Posted December 03, 2011 on
LEXINGTON, KY -- Inside Carolina's postgame coverage includes interviews with head coaches Roy Williams and John Calipari, plus Kendall Marshall, Harrison Barnes, P.J. Hairston and Tyler Zeller following UNC's loss to Kentucky on Saturday.
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Kentucky coach John Calipari is not worried about the national rankings and knows Ohio State’s impressive win over Duke Tuesday could easily vault the Buckeyes to No. 1 in the polls next week no matter what his Wildcats, who are currently No. 1, do against St. John’s tonight and North Carolina Saturday.
There was a lot of #acttuff from the Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday afternoon as the social network sports world was tuned in to watch John Calipari’s squad beat the North Carolina Tar Heels 73-72 at Rupp Arena. In a game that featured multiple lottery picks and future pros on both squads, the talent on Kentucky’s...Read the Rest...
Blue chip big man recruit for John Calipari, Anthony Davis, has made a legacy for himself already, after less than a month of college basketball games, as he saved the 73-72 victory for the Kentucky Wildcats against the North Carolina Tar Heels this afternoon. The game had March Madness buzz, but ended up being a regular season National Championship game. With an ending that...
One of the topics of discussion during all this college conference realignment is the loss of football rivalries. We may not have Texas-Texas A&M anymore. The Pittsburgh-West Virginia Backyard Brawl may not extend. We may not have Missouri-Kansas. Even conference basketball rivalries like Syracuse-Georgetown could be gone.But basketball non-conference rivalries could suffer....
If No. 5 UNC wants to avenge its NCAA loss to Kentucky, it will have to beat the top-ranked 'Cats in Rupp Arena, something no team has done since John Calipari arrived. Follow it here.