Cal Filling Minds To Keep Filler Out

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 12/20/2013 12:21 am
The basketball Cats are young.  They make mistakes.  And they don't always do the right thing on the court.

But Cal knows his bunch can win.  It just has to figure out that he's always right...and everyone else is wrong.

UK jogs through big plays.  Tie games don't seem to have any more importance than blowouts.  Cal's message to his team right now isn't directly about either of those things.

Pre-and-post practice, Cal will pound into their brains what he wants them to know...and it's for a different reason than you may think.

Why Cal is trying to fill his players' minds to keep outside influences from adding too much filler, in the video.

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