Calipari adopts the “players first” approach, but it is marked with an asterisk

Calipari adopts the "players first" approach, but it is marked with an asterisk

Kentucky head coach John Calipari has dug a hole, and it doesn’t look like he’ll be coming out anytime soon.

After starting season 1-6, the worst schedule since the 1926-27 season, the United Kingdom notched three straight wins to open the conference game at Mississippi State, against Vanderbilt and Florida. Just when you thought the Wildcats were gaining momentum, they followed him with back-to-back losses to Alabama and Auburn, the former beating 20 points at Rupp Arena – the worst home loss of the Calipari era. – and the latter being a mind-boggling loss in one game, the Tigers shot just 37% from the field and 17% from three.

The team were so close to reaching the surface, ready to take a deep breath and swim to shore. After picking up an eighth loss of the year and the chances for quality wins dwindle, it feels like they’ve been pushed back underwater. And Calipari may be the anchor pulling them down, at least in short …
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