John Calipari is facing growing backlash from the vaunted Big Blue Nation at Kentucky following a 26-point loss at Alabama on Saturday, as the Wildcats suffered their 5th loss of the season.

Several of Kentucky’s top players struggled, and Jacob Toppin didn’t finish the game with a reported injury. Oscar Tshiebwe, Cason Wallace and Toppin combined for 9 points. In the 78-52 decision, Kentucky shot 28.8% from the field, 25% from 3 and 62.5% from the line.

While Kentucky struggled, Alabama had just about everything go right, as the Crimson Tide shot 66.7% to start the second half, and at one point was 4-for-4 from 3-point range to build the lead to 29 points on Kentucky.

According to ESPN Stats and Info, this was the program’s biggest loss in series history. The Wildcats’ 52 points tie the fewest scored in a game since John Calipari took over in 2009.

Here’s a sample of the reaction: