Cats Need To Clean It Up

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 12/18/2013 12:25 am
Coach Cal had a minor medical procedure yesterday.  Leaving assistant Kenny Payne to take care of the coach's call-in show last night.  No worries though, it was a previously scheduled procedure and while Cal can't drive or move around a lot, he's doing fine.  He even attended son Brad's game Tuesday night at LCA vs. Dunbar.

As far as the Cats themselves, Kentucky could clean it up a bit on the court.

No need for panic Solid Blue fans, but this team has some playground problems.

Guys not taking ownership of mistakes and not going all out when the game is tied, not coming to the ball, not making a crisp pass...it's all unacceptable.

Hear from Cal in the video.
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