Former Wildcat and current Morehead State head coach explained what he meant and what he didn't mean to do by his remarks regarding Kentucky's current basketball players.
LEXINGTON, Ky. - During his team's shoot around at Rupp Arena Tuesday night, former Wildcat and Morehead State head coach Sean Woods clarified what he meant and apologized for the comments he made on Monday
in reference to Kentucky's current basketball players.
"What I meant was just in today's society kids are different. I didn't want, I would never try to degrade Kentucky basketball players or this program," Woods said.
"To set the record straight, I love my university, everybody knows that. John Calipari has been great to me, and I would never do anything to hurt him and his situation here. He's doing a heck of a job and I love him dearly. Whoever wears this uniform becomes my instant brothers," Woods added.
"I didn't mean how it came out. I'm sorry the way it came out, but I was just talking in general about this day and age more than anything else," explained Woods.