Barnhart discusses scheduling issue further with Rivals.com


Mitch Barnhart spoke with Brett Dawson, publisher of CatsIllustrated.com, the Rivals.com site that covers Kentucky. The interview at the SEC spring meetings at Destin, Fla. went deeper into his feelings on the IU-UK series and Barnhart’s disappointment that the discussions have played out in the public. The story can be found here. It may or may not be subscription only.

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17 comments:

  • Laffy says:

    They’re chicken.

    Period.

  • real iu fan says:

    Put UK in the past. I am more concerned with the now which has CTC overrecruiting. Roth gets shafted,someone else will soon get shafted,Capo got the ax, and appears to be an issue next year also.Quit quoting the Bible and live within the 13 scholly rule.

  • Chet says:

    What top program never over signs?

  • Aruss says:

    Roth had his senior day and has two degrees. He needs to move on with his life.

  • Harvard for Hillbillies says:

    ^My goodness..that’s still very, very funny.

    The ‘Prince of Tan Lotion’ was also hilarious. Glad to see you’re still out there, my ol’ Basketblog friend.

  • Chet says:

    Laffy,
    Just for the record, Asheville, not that far from some of those wackos, is one of the most ‘gay friendly’ cities in America. The entire South is not intolerant (not that you have ever said it is). Indeed, Asheville is a cultural Mecca that has benefited greatly from the diversity of its community.

    It’s one of the few places I know of where a conservative farmer might be having an engaging conversation on a street corner with a Wiccan (I have actually witnessed that one). While the city has a large white majority our mayor is a bright, engaging Black woman with her masters degree in public administration.

    It’s a great place to live and raise a family.

  • Atlanta Hoosier says:

    More evidence of the inmates (Cal) running the institution. UK’s athletic director has no say in whether the game gets played or not or where it gets played. Must be pretty sweet to collect a paycheck to do absolutely nothing except spew pointless dribble.

  • In His Image says:

    This day in history:

    6/1/11: The Scoop briefly becomes Die Schaufel.

  • Chet says:

    What happened a year ago today?

  • iuhoosier1992 says:

    realiufan, most programs will tend to over sign due to the fact that the commitments aren’t official until they sign that paper. ‘Tis better to over sign, then under sign. This is actually a good problem to have and something they don’t have to worry about until August. You don’t think they had a plan for this when they started recruiting and getting commitments. I am sure they have a plan A,B,C….Z.

  • Rico Chet says:

    ^ Mitt Romney was getting ready to start his presidential campaign.

    Also, you started seeing a new therapist.

  • kurk81 says:

    I started to click on the link, but realized that I’d reached saturation on this topic. Judging from the lack of focus on this “issue” from other posters, I have to assume that I’m not the only one. Let’s move on, wait for the KY program and Calipari to do the inevitable face plant in the next few years (or months) and think about scheduling them (or not) when the stench from the current regime clears.

  • I’ve heard one-on-one talks continue.

  • Reggie says:

    Agreed.

    Let’s move on with UK and schedule KU.

    A Home-and-Home series with KU would be a lot of fun.

  • Steve in Ottawa says:

    Long immersed in fantasy baseball repose,
    he awoke one Friday to check the Scoop,
    and seening the same old verbal poop,
    returned, did he, to delightful doze.

  • Harvard for Hillbillies says:

    Delightful?..I suppose, said Harv

    But twas not friendship you hunger
    That awakes you each slumber?
    For does it not nourish the heart
    you pretend not starve?

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