Cats Can Get Dirty

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 12/27/2013 11:18 pm
Just hours now until the Cats and Cards tip off at Rupp Arena.

Tomorrow at 4, Lexington will rock as Rick Pitino brings his boys back into the most hostile confines they'll face this season, right here in the Commonwealth.

Coach Cal and company have yet to beat a ranked team and will try to make a statement against the Cards.

But it won't be easy.  It never is.  And sometimes, who are we kidding, every time, this game gets nasty quick.

Think back to Cal's first season at UK.  Physical, intense play for 40 minutes.  Something Kentucky has yet to show it can do this season.

But if there was ever a time to do it, it's now.

Hear from Cal and Dominique Hawkins on how dirty UK can be, if it needs to be, in the video.

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