Cal Likes Iron City Brew & Shot

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Updated: 2/02/2013 12:07 am
The last time Kentucky took on Texas A&M, the Cats lost their first SEC home game in the Calipari era...thanks to Elston Turner's 40-point performance.

So how did UK let it happen? 

What was the gameplan early on and what went wrong? 

Well for one, Alex Poythress guarded Turner too long in the first match-up according to Cal.

A mistake Coach says he won't make again on the road tomorrow evening.

And then there's the fact Turner pumped up his 'beer muscles.'

Check out the video to hear from Cal on what 'beer muscles' are and his favorite type of drink from Pittsburgh.


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