Category Archives: Kentucky Basketball

Handshake line charade needs to go, but not because of John Calipari’s act last night
March 23, 2018

Kentucky coach John Calipari has always been a self-immersed twit and a blight on college basketball, so please don’t misunderstand my thoughts on the stupidity of the postgame handshake ritual as a validation of his decision to blow it off last night. Kentucky got beat, K-State celebrated, and Calipari left the floor without waiting to shake […]

John Calipari paints himself as victim while defending Fox and Gottfried
February 19, 2017

No one in sports is as clumsy and obvious in banging his own drum while defending others as Kentucky head basketball coach John Calipari. Listening to Cal whine about how college basketball coaches paid millions to educate and lead students are victims in our society is either nauseating or funny depending upon your ability to laugh […]

Top 10 Indiana (and Kentucky) basketball questions to be answered in the next year
June 29, 2016

What a year of hoops action Indiana basketball fans have to look forward to.  So much potential for thrills and heartbreak with every shot, pass, and recruiting visit. This is why we love basketball – virtually anything can happen, and it likely will over the next 10 months. Some of the biggest stories in Indiana that […]

Top nine reasons the Indiana vs. Kentucky home and home series should resume
March 22, 2016

  When Indiana beat Kentucky Saturday to eliminate Big Blue from the NCAA Tournament, not only was it a triumph of good over evil, it may put in motion talks to resume a home and home series between two of the most storied basketball programs in America. Indiana playing Kentucky makes way too much sense […]

Top 10 great outcomes of Indiana beating Kentucky in NCAA Tourney’s second round
March 20, 2016

Two things happened simultaneously yesterday that Indiana basketball fans love.  The Hoosiers won to move on to the Sweet Sixteen, and Kentucky lost to end its season. Yea and yea! There will be plenty of time later to talk about the challenge of competing against top-seeded North Carolina Friday night in Philadelphia.  Today is a time […]