Cal Telling Truth, Not BS

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 1/13 7:09 pm
The truth can hurt.  Over the weekend, Coach Cal told his team the truth, after barely beating Vanderbilt 71-62, during practice when the Cats got back to Lexington Sunday.

Against a team with just 7 scholarship players and nine total available for the game, UK managed to just escape with a victory instead of pound the Commodores from the start.

Once again, this young Kentucky team lacks a sense of urgency and purpose on the court and it's all due to a lack of focus on the floor.  Something Cal addressed with his team during Sunday's time together.

Hear from Cal on telling the truth to his team and not offering up any BS in the video.

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