The Kentucky Wildcats vs. Louisville Cardinals rivalry is one of the best rivalries in college basketball, and the two coaches are adding fuel to the fire.
Recently, Louisville coach Chris Mack released a video on Twitter talking about whether the Kentucky/Louisville game would be played this season or not. In the video, Mack took a few shots at coach Cal.
To Cardinals’ fans everywhere.... pic.twitter.com/vBMgnduWaD— Chris Mack (@CoachChrisMack) September 29, 2020
That same day coach Cal responded on Twitter with a simple line, “See you December 26th. Can’t wait!”
See you December 26th. Can't wait!— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) September 30, 2020
Fast forward to Wednesday, we finally got a video response from coach Cal via Twitter.
“I hope I can have everyone’s attention. There are some important things we need to talk about, and I know some of you have been waiting for me to say something.”
Here is the short video with what Cal had to say:
I hope I can have everyone’s attention. There are some important things we need to talk about and I know some of you have been waiting for me to say something ... pic.twitter.com/aUOUNWHAjR— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) October 7, 2020
So, what did Cal actually say in the part of the video that was sped up?
Thankfully, Jon Hale of the Courier-Journal slowed down the video so that we could understand what he said and of course it included a shot back at Chris Mack and Louisville.
Welp, slowed down that Calipari video from last night. This is what the sped up part sounds like at 1/4 speed.— Jon Hale (@JonHale_CJ) October 8, 2020
"Scheduling, the guy down west, he's nuts, he's out of his mind." pic.twitter.com/AH8emc9zWd
While Chris Mack doesn’t want to play the Kentucky/Louisville game in Louisville this year, it appears that it is going to happen because Kentucky isn’t going to and shouldn’t amend the contract already in place.