Cal Pleased...But Goodwin Can't Play 'D'

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 2/03/2013 7:31 pm
Coach Cal and company were looking for redemption in Texas Saturday night.

And even though UK started well, it had a few relapses of old bad habits.

Things Solid Blue fans thought were fixed, but clearly haven't been completely altered.

A few bright spots included the play of Nerlens Noel, who stepped up offensively and scored 8 of the Cats first ten points on his way to a double-double (19 points, 14 rebounds).

And then there was the defensive effort Julius Mays gave UK on Elston Turner in addition to his 19 points.

Long story short, Cal's happy with the win, and Archie Goodwin can't play defense on Turner.

Check out just how bad Cal thinks Archie's 'D' on the man who dropped 40 points back on January 12th was in the rematch in the attached video.
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