KSR’s Jack Pilgrim is joined by Shawn Smith of Go Huge Blue Nation for episode 78 of the Sources Say Podcast to debate Kentucky’s horrendous loss at Auburn and John Calipari’s questionable teaching choices that led to the staff’s second consecutive defeat.
Among the many subjects:
- Calipari’s in-game teaching choices have been questionable, at finest
- Rotation, lineup and substitution points
- Breaking down the postgame feedback and why they don’t make any sense
- Selective criticism is a matter
- Praising Jacob Toppin, Dontaie Allen and Devin Askew
- Why BJ Boston coming off the bench may very well be factor for all events concerned
- The place does the staff go from right here?
You may take heed to the episode in its entirety under:
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