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Q: Why did John Calipari have six state policemen escorting him around Churchill Downs?

A: They weren’t needed.


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By Charlie Springer

Charlie Springer is a former Louisville editor and sportswriter, a public affairs consultant, a UofL grad and longtime fan.

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  1. Maybe he feared UL fans after stealing Teague? Maybe he was projecting his own lack of class and that of the BBN on to the Louisville fan base? Possible six were needed to help carry his massive ego? Attention, attention, attention? My best guess…..a guilty conscience.

  2. It was because they feared he would try to do the John Wall Dance and injure innocent bystanders.

    It’s rumored that Calipari delivered another slap in the face to Louisvillians when he convinced Churchill Downs ownership to move the track to Lexington (right next to Keeneland) and run the Derby there next year.

    They’re going to raze the Downs to create parking for UofL football and baseball.

    1. I think he or they are projecting their own lack of self control onto Louisville fans. It would be insulting if weren’t so stupid. Gotta share this: Calipari has the looks and mannerisms of a character I went to school with who turned out to be a kleptomaniac. Lots of similarities.

  3. he knows he do a lot diry stuff and thas why he is scared…real man real coach will allways be respected and if u need all that police where ever you go your life is scary

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