“What you have is these kids all need us in different ways. They're not cookie cutters. Everyone's different. I want every kid to express himself as long as it's not hurting his teammates or hurting himself or his family. My job is to help protect them not only against others outside but also themselves,” Calipari said. “But we're not against Facebook, Twitter, all that stuff because, I hate to tell you, all you old people in here, my son is not watching TV when he gets home. What's he looking at? The computer. I know, if you're my age, 46 or 47 … you don't want to hear that, but that's the fact.