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More SnapChat Filter Fun: Kentucky Wildcats as Babies Edition

Last week, Drew had some fun with SnapChat’s Gender Swap filter, showing you what your favorite Kentucky Wildcats would look like as members of the opposite sex. Today, let’s do the same with another SnapChat feature taking social media by storm: the Baby Filter, which instantly transforms users into childlike versions of themselves.

John Calipari’s been known to throw a temper tantrum or two on the sidelines, which makes this picture especially fitting:

Here’s Baby Cal talking about Brad’s “Earned Not Given” tattoo a few years ago:

What about Cal’s counterpart on the gridiron? Mark Stoops already has a baby face, but the filter makes him look especially cherubic:

Eddie Gran’s transformation is much more satisfying:

Look how young the Big Dog looks!

Snapchat apparently doesn’t believe babies should have neck tattoos:

On to basketball. Coach K may be 72, but he doesn’t look a day over seven as he runs to embrace Grayson Allen:

Was Bruce Pearl the inspiration for the Surplus Sales billboards that you see all over Eastern Kentucky?

The filter really worked miracles on Rick Pitino:

Meanwhile, Louisville’s current coach Chris Mack looks like the Startled Baby meme:

It’s okay, Chris. I had the same reaction when I heard “L1C4” for the first time, too.

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Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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3 Comments for More SnapChat Filter Fun: Kentucky Wildcats as Babies Edition



  1. ukkatzfan
    2:20 pm May 27, 2019 Permalink

    Hahahahahahaha



  2. WatchutalkinboutWillis
    3:48 am May 28, 2019 Permalink

    Can you imagine waking up and seeing that Coack K baby staring at you? Terrifying.



  3. Tyler
    3:44 pm May 28, 2019 Permalink

    Chris Mack looks like a young Night King.