Although the Wildcats don't tip off in the SEC tournament until Friday, thousands of the Big Blue nation will be heading there Thursday.
Ahead of many of you making that trek, we are hitting the Reply All button to some of your most asked SEC questions.
Randy writes: Why do they always play the SEC basketball tournament in Georgia or Tennessee?
Our resident SEC guru Dave Baker tells me there are several reasons for those locations.
He says the cities can bid on the right for the tournament.
The SEC looks at proximity to all the schools and it has to be a city that can accommodate the fan influx.
As for Coach Cal he seems happy about playing in the Music City.
"You know I know they want to move that thing around, but it should be in Nashville, it should be in Nashville every other year. It really should, not because of us cause its an unbelievable destination." said Coach John Calipari.
As for tickets to that great destination, they've been sold out for months, but that won't stop fans for searching for them.
Is scalping illegal in Nashville?
Police there tell me scalping is legal.
It is however prohibited on the plaza outside the arena, but not on neighboring street corners.
Happy hunting to you if you are looking for tickets.
Once all the fans hit downtown they could find a traffic nightmare.
Where will you be able to park for the games?
Nashville police recommend parking at LP Field where the Titans play and catching a shuttle over to the arena.
The shuttles will run continuously and also check with your hotel, many of them run free shuttles to the downtown area.