John Calipari's staff is on its way to meet at an undisclosed location, where a final decision on Kentucky will be made, a source close to the program told CBSSports.com on Tuesday afternoon.
According to the source, Calipari still hasn't given the power-brokers at Memphis or Kentucky a definite answer to the question of whether he's staying or going, but multiple sources around both programs believe this is merely a matter of Calipari "pulling the trigger" and informing his players that he will be the next coach at Kentucky.
A decision should come within hours, if not minutes.
Either way, Calipari is set to be the highest-paid coach in the country.
Assuming Calipari leaves, multiple sources told CBSSports.com that Memphis will target Missouri's Mike Anderson. In fact, third-party representitives working on behalf of Memphis have been gauging the possible interest of Anderson for more than 24 hours, and it's probably worth noting that Anderson is represented by super-agent Jimmy Sexton.
Sexton is based in Memphis.