"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
We heard the media and Vol fans complain about the calls in our game last night, but Zona has a legitimate beef. Two very similar plays to our game last night. Both went against Zona tonight. Oh yeah, fuck bo ryan
Edit: Im an idiot. I was watching the stream from apple tv. Of course I get the final score while the refs were talking to both coaches. Miller was upset, so I figured they awarded the ball to wisky. The charge was still bs. But the charge and out of bounds were similar to our game last night. Something needs to be done about the block/charge call. It rewards the defender for getting to a spot versus defending.
Full game against the vols. Enjoy BEAT THE UK!!! GO BLUE!!
Temple forward Anthony Lee told ESPN today that he will be transferring to Ohio State. Lee, a 6' 9" power forward, was one of the most sought-after transfers on the market. His finalists included Iowa State, Indiana, Louisville and Notre Dame, although many schools came calling when he announced his transfer from Temple.
Lee was coveted by Indiana with Vonleh going pro. Tom Crean has some great potential players in his backcourt, but Indiana's frontcourt is a cratering hole now with Jeremy Hollowell, Austin Etherington and Luke Fischer transferring this year.
The next big Midwest transfer prospects to look out for is West Virginia sophomore guard Eron Harris who supposedly will consider Michigan among other Big Ten schools, and Virginia Tech freshman forward Trevor Thompson.
Temple transfer Anthony Lee told http://t.co/FJtJDXPuUb he is headed to Ohio State. Will play next season for Buckeyes.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 29, 2014
At Calipari's press conference today, he said Cauley Stein is "... still in a boot... I'd say he's doubful." Adds that it is an ankle injury, not Achilles. Says that Cauley Stein wants to play but "I'd be stunned if he played."
This would be a big blow to Kentucky, as Cauley-Stein is considered to be a 1st round pick in this coming draft. This would bring Kentucky down to just two conventional big men, in Randle and Dakari Johnson. Kentucky will be forced to play small ball more than they would probably like to and more than they have had to all year.
Title says it all.
Reason: To be closer to his family in Georgia.