Seattle Weekly Reader Comments on Coach Calipari

The word in the beautiful state of Washington and the city of Seattle, isn’t all Washington U slanted. The typical Kentucky, John Calipari, bashing, has disappeared, if not for just one small article. A reader of the Daily Weekly posted his thoughts on the Calipari/Jones situation and John Calipari’s Coaching job in general…

Here are some excerpts |

“The funny thing is – and it’s funny that none of the villagers with pitchforks has mentioned this – not one player has ever said anything bad about Calipari. In fact, the one word that comes up most often in their descriptions of dealing with Cal is ‘honest’.

“It’s also extremely ill-advised for UW fans to talk like Emmert is going to pursue their narrow agenda as head of the NCAA. The NCAA has been very careful to stay off Cal’s toes. The fact that two programs he coached have been disciplined is suggestive, sure, but the details don’t carry the suspicions any further. Coaches can be admonished or warned by the NCAA as well as punished. Don’t you think the NCAA would have done something like that to Cal if they thought they could survive the lawsuit?

“The anti-Cal brigade may turn out to be right someday and they’ll let us hear about it.”

Full story via The Daily Weekly.

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