The first six years of the John Calipari tenure could go down as the best stretch of basketball in school history. Not only the memorable games but the amazing talent that rolled through Lexington can not be matched. Obviously, the wins were tremendous, one national title and 4 Final Fours were accomplished, and dominance in the SEC was returned to Kentucky. But since 2016, the program has shifted in and out of relevance as conference foes have caught up, tremendous NCAA Tournament opportunities have slipped by, and recruiting has dipped from the first 6 years. It culminated in a losing season followed by the biggest NCAA Tournament upset in school history. It’s safe to say Cal’s tenure has not been at a lower point.