Kentucky Wildcats Basketball: Analyzing John Calipari's "Non-Traditional Program" Approach

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Mar 31, 2012; New Orleans, LA, USA; Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari reacts during the second half in the semifinals of the 2012 NCAA men

The fall-out from the Kentucky vs. Indiana debacle is still not over. As usual, John Calipari and the University of Kentucky are made out to look like the bad guys while Tom Crean and IU get a pass.

Radio talk show hosts, bloggers and even some respected journalists have blasted coach Cal and his program for “running scared”, despite the fact that Indiana and Crean made the final call to end the series, not the Wildcats.

The neutral site game was supposedly a verbal agreement between all parties involved but, as we found out later, that was not to be as the Hoosiers pulled out at the last second.

All of this prompted Cal to take to his website and get on his soapbox and preach a new axiom for the Big Blue Nation to digest: Kentucky is a Non-Traditional Program.

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