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.