Kentucky's PJ Washington says coach John Calipari has "chilled out" at practice leading up to the season.
It doesn't take as much yelling from coaches when you have a little seasoning and maturity on the roster, qualities that the Wildcats and other top Southeastern Conference teams are banking on to match — or even better — the league's strong 2017-18 season. Calipari says he hasn't had to raise his voice yet in practice.
"Last year it was pretty much every day but this year he's kind of chilled out a little bit," Washington said Wednesday at SEC media day. "We have experience obviously."
Seriously? No yelling?