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Knight Didn't Pull Punches with Calipari

AP

Too bad Bobby Knight isn't working today's Memphis-UMass game.

That would be a hoot, wouldn't it?

The coach who called out John Calipari commenting on a game between the programs he left behind.

Q: So, Coach Knight, where do you think John did his shadiest work? UMass or Memphis?"

A: Oh, I'd have to go with Memphis. It's bad when a player is taking stuff from an agent. But it's worse when a player doesn't take his own standardized test.

Knight could talk about the way Kentucky essentially bought Memphis' recruiting class for $32 million. He could talk about the way Calipari rigged the recruits' letters of intent so they wouldn't actually be bound to the school.

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