Cats Must Learn & Accept Ownership For Mistakes

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 12/18/2013 12:31 am
Coach Cal and company have another big test this Saturday as Belmont comes to town.

The same Bruins that took care of North Carolina in the Dean Dome...a feat UK could not complete last weekend.

Granted it's the same Belmont that lost by 13 at South Dakota State...so you never know until tip-off.

Bottom line though for the Cats, they gotta start learning from their mistakes, and start getting better...or it'll be a tough road to hoe ahead as the schedule continues to pack punches through December into the conference slate.

Hear from James Young and Cal in the video.
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