Cal Can't Keep Twins Straight

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Updated: 10/24/2013 7:52 pm
The basketball Cats have the Harrison twins which is great in terms of talent for Solid Blue fans, but not so easy on old man John Calipari to keep straight in practice.

In fact, Coach Cal has a special way right now of keeping the twins looking different enough to tell apart.

But that isn't going to last all season long, because Cal thinks it could be an advantage against the opposition...or at least worth a shot...but likely no switching of the jerseys.

Hear from Cal in the video.

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