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If you get a college football scholarship, you're lucky. Well, for Kentucky running back Josh Clemons, it's a curse. The Courier-Journal has reported that Clemons - a sophomore - will miss the whole of the 2013 season after he ruptured his achilles tendon during workouts on Friday. "We are extremely disappointed for Josh because he has worked so hard and come so far,” UK coach Mark Stoops said in a statement. “He ran well during the spring and was eager to contribute this season. We are hopeful for a full recovery and look forward to his return to the field.” He had a solid start Read more [...]
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The Kentucky offense will be without one of its top weapons during the 2013 season. The school announced Monday that an Achilles tendon injury will require surgery for sophomore running back Josh Clemons.
Former N.C. State/Kentucky point guard Ryan Harrow has been granted a waiver by the NCAA. Harrow decided to transfer to his 3rd school in 4 years after one lone season in Lexington. Harrow’s transfer is a result of his father suffering a stroke last season, and wanting to be closer to him. Under normal circumstances, any player that transfers to another program must sit out the...
Kentucky coach John Calipari will reveal some of the philosophy behind his championship program in a book he's writing for release next year.
Calipari's tome is titled, Players First: Success From The Inside Out, co-written with New York Times contributing writer and author Michael Sokolove. The coach said Tuesday via Twitter that the book will give him ''a chance...
Just two and half months prior to the release of Rick Pitino’s latest book, Kentucky head coach John Calipari has announced that he will write a book. Very original, Cal.
Calipari’s book will be titled “Players First: Success from the Inside Out.” It is expected to go on sale in the spring of 2014. Excerpts from the book have recently been published online courtesy of ThePenguinPress...
John Calipari has agreed to a book deal with Penguin Press for a volume called Players First.
"At its core, Calipari’s coaching philosophy centers on keeping his focus on the players—what they need to get the best out of themselves and one another," says Penguin in a press release. "He is beloved by his players for being utterly honest with them, not by making...