Louisville No Longer Left Out, Heading To ACC

Louisville No Longer Left Out, Heading To ACC

Following news that Louisville will join the ACC, John Calipari said Louisville was getting left out in all the college conference maneuvering and must've bumped somebody out to get a chair.
Following news that Louisville will join the ACC, John Calipari said Louisville was getting left out in all the college conference maneuvering and must've bumped somebody out to get a chair.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky's John Calipari was asked for his reaction to Louisville accepting the Atlantic Coast Conference's invitation to join the conference.

“I think it’s good for them," Calipari said. "I mean, everybody laughed at me three years ago when I told you where this was going. It’s kind of playing out that way. They are not left out this way. They were left out. Everybody was taking a chair but them. They must have bumped somebody and then they took a chair. So, I think at the end of the day there will be 64, 80 teams that will be in that next (tier).”

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