Can a Kentucky Player Solve a Rubik's Cube?
The following paragraph illustrates better than any I've yet seen the unbridled yankee-superior fraud that permeates the east coast media types. I cannot wait to destroy these over educated frauds:
"In Kentucky, Cornell will find a much more athletic kindred spirit. After a weekend spent pressing the accelerator against opponents that would prefer to idle until five seconds remain on the shot clock, Big Red players will meet a team that runs wide open for 40 minutes. But while John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins and Eric Bledsoe are more physically gifted than their Cornell counterparts, they're also freshmen. Cornell starts four seniors and a sophomore. If anyone can rattle the Wildcats' über-athletes and cause a freshman moment, it's a more-athletic-than-it-looks, unselfish team that has seen it all. And while Kentucky's freshmen will play in the NBA sooner than later, it's a safe bet none of them can solve a Rubik's Cube in less than three minutes like Cornell freshman Eitan Chemerinski. "
And let's not forget Jay Bilas' selection Sunday prediction that Cornell would take down Kentucky by saying, " I'll take the smart kids."
If you can afford the time and money to get to Syracuse Thursay night, PLEASE, for the sake of all that is Big Blue DO!
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