Kentucky prides itself on having the best men's basketball program in the country.
UK has more wins than any other program, consistently ranks No. 1 in attendance (that goes along with having the most passionate fans in the country) and is tied with North Carolina for the most NCAA Tournament wins.
That has to make it the top coaching job in the country as well, right?
Not quite, according to Mike DeCourcy from The Sporting News. DeCourcy, who has often profiled Kentucky's return to glory under head coach John Calipari over the last two years, surprisingly ranks UK as the fourth-best job in the country behind North Carolina, UCLA and Texas.
While a noteable achievement for most porgrams, that seems to be a little low, don't you think?
You'll have to click here to read DeCourcy's full post, but in my opinion, the order is a bit surprising, especially with Texas at No. 3 and Duke all the way down at No. 8.
DeCourcy is a great writer who is generally right on the money, but Kentucky has to be in the top two, doesn't it?
Keep in mind that this is all hypothetical and that Calipari is going nowhere.