Cal Got His Swag Back

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Updated: 10/17/2013 10:11 pm
John Calipari sounds different than last year.  He's got a certain element back that just wasn't there a year ago and for Solid Blue fans, that's a good sign.

Because Cal was missing swag last season.  His team was difficult to coach and at times, as Cal said himself, completely uncoachable.

So this season...with another top-ranked team picked to win it all by almost everyone in the media...Cal has a pep back in his step.

But as the preseason favorite, Cal needs to make sure his Cats don't peak too soon...to ensure they hold on to that number one ranking through late March, early April.

Hear from Cal in the video.

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