Following Kentucky men’s basketball’s comeback victory over SEC rival Georgia, head coach John Calipari sounded off about the nonsensical nature of midseason firings. He isn’t wrong.
Kentucky and Duke have been framed as the villains for men’s college basketball this year—which will only serve to make games more competitive and enjoyable for fans.
Parity in college basketball will make this year’s March Madness will be interesting, as the lack of a real No. 1 team leaves a lot hanging up in the air.
Shouldn’t those magical moments be the rule, not the exception?