John Calipari says he'd like Kentucky, Louisville, Indiana, North Carolina and Kansas to all play one other every season.
LEXINGTON, Ky. - John Calipari's latest brainstorm would have Kentucky face Louisville, Indiana, North Carolina and Kansas every season, according to ESPN's Andy Katz.Katz reported on his blog Monday
that Calipari proposed the idea of the five schools playing one another annually with a rotation of two home and two road games for each school.
This idea is contrary to how Calipari previously explained his vision for UK's future schedules on CoachCal.com
"There may be years that we add teams to the schedule based on our league and our team, but generally speaking, this is what we’ll do. We will play a national nonconference home game and a national nonconference road game to prepare us for the 18 SEC games, as well as three to four Kentucky experiences at neutral sites, including one or two at football stadiums that will prepare us for the NCAA Tournament and our fans will have access to," Calipari wrote.