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This may not come as a shock to anyone of the Big Blue Nation, because they are probably apart of the following. Kentucky head coach John Calipari has been ranked No.1 coach in America by Sporting News because of his Twitter account. The social media platform has grown to be a springboard for all the latest breaking news, entertainment and sports. College coaches and athletes are turned into instant celebrities as eager fans await a glimpse into their everyday lives.
According to SportingNews, Calipari has the biggest and best Twitter account among college basketball coaches in the nation. Here is what they say about the leader of the #BBN:
1.2 million people cannot go wrong, and neither can John Calipari. The guy has been on a roll since arriving in Lexington. With the exception of last season, Calipari has had the Wildcats playing on the highest level. One Elite Eight appearance, two Final Four’s, and a National Title in his first five seasons are pretty remarkable. Add this No...
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Twitter has become the go-to source for news, entertainment, sports – just about anything you can imagine, you can find in the Twittersphere. One of the best aspects of Twitter is being able to follow celebrities and get an inside scoop on their day-to-day lives.
In the sports world, head coaches are the celebrities – everyone from fans to recruits follow them to stay updated...
Kentucky’s quarterback situation heading into the 2013 season has been a hot topic around the Bluegrass State. Head coach Mark Stoops and offensive coordinator Neal Brown were originally deciding between three sophomores; Maxwell Smith, Jalen Whitlow and Patrick Towles.
Today, Stoops announced that the decision has been narrowed down to Smith and Whitlow.
It’s also looking...
The Battle of the Bluegrass is making some changes for next season. Starting in 2014, the Kentucky Wildcats and Louisville Cardinals will face-off for a regular season finale.
As it is now, the in-state rivals play at the beginning of the college football season — this season’s game is on September 14th.
According to UK Athletics, with this move, there will be four in-state...
Kentucky’s much talked-about four-man quarterback battle officially became a two-man competition on Tuesday when head coach Mark Stoops announced that sophomores Maxwell Smith and Jalen Whitlow would be the main signal callers the Wildcats take into the 2013 season.