Hmm...I thought Tennessee's coach was very detailed and much more interesting to
listen to than Kalani. He described what happened on Micah's catch, including the assignments, and explained strategy to the media.
Kalani's post-practice interviews are mind-numbingly boring. His postgame interviews are always the same, "I put my trust in the players, blah blah blah." One reason is because the only questions Spencer ever asks him are about what he was feeling during specific situations instead of asking for a coach's technical insights, on top of questions about haircuts and what food he's eating.