I’m sure most of you have already heard Coach Calipari’s LSU post-game comments, but if not, here is the video courtesy of John Clay. In the post-game comments Coach remarks that "It’s not his fault he’s so big" when referring to DeMarcus Cousins and what is the unfair way (unfair to me, anyway) he is being treated by opponents. I thought that comment by Coach was really interesting and so true. It’s so often that we hear about the "little kid" getting picked on, but in this instance it’s the opposite and it’s a case of the "biggest kid" being picked on by his peers. Just to give some perspective on exactly how big DeMarcus is, I thought it would be interesting to note that he is roughly the same size as 22-year-old Lakers center Andrew Bynum who is currently listed at 7-0, 285. So, DeMarcus is already NBA-size physically and his college competition has absolutely no answer for him body-wise, and when you throw in the fact that he’s also much more mature talent-wise than his age would suggest, well, he’s seen as a complete and total animal by the college opposition and unfortunately they are treating him as such. I don’t know about you, but I’m sure glad DeMarcus Cousins is our animal. To me, a "basketball animal" is fantastic. Oh, and here is DeMarcus’ incredibly entertaining (he's quite funny, I think) post-game interview, as well. It’s definitely worth the 3:11, IMO.