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Cal Still Coaching

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Updated: 2/18/2013 7:30 pm
The basketball Cats are once again out of the top 25, as expected following drubbings on the road to Florida and Tennessee last week.

But on today's SEC coaches teleconference, Cal remained positive about his group of guys.  A group he said on Saturday has some uncoachable personalities but then retracted on Sunday, saying he's just trying to figure out some way to get them motivated to compete.  To play harder.  And to win.

Which all Solid Blue fans hope happens soon.

Because time is running out on Kentucky's season.

More from Cal on his coaching and life after Noel in the attached video.

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