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Are Cats Good Enough To Beat Cards?

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Updated: 12/27/2012 6:49 pm
John Calipari on Kentucky's upcoming showdown with Louisville on Saturday.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Louisville was not supposed to reach the Final Four last season. This season, it's expected. Meanwhile, the defending national champs have a brand new starting five still finding their way.

So, is Kentucky good enough to knock off the fourth-ranked team in the country on the road?

"If we go in and Louisville is way better than us, we move on to the next game," John Calipari said following Kentucky's win over Marshall.

"We're going to go in, we're going to play our game. We've gotten better. Is that good enough? I don't know. They've got a veteran team. They've got everybody playing well. They're beating everybody by 30 and 40. Hard game for us. They've got terrific players, really good players. Hard game for us."
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