Cats Can't Listen

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 2/19/2013 7:07 pm
All season long Coach Cal has preached to the media and Solid Blue fans that his team has trouble listening. 

Early on it was hard to spot by most.

But now it's clearly evident.

The problem the Cats have?  Failure to correct old, bad habits and change when asked by Cal.

Their timidity in the current atmosphere and situation makes Cal think this may be too grand a stage for his young team.

In fact, it's so bad, Cal's not sure what else to do really.

Because he's thrown everything at the wall, and nothing has stuck.

More in the video from Cal on why his guys aren't listening.
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