While a win tomorrow certainly would vault this year's Vanderbilt squad to a higher ranking and better seed in the NCAA Tournament, how will history view such a win?
Everyone - even Kentucky fans who believe that their Winstons don't cause cancer - knows that Kentucky eventually will have to vacate all of its wins this season. Sure, we don't yet know whether Cal's buddy Wes bought a house for John Wall's family or hired an honor student to take the SAT for DeMarcus Cousins; but it is only a matter of time until Kentucky joins UMass and Memphis in the Hall of Shame.
So, does that take some of the importance away from tomorrow's game? Personally, I just remind myself that we are playing for an SEC Championship and SEC Tournament seeding. What do you think?
Will tomorrow's game matter after Kentucky forfeits its wins for the season?
Yes, it is important for a classy coach like Coach Stallings to set an example by beating a scumbag like Calipari (12 votes)
Yes, because it is the only way for Vandy to win the SEC Championship (10 votes)
No, it will not matter after Kentucky fans return to loving only cousins with a lower case "c" (7 votes)
29 total votes