Cal Surprised By Better Play

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Updated: 1/21/2013 7:06 pm
The basketball Cats did something last Saturday against Auburn they hadn't done yet this season...surprise Cal with their play.  In a good way.

UK whomped and whooped up on the Tigers once things started to click in the second half.

And most importantly, the Cats did it without freshman big-man Willie Cauley-Stein who stayed home in Lexington for treatment on his injured knee and likely will do the same Tuesday when the team makes the trip to Alabama for a nine o'clock tip.

So what's Cal's take on the new-found fire in the bellies of his guys? 

Well, it's what you'd expect if you've heard him talk about players all season long.

Check out the video for more.
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