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Best home courts in college basketball:

1. Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas
2. Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke
3. Assembly Hall, Indiana
4. McCarthey Athletic Center, Gonzaga
5. The Pit, New Mexico
6. Breslin Center, Michigan State
7. Koch Arena, Wichita State
8. Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh
9. Carrier Dome, Syracuse
10. Rupp Arena, Kentucky

Five other good ones: Kohl Center, Wisconsin; Joyce Center, Notre Dame; Viejas Arena, San Diego State; McKale Center, Arizona; Comcast Center, Maryland.

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BTW, Coach Cal was the top recruiter, however, there are several sites for any category you search, including best coach, and not all have the same info.  One site has UL, UK, WI and Duke going to the final four and I don't agree and I am sure that UL fans do not agree.

UL and Duke will be in the NCAA Tourny..so yeah. Too bad You O'Kay will be in the NIT final four.

Wisconsin? Eh, who cares?

Oh, and Rape Arener is a Cow Barn compared to The YUM! And since The YUM! is only three years old it is a stupid comparrison anyway.

But keep the dufus hilljacks pole dancing in the aisles for the rest of the countrys entertainment.
 
BluSu said:

BTW, Coach Cal was the top recruiter, however, there are several sites for any category you search, including best coach, and not all have the same info.  One site has UL, UK, WI and Duke going to the final four and I don't agree and I am sure that UL fans do not agree.

Mike DeCourcy is handing out midseason awards, and the Cats got one that’s not so flattering: Most Disappointing Team.

1. Kentucky. Is it fair to judge a team with so many freshmen so harshly? Honestly, we’re not trying to be harsh. Perhaps it’s just that if you look at our preseason top 25, almost everyone included is doing roughly as well as expected. Except UK. And perhaps it’s the bar that was set for this group of Wildcats by their predecessors. But it’s also giving up 40 points to a mid-teens scorer and losing at home to a middling Baylor squad. Kentucky can do better.

Too bad they sUcK so bad!!!

 NCAA National Champs, last 25 years......look who's missing:

YEAR      CHAMPION 

2012       Kentucky

2011       Connecticut

2010       Duke

2009       North Carolina

2008       Kansas

2007       Florida

2006       Florida

2005       North Carolina

2004       Connecticut

2003       Syracuse

2002       Maryland

2001       Duke

2000       Michigan State

1999       Connecticut

1998       Kentucky

1997       Arizona

1996       Kentucky

1995       UCLA

1994       Arkansas

1993       North Carolina

1992       Duke

1991       Duke

1990       UNLV

1989       Michigan

1988       Kansas

1987       Indiana 

1 admittedly disappointing season (so far), as opposed to 25 years of futility......even though little brother has tried in vain to recreate the "lighting in a bottle" Pitino surely had while at UK.

That's ok.....Ever wonder why UofL hangs Final Four banners, while UK hangs National Championship banners?

Maybe it's because they (UofL and its fan base) just expect less....who knows?

CardinalConnie said:

Mike DeCourcy is handing out midseason awards, and the Cats got one that’s not so flattering: Most Disappointing Team.

1. Kentucky. Is it fair to judge a team with so many freshmen so harshly? Honestly, we’re not trying to be harsh. Perhaps it’s just that if you look at our preseason top 25, almost everyone included is doing roughly as well as expected. Except UK. And perhaps it’s the bar that was set for this group of Wildcats by their predecessors. But it’s also giving up 40 points to a mid-teens scorer and losing at home to a middling Baylor squad. Kentucky can do better.

Too bad they sUcK so bad!!!

Blue...yewkay has been playing for 115 years. All they have is 8 championships. I think U of L will hang one soon.

Four of which came before Gawd wore shoes....
 
kittykilla said:

Blue...yewkay has been playing for 115 years. All they have is 8 championships. I think U of L will hang one soon.

Final Four appearances by coach

  • (Coaches with vacated Final Four appearances due to NCAA violations are marked with an * next to the year.)  TeeeHeeeHeeHeee!!!!!
  • Coaches with names in bold are active with a team that they took to a Final Four.
  • Coaches with names in bold italics are active in NCAA Division I, but are not currently coaching a team that they took to a Final Four.
  • Years in bold indicate national championship.
Number Coach Years Program(s)
12 John Wooden 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 UCLA
11 Mike Krzyzewski 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2010 Duke
11 Dean Smith 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1997 North Carolina
7 Roy Williams 1991, 1993, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009 Kansas (4), North Carolina (3)
6 Tom Izzo 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2010 Michigan State
6 Denny Crum 1972, 1975, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1986 Louisville
6 Rick Pitino 1987, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2005, 2012 Providence (1), Kentucky (3), Louisville (2)
6 Adolph Rupp 1942, 1948, 1949, 1951, 1958, 1966 Kentucky
5 Bob Knight 1973, 1976, 1981, 1987, 1992 Indiana
5 Guy Lewis 1967, 1968, 1982, 1983, 1984 Houston
5 Lute Olson 1980, 1988, 1994, 1997, 2001 Iowa (1), Arizona (4)
4 Jim Calhoun 1999, 2004, 2009, 2011 Connecticut
4 John Calipari 1996*, 2008*, 2011, 2012 Massachusetts (1), Memphis (1), Kentucky (2)



kittykilla said:

Blue...yewkay has been playing for 115 years. All they have is 8 championships. I think U of L will hang one soon.

Takes one to know one!

CardsRuleInKy said:

You're an idiot!

In all fairness, if I could be guaranteed an NCAA championship, knowing that I had to have an NIT season the next year, I'd take the deal every time it was offered.

That said, of course I maintain the right to make fun of UK if it's NIT bound!

Also, the title can't be vac8ted!

Too bad they don't hang banners or get automatic tournament bids for "Best Home Courts" ehh?

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