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Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, and it has made all the difference (Frost).
"Above anything else, I hate to lose." -- Jackie Robinson
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"Apparently the University of Kentucky basketball dynasty is to continue forever." - Philadelphia Inquirer, December 23 1954.
My preferences are based on God knows what, certainly not a nodding acquaintance with the facts. However, I prefer by category. NFL assistants come in last among my choices, followed by has-been "name" coaches, followed by up-and-comers, followed by live "name" coaches who come in at the top spot. These group preferences are listed based my belief in their ability to come to UK and win reasonably soon.
Tuberville (with one B) is a has-been name IMO. I wouldn't expect him to be much more successful than Curry was.
But then Mitch won't find much better choices out there than he did 10 years ago since he's peddaling an even poorer product than he had then.
I've actually come 180 degrees and feel like Fulmer might be the best choice.
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