Can we assume that this CNN military analyst is Louisville fan? Or least a hoops fan who is tired of Calipari ruining college basketball with his one and done nonsense? I think we can.
It looks like there’s literally zero inappropriate times to take shots at Kentucky basketball. That’s how you know you move the needle as a program. When our country is on the brink of another war and we have dudes sliding in jabs at #BBN. Love it.
— Augustine (@Augustine8) April 7, 2017
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 7, 2017
So I did my research and the guy’s name is Major General James Marks, who obviously is now retired. His bio on CNN shows that he has no ties to Louisville or the SEC, so maybe he’s just sick of today’s game and wants college basketball to return to its heyday.
People were not happy about this
"This is not like Kentucky basketball one-and-done. This is the start of a series of operations."
CNN analyst on U.S. attack in Syria
— Justin Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) April 7, 2017
Reporter on CNN "This is not like Kentucky Basketball, it's not a one and done situation." Unfortunately, he's talking about war. #BBN
— Kentucky Sock Monkey (@BBNSockMonkey) April 7, 2017
My mans is on CNN talking about Kentucky basketball and the bombing in Syria in the same sentence 🤔🤔🤔
— William Stahly (@WStahly20) April 7, 2017
Analyst on @cnn just said air strike on Syria "is not like Kentucky basketball-one and done." Probably not best time for that analogy.
— Tony Taglavore (@radiotvman) April 7, 2017
Welp, the CNN analyst breaking down these Syrian airstrikes just said they will "not be like Kentucky basketball, one and done". Ummmm, ok?
— Bryan the Intern (@BryantheIntern) April 7, 2017
CNN just referenced Kentucky basketball when discussing the missle strikes in Syria. Not sure that applies.
— tucker (@tucker8rph) April 7, 2017
Kentucky Basketball is in the minds of everyone. Apparently, that includes CNN anchors as well.
— Wildcat Blue Nation (@WildcatBlueNatn) April 7, 2017