Cal Wants Cats Focused On Moment

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Updated: 2/23/2013 7:41 pm
The Cats are on the outside looking in.  Do or die time for UK's hopes of making it to the NCAA tournament.

But that doesn't have Coach Cal worried about tonight's big game against Missouri or beyond.

In fact, Cal just wants his guys to stay loose, which dodgeball seemed to have fixed pre-Vanderbilt, and continue to improve.

Something that seems so simple, but has plagued the team from day one of the season.

The main thing for the Cats right now?  Just play your game.

Don't be King Kong and take over by yourself.

Work on executing the little things and all will be well come tip-time every night.

Hear from Cal in the attached video.
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