Arkansas Staff Says Cats Are Soft

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 3/03/2013 7:47 pm
Coach Cal's Cats started off fine in Fayetteville Saturday, but the second half got ugly quick.

The young Cats reverted.  Sure UK shot a better percentage from the field then Arkansas...a lot better actually.

Kentucky made close to 47 percent of its shots while the Hogs netted just 35 percent of theirs.

So what went wrong?  Too many turnovers for one.  Nineteen by Kentucky.  Just 7 for the Razorbacks.

But Cal's seen this before.  He's had teams like this.  The trick now is, getting his guys to find yet another identity and a new heart and soul to lead the team.

Or the hopes of making the NCAA Tournament will be as soft as their play at Arkansas.

Hear from Cal in the video on his team's softness in the video.

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