It was February 2005 and Memphis was 13-10 and coming off a double-digit loss to Houston. The team’s most talented player (Sean Banks) had flunked out of school mid-semester. Another starter (Jeremy Hunt) had recently been arrested on a domestic violence charge. But John Calipari didn’t use his weekly spot on the C-USA teleconference to discuss either of those things. He instead indirectly lobbied the officials for an upcoming game at Louisville.