2-Year Rule A No-Brainer

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Updated: 4/15 8:13 pm
Again, it's players first at Kentucky.

But that being said, Cal also believes in looking out for the best interest of not just his players, but everyone.

Which means doing away with the one-and-done rule and making it two years instead.

Letting kids go from high school, in Cal's opinion, would be sending the wrong academic message, just the same as pushing kids to Europe.

But what makes the one-and-done rule so bad right now not just for the players, but everyone involved? Cal on First Take this morning explained in the attached video.
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