Ok, so that happened. Our Wildcats got beat. It's over and done, we move on. No claiming youth, inexperience, playing time, none of that. For that game, Michigan State was the better team. Congrats Sparty, enjoy it, because it won't happen again.
There are stats galore, but Glenn covered all that. We all watched it. We all saw where the holes are. And I think a few people need to go back and read a couple of yesterday's threads. Glenn pretty much called the game spot on, and I tried to explain that fouls were going to play a huge part in the game. We just could not play well enough to exploit the advantage.
So, wake up, grab your coffee and your lunchpail and get over it. We got 39 more games to win. Hopefully one more to play against this bunch, too.
"You got guys crying in there, which is a good thing," Kentucky coach John Calipari said. "I want it to hurt like that. I knew this would get their attention. The biggest thing is if you don't do this together, you won't win. You'll never be a special team."
While this recap is the same, check out the research notes on the right side. They tell the entire story. Myron Medcalf understood what he saw too.
And Now For The Rest Of The Stories...
If you need something to make you feel better, Duke lost too. And the Gators as well. Major League Baseball has decided on it's two best managers. Jerry Jones says that he might have made a mistake in his dismissal of Rob Ryan....ya think??
It is 2AM and I am tired after being shut out of SBNation for over four hours. So....
That is all. Please feel free to fill up the thread with video, pics, sob stories, funny comments, and anything else that will ease your troubled minds until we go set fire to Robert Morris' whole house. 'Cause I just don't think a couch is gonna get it done.
To quote MSU player Keith Appling, ''We want to be No. 1 at the end of the season''. Smart kid. However, "There Can Be Only One"