Cats Needed The Cards

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Updated: 12/31/2013 7:28 pm
The big game last weekend for Kentucky at Rupp Arena was big for a lot of reasons we've been talking about since the victory over Louisville.

Most importantly, the Cats didn't turn the ball over a bunch.  Just 11 freebies for the Cards while UK forced 13 turnovers.  8 assists for both clubs and a good job by the Cats not allowing the Cards to get out and use their speed.  Just 10 fast break points for UofL.

Overall, a great job by UK against a great team according to Coach Cal.

More from Cal in the video.

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