Cal Expects 'Blitzkrieg' From Gators

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 2/11/2013 7:48 pm
The basketball Cats are back in the AP Top 25 for the first time in ten weeks...coming in at No. 25.

But for just the second time in conference play tomorrow night, Kentucky will take on a ranked team in No. 7 Florida.

Coach Cal's guys were beat up and bruised against Auburn in a physical battle at Rupp Arena versus the Tigers on Saturday.

As for Tuesday's game with the Gators?  Cal expects to see more of the same from Florida in Gainseville.

Even without forward Will Yugete, the Gators will look to bump and grind the young Cats all night just like every body else has this season.

More on the 'Blitzkrieg' the Cats should expect in the attached video.

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