Skeps tell me with a straight face Derek Willis is a good defender.

      We did started Willis in that first UGA game. We were down 12-0 before the first timeout. (Guess who’s man did most of the scoring)



    • Skeps
      2:59 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Georgia scored 81 points. I don’t remember anyone playing defense. Please tell me who on this team can play defense? None do



    • unbridled
      4:43 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Absolutely agree with delk. The drop off of defensive talent is minimal at best. No one on the team plays good defense! Willis and Mulder add offensive fire power that Gabrielle and briscoe cannot provide. The defense can sag to the interior and worry about monk idvidually when fox and briscoe are on the court at the same time. The combination of fox and briscoe does not work. Mulder and Willis are the answer. Plain and simple.



  3. A_Blue_Wildcat
    12:06 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    If Mulder was on a team like Indiana or Michigan, teams that value shooters (albeit they aren’t great teams this year), he would start and probably average 15 points a game. He’s by far our best catch and shoot shooter, is a good rebounder, and plays decent defense. The fact that he only plays 9 minutes in a game where all of our guards played like trash really shows that he had no chance of ever getting serious minutes under Cal.



  4. secrick
    12:07 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    I agree with Tony. It’s not going to happen.



  5. maximumscott
    12:16 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    He doesnt have to come off bench, but sub Mulder in for more minutes. Mulder needs 15-20 mins a game depending on strategy and what mismatch are present. A team like UF would benefit us to play Briscoe more. Decrease Zays minutes by 8 minutes and give mulder some more



  6. catsarerunnin
    12:26 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Ok Drew. I get it. Tony Delk says Mulder should start. Thanks for pointing that out…twice.



  7. E Cat
    12:27 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    I would also advocate for more minutes for Mulder. He’s coming back from sickness, playing well and earning it. That said, whether he starts or not, think you have to situationally play both he and Briscoe. Mulder is a pretty big defensive liability, especially against penetration. He’s a good rebounding guard, but Briscoe is an elite rebounder for a small guard. Briscoe also is better at passing and handling the ball.

    If Briscoe could just cut down on the turnovers and refrain from shooting threes, he’d be viewed as playing exceptional basketball this season. I think those things are correctible. But he’s going to have to figure out his role. He’s trying to do too much.

    Mulder can be major weapon down the stretch. Could have possibly won the Kansas game if he was healthy.

    I’m pulling for all the players!



    • unbridled
      4:47 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Briscoe had like 5 rebounds in 20 something minutes. Mulder had 2 in 9 minutes. Briscoe kills the offense because he CANNOT shoot. Teams pack the lane. Fox also cannot shoot. We need someone to stretch the floor and keep the defense honest. Do you wanna sit Fox? Nah, briscoe’s time has to be significantly reduced.



  8. radman
    12:28 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Each of KY’s guards has a unique talent, but they’re all one dimensional. We play 3 guards in the lineup, HOWEVER – Only one can shoot (Monk), only one can distribute (Fox), and only one defends (Briscoe).



  9. AGSlater
    12:35 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Cal loves recruiting guards that cant shoot what so ever. We have Diallo waiting also. Maybe one day he will realize the game is about shooting now not driving 1 on 4



    • catsarerunnin
      12:38 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Well we can only hope he reads your post.



    • blackmilk23
      12:55 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Wouldn’t we be so much better if everyone on our team can shoot? Who needs slashers and defenders?

      Kevin Stallings had the right idea at Vandy. A team full of spot up shooters! The hell with defense and rebounding!



    • Skeps
      2:28 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yeah, Blackmilk! You tell him! That 2012-13 NIT team was awesome. We had twin towers with Noel and Stein. Couldnt do sh** on offense but boy they could almost rebound the hell out of that ball. Noone needs offense in basketball. That’s such nonsense!



    • blackmilk23
      2:40 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Skeps,That team was an NIT team because of EXACTLY what ya’ll are trying to do now. We had 4 shooters that played on that team: Mays, Wiltjer, Polson and Hood

      That team turned a corner at Ole Miss… then Nerlens got hurt… then our highly rated defense became pedestrian.

      And our offense was one dimensional because we had one slasher in Archie Goodwin and 4 other players that could not create scoring opportunities for themselves.



    • Skeps
      2:48 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Wiltjer was the only shooter on that team with a green light for 3s. If his shots didn’t fall then Archie drove the lane and turned it over. Or we threw it in to Noel whi couldn’t score. Everyone packed the lane. They were predicatble.



    • Skeps
      3:05 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      That Ole Miss game was won by Wiltjers scoring. He never got the credit for that game he deserved.



    • blackmilk23
      3:18 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Julius Mays shot 38% from 3 that seas and he attempted over 5 per game.

      Nerlens Noel won that game by BLOCKING 12 SHOTS.

      Furthermore the only way you could play Wiltjer was by having Noel out there to cover up for him on defense. That’s why we couldn’t start Wiltjer after Nerlens got hurt.

      The the shooting vs slashing argument will rage on forever. I do see both sides. I just think Briscoe is a scapegoat for problems he didn’t create.



  10. Mc12
    12:44 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    He’d then probably have to run a zone to be most efficient on defense with that lineup. That’s not happening either.



  11. Bleedblue1969
    12:48 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Monk can do it all. He plays lazy. I am not saying he is lazy but he is an 18 yr old freshman that hasn’t learned to really play because he has always relied on his unbelievable athletic ability. He can drive to the basket but when you are sucking wind it is easier to put up that 3. He could be one of our best rebounders but he chooses not to. On Saturday watch where he is when the ball goes up. His initial instinct should be to go to the basket but most of the time he is flatfooted with no intention of going to the boards. Defensively he can defend but again it takes energy to defend. He is a guy that works harder on the offensive end of the floor than the defensive end. It should be the other way around.

    That is lazy basketball!



  12. JusSayin
    12:51 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    This line up they created is the worst defensive and rebounding lineup we could have came up with.

    We haven’t had trouble scoring.

    This team lost games because of rebounding and defense.

    Briscoe as an imperfect solution to that.

    It would be nice if Willis became a consistent shooter as opposed to a streaky one, and rebounded well, and protected the rim. It would be nice if Mulder didn’t get beat of the dribble like he stole something. Lots of things would be nice. But robbing Peter to pay Paul isn’t the answer.

    And if Cal ever goes with this suggestion you will see.



    • catsarerunnin
      12:58 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yeah because of rebounding and defense we’re not undefeated.



    • JusSayin
      1:05 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      UCLA: FG – 53%, 3FG – 43%, Outrebounded
      UofL: FG – 43%, 3FG – 42%, Outrebounded
      Kansas: FG – 50%, 3FG – 26%
      Florida: FG – 48%, 3FG – 39%, Outrebounded (BY 15!)

      So yea its kind of an ongoing issue



    • TWhite
      1:39 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      To be fair, if you look at most teams losses, it will reflect this way. A high shooting percentage from the opposing team usually results in a loss. And I would bet we get out rebounded by most teams. When 3 or your 5 are 6’3″, that tends to happen.



    • Cals Hoverboard
      1:56 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      JusSayin, excellent. Couldn’t agree more. Defensive issues are our Achilles heal. Our man to man defense has so many flaws. We know Cal will never go zone, though it’s certainly called for with this team (at least mix it in when you see we are not able to stop the deadly effects of easy penetration). So defensively, we are what we are (which is weak, with 2 weeks to go before the SEC tournament). Our hope is that we can figure out who has the hot hand offensively on any given night, who’s giving the best effort in rebounding, and who can stay out of foul trouble. And go with that lineup. I guess our best hope is that enough offense shows up that night to get the job done. And I like the way we are finding ways to win even though it’s ugly to watch.



    • catsarerunnin
      4:11 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yes it’s ugly to watch. This isn’t a perfect team. It has many flaws. But the sky isn’t falling. Despite it all this team has found a way to be 23-5. They are tied for first in the SEC. What was expected? 40-0?



    • unbridled
      5:00 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      How in the world is mulder not as good of a rebounder as briscoe?



  13. Bleedblue1969
    12:57 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    I disagree. This team struggles in their half court sets. Look at what this team has averaged in scoring in 2017. No where close to the start of the season. Also look at each player and there rebounds per minutes played. I do agree with Mulder’s defense but he has improved. I will trade another shooter for a little less defense. The lineup suggested spreads the floor and creates more open looks for everyone including Bam.



  14. Bleedblue1969
    12:59 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    And by the way have you noticed the current lineup can’t guard the high pick and roll? It’s embarrassing. To athletic as a team not to be able to guard it.



    • kycats13
      1:07 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yep, every team runs the same offense against us. No need to draw up a new scouting report for each game.



    • JusSayin
      2:52 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      We are astronomically bad at pick and rolls. The only time we were ever good at them is when we had big men who could switch.

      I think ball screen defense is a weak point in Cal’s otherwise solid X’s and O’s game.



  15. kycats13
    1:03 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    All the pieces are NOT in place and those pieces we have in place do not complement each other. If we get hot and stay hot we could go deep into March. If not then we will be talking football earlier than usual. I suspect the latter.



  16. blackmilk23
    1:27 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Kentucky’s lineup includes 2 shooters (SG, PF) and 2 slashers (PG, SF) at all times.

    When our shooters are hitting shots, we have lanes for drivers, the floor is open and the PG and SF find open players or score on their drives.

    When our shooters are cold, like they’ve been on the road, our fan-base blames the slashers for not being able to shoot. (???)

    It’s fair to debate about rather or not we should play Mulder more but he’s not a fix all because we may sacrifice on defense, become more one dimensional and thus MORE dependent on shooting.

    Maybe it’s still the change we should make but people need to learn what our offense actually is before they start trying to suggest scheme changes. Our lack of shooting is the fault of our “shooters” not hitting shots. (Especially on the road)



    • JusSayin
      2:29 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yep. Slashers gonna slash. Shooters need to shoot.



    • Skeps
      2:35 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yeah let’s keep driving the ball. Let’s then wonder how they committed 30 turnovers. Let’s sit around and scratch our heads because we can’t figure it out. Where’s Cal? I would need someone to explain to me how that happened because it’s complicated.



    • JusSayin
      2:43 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yep lets ignore the fact that our “Shooters” can’t hit the side of a barn on the road.



    • Skeps
      2:52 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Then don’t you think you should put in another shooter? Don’t recall anyone complaining when Monk was draining all those 3s early in the season. Would you rather him have drove it?



    • JusSayin
      3:01 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yes Mulder should get more minutes.

      But much of this Briscoe can’t shoot witch-hunt is due to the fact the guys we have in there specifically to shoot also can’t shoot.

      Briscoe wasn’t recruited as a shooter he was always a driver and passer. And whenever Monk and Willis struggle to hit 3s and our offense designed around their game struggles, fans get mad at Briscoe for not being able to do something he was never recruited to do.

      I personally like the 2 driver, 2 shooter combo. It worked in 2012 just fine. I think you run the risk of being to dependent on shots falling with 3 spot up shooters on in your lineup.

      I think Monk and Hawkins should give up some of their minutes too. (Mostly Hawkins because he shoots a lower % from the field and the 3 than Briscoe.



    • Skeps
      3:09 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Don’t think we’re going to agree on this one but 2012 had multiple great shooters. Lamb, Miller, Wiltjer, and Teague started hitting them late in the season. Slashing wasn’t needed as much. Inside scoring with Jones and Davis combined with those shooters and they were tough to defend. Very well balanced.



  17. runtsfan
    1:30 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Other than the times they failed to get off a shot, I thought Missouri’s offense had better rhythm than ours. We are hard to watch. But soon we’ll get several players drafted and declare the season a success.



  18. woodeaglevigil
    1:33 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Well, Mulder starting should happen at least for one game when UK plays Vanderbilt next Tuesday (2-28-2017). That game is the last regular season game in Rupp Arena, meaning it will be Senior Night for Hawkins, Mulder, and Willis. So, those 3 should start that game and I can see Gabriel and Briscoe definitely not starting that game and either Fox or Monk not starting.



    • Jiminy Crickets
      2:48 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Calipari does not believe in senior night. I doubt seriously Willis mulder and dom all start



  19. Bleedblue1969
    1:37 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Adding another shooter will allow Kentucky to get better looks. The shot selection was not good last. It’s hard to win against any team with the combination of not shooting a high percentage and taking contested or bad shots which go hand in hand. Adding another shooter stretches the floor and plays into the strength of your point guard.



  20. ncaa is in on it
    2:02 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    The talent is there,

    This year its bad coaching and I love Cal.

    If Fox will drive to the basket and score or dish & monk quits shooting 20′ 2’s we win it all…..

    oh, play zone.



  21. Skeps
    2:20 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Thank God for those two analysts on SEC network. ESPN still says the same old tired line of “get Bam the ball.” These two realize everyone packs rhe paint against Kentucky.



  22. Bleedblue1969
    2:24 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Those two guys actually played. Huge difference!



  23. Bleedblue1969
    2:27 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Cal can coach. He is not the best X’s & O’s coach but he can coach. He just is hard headed and is determined to make it work his way. That is what has made him so successful in life.



    • Skeps
      2:42 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      I do think he can coach. He’s been fantastic in some games. Now for some reason he just can’t see the simple fixes. It took him all year long in 2013-14 to figure out to just have Andrew Harrison pass the ball to open shooters. Most fans had been saying it all year long but he couldn’t see it.



    • syrin23
      7:27 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      I think he makes terrible in game decisions. His personnel decisions are questionable. I think he coaches the team well on their weaknesses and coaches each player to become better and understands what they need to improve upon, but in game, especially in the last 5 minutes of a close game, he gets out coached every time. Look at the last 5 minutes of the Wisconsin game for the worst coaching I have ever seen in a college basketball game.



  24. Jiminy Crickets
    2:44 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    When is this fanbase going to stop blaming Briscoe?? If anything Briscoe should move to the point and bench Fox for Mulder. Fox no longer passes, is the absolute worst defender on the floor, and can not shoot. Briscoe can’t shoot either, but plays defense. In the last 10 games (minus UT), our best offensive games came with fox out. Caliparis problem is he wants Dom to back up Fox. Fox’s lack of effort, and lack of defense is KILLING us in the high post pick and roll. It’s him that’s causing our defense to look like garbage, not Briscoe



    • Bleedblue1969
      2:51 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      You have lost your mind! Never played past middle school, right?



    • Jiminy Crickets
      2:54 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      I’d play u today.



    • blackmilk23
      3:04 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Actually I have noticed Fox’s TERRIBLE pick and roll defense. Not saying he shouldn’t start but he hasn’t been playing great.



    • unbridled
      5:14 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Briscoe being a great “defender” is a complete myth. Regardless, fox brings a speed and element to the offense that briscoe can not. Briscoe should back fox up.



    • syrin23
      7:24 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      You are 100% correct. He USED to play decent defense, then he fould out about a month ago and has been much more timid ever since.



  25. ncaa is in on it
    2:48 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    “ground control”

    I never liked the way Cal screamed at the kids UNTIL i saw first hand thru a situation that these kids truely get told they are gods and cant make mistakes and wont listen to anyone even their own Dad. I saw a kid get showed these easily correctable mistakes on video over and over then the dad would hire trainers and they would show the kid over and over????? This was a honor roll student not a thug. So Cal does get thru to them. He is awesome



  26. Bleedblue1969
    2:58 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    No one is blaming Briscoe but Fox most nights is the best player on the floor. Needs to improve defensively.



  27. 4381combs
    2:58 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Sorry, I’ve watched UK basketball for years and we always have had great shooting guards. I love Briscoe on defense but we can’t have 2 driving guards and no outside shooter. It worked earlier in the year because Briscoe was hitting some outside shots. He’s not now. He’s not making the free throws.Depending on what’s going on Briscoe and Fox should be subbing for each other. He’s clogging up the middle because they know him and Fox are going inside and they are defending in the paint so it takes Bam out of the game. Only bad thing about Coach Cal is he is loyal to a fault.



    • blackmilk23
      3:09 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      We have 2 driving guards and IN THEORY 2 outside shooters. But when Monk and Willis our hitting the non-shooting of our PG and SF become apparent.



  28. Bleedblue1969
    2:59 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    That’s funny!



  29. Bleedblue1969
    3:03 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Agree



    • blackmilk23
      3:05 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      lol you dont know how to use the reply feature do you? You have to hit “Reply” next to the comment.



  30. Duff86
    3:06 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Let’s face it, this team cannot be taught defense. Let’s stack the offense with as many scorers as possible. With Mulder and Willis in the starting rotation we’d have the potential to drop 120 every game. Don’t play defense, just out score them. We have the weapons to do it.



    • blackmilk23
      3:10 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      We tried that against UCLA.



    • Skeps
      3:18 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      We also did it successfully against North Carolina



    • blackmilk23
      3:26 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      Yep and as long Malik Monk scores 47 points every game we will be okay.

      But that doesn’t exactly seem like a sustainable offensive model given Monk’s shooting slump as of late.



  31. Skeps
    3:35 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    If that game happens today we get blown out. Monk’s been neutralized due to 100% focus of getting Bam the ball on every possession. Self-inflicted wounds.



    • blackmilk23
      3:53 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

      That we agree on. This emphasis on getting Bam the ball like he’s Shaq has stunted our run and gun offense.



  32. TBW3011
    4:44 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    It would make sense, so yes, zero percent.



  33. MAYS24
    4:47 pm February 22, 2017 Permalink

    Mulder should get more minutes. We still need Briscoe’s toughness, defense, and rebounding. Briscoe deserves the minutes when his shooting returns to average and he lowers the high turnovers. When Willis’s shot is on and he is rebounding well I think that is enough to compensate for poor defense much of the time.
    The most needed change is the effort in rebounding and consistent defense. Pick and roll is not going to get any better at this point in the season. When they give it all they have to match the opponents energy all the stats look better. Monk and Fox are going to go high in the draft regardless of their defense or rebounding. For them, it comes down to how important a SEC and National Championship are for them personally. For the others, I cannot figure why the standing around and watching.



  34. SamKat83
    9:51 am February 23, 2017 Permalink

    IMHO

    Great comments by all IT UK fans! I love Coach Cal to get the best out off this team along with his great staff. Cal would have recruited, obtained, and won championship with Tony Delk! Tony would have loved playing for Coach Cal and I wouldn’t mind at all seeing Tony become part of Cal’s staff at UK.

    I agree most closely with Bleedblueuk 1969 if I have said that correctly.

    I love the starting team of Willis, Abedeyo, Monk, Fox and Muldar! I also love the three point shot and the shot clock for making college basketball what it is today!

    Coach was fabulous in beginning IT and Coach Cal has. been best at making it even better in today’s game.

    Wow! Tony Delk started something at SEC and KSR as he also helped win a UK Championship! I love Tony and I love Cal!