Cal Speaks On 2013

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Updated: 6/24/2013 11:59 pm
Coach Cal, along with the other sec basketball coaches speaking via teleconference earlier.

The UK coach giving updates on the status of his 2013 bunch - which is still, at this juncture, minus three members - texas twins Aaron and Andrew harrison and forward James Young.

Due to differeing school year lengths, the freshmen not able to make it to campus until this weekend.

Cal also harking back to the long ago days of ... 2010, his first year. Saying the 2013 team reminds him of that squad. Saying quote:

I compare this team more to our team my first year than i compare them to the 2012 team ...

It's a team that can physically do things - athletically, physically skill wise - to beat teams even though they're not the greatest execution team."
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