Done with one and done?
Below is an email I received from a long-time UK fan.
He wrote to UK's president, to express his concerns with the basketball program.

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HERE are Senior Night highlights from UK's win over Alabama.

LEXINGTON, KY - MARCH 04: Kentucky Wildcats cheerleaders perform during the game against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Rupp Arena on March 4, 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Greetings President Capilouto,
My name is Jerry -----. I'm 48 years old and grew up in Kentucky. Unfortunately my parents did not have the resources to allow me to attend the University of Kentucky but I can say that  I have been a Wildcat for my entire life. I can say that I love my home state and I will never ever forget the impact that hearing AB Happy Chandler sing "My Old Kentucky Home" on senior night or hearing Cawood Ledford call the games on the radio has had in my life. I consider myself truly blessed to have experienced and to have understood what Kentucky Basketball means to everyone in this state. I am writing to you to express my extreme gratification for the two seniors who experienced Senior Night this year. These two exemplify Kentucky basketball and respect and understand it's history. While other so called higher ranked recruits dominate game minutes, they both continued to work hard and be proud to wear the name "Kentucky" across their chest. They understand what it means to live the dream that every kid growing up in KY has had.
While no one was happier to win number 8. I've started to wonder if it's time for the people associated with the program understand the history of the program, what it stands for, and what it means to the university and to the people of this state? It's hard to relate to players that McDonalds says are great, see the program as a stepping stone and are gone after a year as opposed to the two seniors this year who get it. Or to the equally self serving and obnoxious folks who call themselves media but are associated with the program these days.
I'll end this email thanking you for the support that you have given the athletic programs that mean so much to everyone in this state but wondering if we all haven't lost focus on what an honor it is to be a part of it...for more than a year.
Thank God for Jon Hood and Jarrod Paulson.
Respectfully,
Jerry -----

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LEXINGTON, KY - MARCH 04: John Calipari the head coach of the Kentucky Wildcats gives instructions to his team during the game against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Rupp Arena on March 4, 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)