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6-Minute Stretches Killing Cats

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Updated: 11/18/2012 7:55 pm
After a 52-point win, Solid Blue fans might think John Calipari is pleased with where his team is at for this point in the season.

But then Cal points out that his defense is only playing for 6-minute stretches.  That's not going to win another national title...and Cal knows it.

Check out the video to hear Cal's take on the current state of his team's defense headed into Wednesday's game against former Wildcat Unforgettable Sean Woods and the Morehead State Eagles.
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