January 30, 2016
Kentucky head coach John Calipari and Kansas head coach Bill Self have a joint meeting with an official after a double technical foul during the first half, Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016 at Allen Fieldhouse.
A case could be made that John Calipari, who in 2012 ended Kentucky’s 13-year national-title drought, ranks as the No. 2 celebrity who resides in this area of the commonwealth of Kentucky. American Pharaoh, a Triple Crown winner that ended a 36-year drought, resides in an adjacent county at Ashford Stud farm.
The State Farm Champions Classic, which pits Kansas, Kentucky, Duke and Michigan State in a neutral site matchup in November, will continue through 2019, ESPN announced Wednesday.
Kentucky's John Calipari and West Virginia's Bob Huggins are among more than a dozen coaches and administrators who have been chosen to examine the NCAA men's basketball tournament selection system.
Duke, Kentucky and Indiana, which are ranked Nos. 1, 3 and 11 respectively in ESPN’s early 2016-17 preseason college basketball poll, as well as power-conference schools Stanford and Nebraska, tradition-rich UNLV and always-tough Cinderella NCAA Tournament candidate Davidson highlight KU’s upcoming nonconference basketball schedule, which was released Tuesday. By Gary Bedore