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Cal Changing Attitudes

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Updated: 1/27/2013 9:00 pm
Coach Cal's Cats are still piecing the puzzle together this season.

UK is trying to figure out new ways of winning seemingly every night.

One of the main things Cal is trying to get his collection of new guys to do, change their attitudes.

Not necessarily because they have bad ones, but right now, this team still has some guys taking nights off...or at least plays here and there.

Some guys are still not getting in the gym and working hard in practice.

Cal noted the recent improved play of Kyle Wiltjer this year, much like Josh Harrellson and DeAndre Liggins a few years ago.

All are example that when you change your attitude and habits, great heights can be reached.

Check out the attached video to hear from Cal on the necessity of change this year's Cats have yet to obtain.

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