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C.J. Johnson hates Louisville

I called dibs on CJ Johnson as my favorite Wildcat a long time ago, way before his fumble return for a touchdown and last night’s acrobatic interception. I’ve been a huge fan since he arrived on campus, even before he said he “poops a lot” during his first Media Day interview.

After last night’s win, Johnson reminded me why I love him.

He, like us, hates the Louisville Cardinals. Johnson┬átold Curtis Burch, “I’ve only been here a year and I hate them already.”

“(Last year was) a dog fight out there, and we plan on making it like that this year too, because I don’t like them”

Watch the entire interview over at BigBlueInsider.com.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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

3 Comments for C.J. Johnson hates Louisville



  1. bigblueforever
    4:30 pm November 22, 2015 Permalink

    That’s good enough for me.

    I have been very critical of this coaching staff. But I bleed blue. Only games I missed were Florida and last night. I was at every other game. Columbia. Starkville. Athens. Nashville.

    I hope CW is rocking Saturday. Not crazy about current staff. Just not. But HATE Louisville.
    Go Cats



  2. cats42301
    5:12 pm November 22, 2015 Permalink

    Not related to this but just got done reading an article about football recruiting and Kentucky’s best class under Rich Brooks which they rated as his best. It wasn’t the best when they were signed however as 247 sports ranked the class 112 out of 116 Div 1 teams, last in the SEC. What made it his best was what they did at UK and in the NFL. Two of Brooks recruits were so far off the radar 247 didn’t even rank them, some guy named Trevathan and another unknown guy from TN named Cobb who didn’t even get an offer from home state school TN. Those two of course excelled at UK and still big time players in the NFL. The biggest prize of the class became the biggest bust Aaron Boyd. After him Winston Guy was a 4 star and rated second best of the class. I post this because when we start to hear the hype again about recruiting after the season and up to signing day in February it all doesn’t matter a hill of beans about who is a 5 star or 2 star it’s about what you do with the players when you get them. Are they going to be noticeably better in year 4 than they were in year 1? Next season Stoops’ first recruiting class, the ones who didn’t redshirt will be seniors and it will be interested to see who is noticably better in year 4 than1 because player development means a whole heck of a lot more than how many stars a player has behind his name coming out of high school.



    • NothingTrivial
      5:22 pm November 22, 2015 Permalink

      Your first mistake was looking at 247. This crap shoot of a service had Matt Elam ranked as a 5 star recruit. Rivals I think had the class ranked a lot better, and generally do with most classes.