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Nobody will accuse these Kentucky kids of being the fastest learners. Not this season. And certainly not during most of Friday night's game against Louisville.
Welcome back to BracketRacket, the one-stop shopping place for all offbeat NCAA tournament needs. In today's edition, we plumb Richard Sherman's psyche, debunk Peyton Manning's talismanic quality, examine Mitch McConnell's phobia and go channel-surfing with John Calipari. Without further ado:
John Calipari sent Andrew and Aaron Harrison and three other freshmen to sit behind the microphones and answer questions about Kentucky's upcoming Sweet 16 matchup against Bluegrass State rival Louisville.
There were times this season that Kentucky coach John Calipari wondered whether his team, long on talent and short on experience, would ever buy into the gospel he'd been preaching.
Kentucky will play in-state rival Louisville in the Sweet 16 on Friday in Indianapolis. Cleanthony Early scored 31 points and Ron Baker had 20 for the Shockers (35-1), who hadn't lost since last year's Final Four.
John Calipari stood frozen on the Kentucky sideline. Every player on the Wichita State bench held his breath. Everything seemed to stop inside the Scottrade Center as Fred VanVleet let loose with a 3-pointer that could have kept the Shockers perfect.
Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison says he plans to play in Sunday's game against top-seeded Wichita State after hurting his right elbow late in Friday night's win over Kansas State.
Kentucky offered the promise of perfection. Wichita State is in pursuit of it.
Kentucky center Willie Cauley-Stein got a whole lot of grief from his teammates for a comment he made ahead of his team's game against Kansas State, when he brazenly said the No. 8 seed Wildcats intended to "shock the world" in the NCAA tournament.