Cal Needs Elston Turners

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Updated: 1/14/2013 7:28 pm
The 83-71 loss to Texas A&M back on Saturday didn't seem like a 12-point defeat.

After all, the deficit was just single-digits before two careless turnovers in the final moments at Rupp Arena.

But the main sticking point for Cal and company from the game was Elston Turner's 40-point night.

A feat few have ever achieved against the Cats at home and something Cal says his guys can look to for guidance on how to play beyond themselves and reach their full potential.

Check out the video to hear from Coach Cal himself on what he hopes his players take from the Turner performance.

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