The most beautiful smile in the world. The game is so much better when you can look over and see this!
The obligatory self-picture. I really should have shaved, but at least I don't look stoned like I usually do in these kinds of pictures.
Ain't she purty?
Coach Cal got a replica jersey of his playing days and a current jersey from his alma mater, Clarion, before the game.
Cal once led Clarion's team in assists and free throw percentage for the year. You can actually see his face in this picture, but a cameraman is blocking the shot.
Coach Cal on the bench. He has a weird expression on his face, but this was the best shot I got.
John Robic, Cal's assistant coach
Coach Robic again, looking significantly less happy
Coach Robic talking to the team (not pictured) before the game.
Assistant coach Orlando Antigua. Did you know he used to be a Harlem Globetrotter? Thanks, Wikipedia.
Assistant coach Rod Strickland. Did you know he used to play for the Portland Trailblazers? (Actually, I knew that without Wikipedia.)
Former Wildcat Tony Delk is on Cal's staff as an assistant. Did you know he once scored 53 points in a game for the Phoenix Suns? Yeah, I knew that too. Scott Padgett was sitting next to him (he's also one of Cal's assistants) but where I was sitting, I couldn't get a picture because of the backboard support. :(
Former Wildcat Mike Pratt provides color commentary on the Big Blue Radio Network.
Demarcus Cousins is a VERY large man. 6'11", 270 lbs.
Demarcus gets ready to block out after a free throw
JUCO transfer Darnell Dodson during warmups
Madisonville's own Jon Hood
Josh Harrelson is also a very tall man
Mark Krebs, the walk-on turned scholarship player. He had 5 points in this game!
Maysville's Darius Miller, apparently doing the happy dance
Daniel Orton practicing a post-up move. He got hurt in this game after playing only a couple of minutes. :(
THE MAN: Patrick Patterson. He was again the only one to come out and sign autographs. He's getting his degree in three years and will probably be a high draft pick in the NBA next year.
Perry Stevenson is adjusting well to limited playing time.
John Wall, future millionaire