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Latest John Calipari Items
Florida coach Billy Donovan has his hands full preparing for Shabazz Napier and Connecticut in the Final Four, yet couldn't help but look across at the other side of the bracket.
Kentucky's remarkable run this postseason demonstrates that it really is more important how you finish than how you start.
Even the coaches have divergent paths: Billy Donovan and Kentucky's John Calipari are Final Four regulars, UConn's Kevin Ollie and Wisconsin's Bo Ryan have crashed the party for the first time.
The team pegged for 40-0 now has 30-10 in its sights.
The shot came from NBA range, and if things play out as expected, Aaron Harrison and a lot of those Kentucky kids will be playing in that league soon enough.
This will be Kentucky's 16th trip to the Final Four and it marks the first time an all-freshman starting lineup has made it there since the Fab Five took Michigan in 1992.
Kentucky forward Willie Cauley-Stein had a walking boot protecting his injured left ankle Saturday and coach John Calipari said the sophomore was doubtful for the regional final against Michigan.
If the crew of growing-on-the-job freshmen at Kentucky find themselves in Dallas next week, nobody can tell them they didn't take the toughest path possible.
John Calipari finally figured out how to get his players' attention. He banned television.