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Congrats Kentucky!

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Enjoy

It's just a shame that in 5 years the NCAA will take it from you.

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It's just a shame that in 5 years the NCAA will take it from you.

Now that is just damn funny.

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At least Kentucky can beat Kansas. That's more than be said of the Tarheels! :lol:

WTG Kentucky!

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It's just a shame that in 5 years the NCAA will take it from you.

Thats why the ncaa cleared Cal of all wrongdoings and vacated the wins from the schools for being mischevious. If Cal had actually done wrong the ncaa would foam at the mouth to discipline him. I'm so sick of hearing that crap. So get used to seeing those championship banners going up at Rupp. Go hate on ncst's new coach. I heard he had an investigation too in the past. And thier probably about to start whoopin up on your favorite team soon. ( Haters just wanna be haters)

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50% chance of a vacated title

50% chance he goes back to the NBA

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50% chance of a vacated title

50% chance he goes back to the NBA

In his 19 official seasons (20 seasons overall, with one entire season later being vacated) as a collegiate head coach, Calipari's record is 505–152 (.769). His record in the month of March is 96–31 (.756). His record in the NCAA tournament is 38–13 (.745), and in the NIT is 15–5 (.750). His teams have made 14 NCAA tournament appearances (2 later being vacated), including reaching the Sweet Sixteen 10 times (2 later being vacated), the Elite Eight 8 times (2 later being vacated), the Final Four 4 times (2 later being vacated), and the NCAA Championship Game twice, winning the NCAA Championship at Kentucky in 2012 (with the previous 2008 Championship Game appearance at Memphis later being vacated by the NCAA).

Only a matter of time before that word is used again in his Bio...

Kentucky, for instance, remains in good standing on the academic performance watch even if just two of the eight freshmen and sophomores on John Calipari's team three years ago are still on the roster.

By next year, teams must graduate 50 percent of their players to be eligible for postseason play.

Oh crap!!

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Kentucky would've never hired him if they were worried at all. Sorry guys, that's more of a Memphis or Umass thing. He's got the best job in the world and he knows it! Doubt he's anxious to screw that up. See you in the finals next year. If you're lucky!

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Quit having sour grapes. Congrats UK.

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Kentucky would've never hired him if they were worried at all. Sorry guys, that's more of a Memphis or Umass thing. He's got the best job in the world and he knows it! Doubt he's anxious to screw that up. See you in the finals next year. If you're lucky!

yeah he's in the clear. its everyone else around him thats guilty....got it

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At least Kentucky can beat Kansas. That's more than be said of the Tarheels! :lol:

WTG Kentucky!

Full strength Carolina would have demolished Kansas and would have beat Kentucky as well.

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vacated by 2014. Better hope the banner has VELCRO on it.

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Kentucky would've never hired him if they were worried at all. Sorry guys, that's more of a Memphis or Umass thing. He's got the best job in the world and he knows it! Doubt he's anxious to screw that up. See you in the finals next year. If you're lucky!

If thats the case why did he leave those institutions? He admits to using the one and done rule as a tool in recruiting because he isn't concerned about academics, just his resume. Most coaches talk with NBA teams to get a feel on where a player would be chosen and then discuss it with them... bet he's not. He recruits like this so he can up and leave at a moments notice and he's gonna do it again... soon.

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