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Cal Not To Blame For Season

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 1/26/2013 12:20 am
John Calipari's got problems.

Mainly, his guys aren't buying into his system, and that has them likely on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament.

The Cats are 12-6, 3-2 in SEC play and are still searching for how to make things right.

Yesterday, Coach Cal took the blame for the team's poor play this season, but today, his players said the record doesn't have anything to do with their head coach.

Meanwhile, Cal is trying yet another new idea to turn things around.

This time, channeling his inner John Wooden.

Check out the video to hear from Cal and Julius Mays on making the tourney and who is to blame for the lack of wins this year.

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