Jon Rothstein sat down with decorated Kentucky coach John Calipari to discuss the disappointment of the Wildcats' 2012-13 season, and the way forward for the legendary program in 2013-14.
Kentucky beat out Kansas and others for the services of five-star forward Julius Randle.
Milwaukee's Rob Jeter and Youngstown State's Jerry Slocum could sweat a bit once the season ends.
But how? How can that be? With Kentucky, a fringe tournament team, taking a loss against NIT-bound Arkansas, why doesn't this hurt the Wildcats' chances? Because, let me explain ...
There have been countless visions that Kentucky coach John Calipari has witnessed this season that have made him cringe. Freshman Archie Goodwin driving into a crowd without purpose, fellow frosh Alex Poythress playing without intensity, point guard Ryan Harrow getting abused on both ends of the court and Kyle Wiltjer trying to guard just about anyone. However, this was the one he couldn't handle.
It's time again to look back at the past month and see what just happened. All through the eyes of the photo machines. Here are your best pictures from college basketball in 2013's inaugural month. The serious, seriously funny, confusing, animalistic and horrifying (looking at you, Minnesota bunny). Enjoy, and feel free to share it wherever you may on social media.
Here's everything else you need to know from college basketball's Saturday night. If you're looking for what happened in the first half of the day, be sure to read up in Afternoon Delight.

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