Cats Cried In Locker Room After Loss

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 11/13/2013 7:03 pm
No more talk of 40-0 for John Calipari's Cats this season after the 4-point loss to Michigan State Tuesday...but it very well could be UK's only loss this season if the Cats learned from the first half mistakes.

Poor free throw shooting has to change, something Coach Cal said he expects to see after a devastating defeat for some of the young Cats who really felt the loss.

The pain is easy to see.

These guys love basketball and the silly errors made early and then again during the comeback will be ironed out, because this team is too talented and cares too much to let it happen again.

Hear from Coach Cal on his team's crying after the loss in the video.

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