BATON ROUGE, LA (WDRB) --- John Calipari spoke for all of 3 minutes and 25 seconds after Kentucky's 87-82 loss at Louisiana State Tuesday night. 

But it was not to catch a plane and beat the icy weather back to Lexington. The Cats are grounded in Baton Rouge until Wednesday and will stay overnight Tuesday. 

Dakari Johnson, the lone player to talk to the media after the game, hadn't even taken off his uniform yet when answering questions. Baton Rouge media quipped the Wildcats' exit might have set a record for the quickest retreat out of Pete Maravich Assembly Center. 

WDRB-TV was the only Kentucky TV station, and from all accounts, one of two Kentucky media that made it to Baton Rouge with the weather issues (a photographer from the Lexington Herald-Leader was the other). 

The first think Calipari answered is that he didn't think he's at a point where Dakari Johnson or Alex Poythress need to crack the starting lineup but said each will play more minutes if starters don't perform. 

Here's the link to Coach Cal's brief post-game news conference (editor's note: please excuse the rude person standing to the right shooting cell phone video): CLICK HERE


For Dakari Johnson's post-game comments: CLICK HERE