Big Blue Madness has come and gone, and it was once again a special night as the men's and women's basketball teams debuted their 2015-16 squads.
Another banner was hung following an amazing and memorable season. There's a new Kentucky basketball intro. John Calipari gave his annual State of the Kentucky Basketball Union Address. Drake was being Drake.
Oh, and Matthew Mitchell did the Nae Nae:
Tweet of the Day:
It's a good thing those one and dones are just mercenaries without any loyalty. pic.twitter.com/FTAOL7Mknj— Terry Bats Brown (@TBrown_80) October 17, 2015
Dunk of the Day:
Calipari pitch perfect at Big Blue Madness
A packed crowd at Rupp Arena on Friday night that included several elite recruits saw John Calipari at the top of his recruiting game.
Drake introduces John Calipari at BBM with wine and candles
Drake pulled out all the stops at Big Blue Madness for Kentucky's head coach and good friend John Calipari.
Transcript: Calipari Big Blue Madness Speech
Here is every word of John Calipari's annual Big Blue Madness speech, which was as on point as ever for Coach Cal.
Top takeaways from Big Blue Madness
The KY Kernel crew gives their biggest takeaways from Big Blue Madness 2015, including Drake calling Calipari "silver fox."
Wildcats Record 12 Wins in First Day of ITA Regionals
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John Wall debates UK vs. UNC
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Muschamp regrets not offering Garrett Johnson at Florida
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Johnny Manziel pulled over by police after arguing with girlfriend, drinking
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