Cal's Success Not Going Unnoticed

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 1/06/2013 7:39 pm
Coach Cal and the Cats have had unprecedented success over the past few years in Lexington.

An Elite Eight, Final Four and National Title in the first three go-rounds for Cal at Kentucky.  Not bad.

Add in incredible talent in the form of the top recruiting classes year-in and year-out, garnering the nickname 'point guard u' by many and bringing in the top big-man in the each class as well (something that's almost gone unnoticed) and you've got the makings of the best program in the country.

That's something definitely not going unnoticed by Cal"s peers...including his latest opponent, Eastern Michigan head coach Rob Murphy...who took a 90-38 loss with him back home to Michigan last Wednesday.

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