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charlottenian

I hope nobody ever questions young athletes for jumping for millions...

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I don't agree with the comparison, but I have no problem with a coach taking a better, higher-paying job nor do I have a problem with a young star seeking millions when he has a chance to.

And I really hope Calipari comes to UK

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Half of it will be going to the players.

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How long has it been since there's been even a sniff of controversy with Calipari and his players? 1996? You think the NCAA hasn't been watching him like a hawk?

Move on. Grow up. Get real.

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How long has it been since there's been even a sniff of controversy with Calipari and his players? 1996? You think the NCAA hasn't been watching him like a hawk?

Move on. Grow up. Get real.

:lol: At least wait until he takes the job at your school to become a Calipari apologist... :lol:

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:lol: At least wait until he takes the job at your school to become a Calipari apologist... :lol:

Stating facts = Apologist?

:willy_nilly:

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