I want to preface this by saying that I don't think Calipari's style of recruiting can't work in the NCAA. It has, and will probably continue to do so as long as he's there. I don't love the one and done rule, but I also don't think it's his problem to hold back on recruiting the best players because of it. THAT SAID, there are obviously limitations to this kind of system. One year, they'll be the most talented team in the country and the next they'll be a disorganized mess with talent that isn't good enough to overcome the lack of experience. I'm watching the Boise State game tonight, and I've watched just about every other UK game this year, and something feels a little... off about this squad. The players look pretty disinterested, and it seems like like a team you'd watch on the HS All-American game. Not great defense (though, length and talent overcome this to a degree), poor ball movement, and almost no off-ball movement. Anyway, my question to our fellow UK fans and Gator fans alike: do you think that Calipari has bitten off more than he can chew this year? This last class was literally the class of all classes, and the entire rotation is a mix of Freshman and Sophomores. That's a lot of guys that you basically have to teach the game to all over again in the matter of a single season. Anyway, I'll hang up and listen. I know this is sort of a vague question, but I figured we talk about UK so much anyway, that it could use its own OT thread.