Cats Need A Great Game

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Updated: 2/20/2013 7:26 pm
The Cats have experienced both highs and lows over the season.

The pageantry of Big Blue Madness, ESPNs 'All-Access Kentucky,' and the like were the peaks.

But what about those valleys?

Ryan Harrow's mysterious illness sidelined the sophomore guard for several games early in the year.  Then there was Willie Cauley-Stein's knee injury and rehab. which sat him out for multiple match-ups.

And of course now, Nerlens Noel's season-ending torn ACL has Solid Blue fans and basketball gurus questioning what this team can do.

So, what does Cal think his guys have in them going forward?

Answer in the video.

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