Here we are at Thursday, and let's recap the week: Nerlens Noel is being asked a few routine questions about some of his handlers, Kentucky sets a record for a school in basketball attendance, and Anthony Davis managed a 3.7 GPA this semester.
There is much more, beginning now:
Bob Knight, your office on line 1.
Yeah. Seriously, there isn't anything in here UK fans don't already know, but for some reason, people seem to think this is news.
While sitting here, this thought came to mind. "If the mailman reacted to every barking dog, he would never get the mail delivered."— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) May 10, 2012
Coach Cal with a little dig at Thamel. Sweet.
Surprised? Didn't think so.
All you will ever want to know about Noel's high-top fade.
The blogging platform we use on SB Nation and A Sea of Blue is getting a lot of well-earned attention.
UNC shared its report with the NCAA, but it was unclear on Tuesday whether the NCAA’s enforcement staff would investigate further. Steve Kirschner, a UNC athletic department spokesman, said Tuesday that the university had received no communication from the NCAA about the university’s report.
We may legitimately wonder when the mainstream sports media is going to really dig into this.
George Tweeted: "@ABennett24 to KU fans Anthony and @22wiggins are really good friends and come from the same family. U diss 1 you diss all. Bounce family!!"
Wonder if any of the stupid idiots taking shots at Bennett would care to run off Wiggins?
Terrence Jones' position makes no sense to me. Also skeptical Lamb will go where they have him.
Some people just can't take a hint. Heck, some people can't even take a "Not in a million years!"
Bad idea, indeed.
"At the end of the day, it just became two different philosophies," Crean said. "Two different view points. The bottom line is, when it comes to the history of the scheduling, the way I understand it is Kentucky had moved it back on campus anyways before we had come to Indiana and really we saw no reason to move it off. If it's gonna move off, we didn't wanna do it at this point. . It wasn't a complicated process.
Apparently, your understanding is wrong. What do you say to that?
He was never like this at Kentucky.
"I mentioned to him, why the hell are you calling me? You have to worry about Louisville tomorrow."
Good question. But then again, maybe he really didn't need to worry that much.
Some interesting stuff in here.
He also reminds everyone that it was the Wildcats, not the Hoosiers (both under different head coaches at the time, who moved the game back on campus in the mid-2000s after a 15-year run at neutral venues.
Well, he was wrong about that. It was the Louisville Cardinals who cause that problem, not Kentucky.
No reason why he should, really. Not at this point, at least.