Cats focusing on Themselves

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 3/13/2013 1:00 am
Coach Cal's Cats are having a great day. Nerlens Noel was named the SEC Defensive player of the year. As well as the freshman of the year, and a first-team all-sec freshman selection. Bad news, he's out for the rest of the season. Leaving Willie Cauley-Stein to pick up the slack...

Cauley-Stein had his own mishap earlier this year. Sitting out several games with a knee injury, so he knows the feeling.

But there"s still dissent among the team. Not everyone trusts one another.

Namely, Cauley-Stein isn't sold everyone has bought in. Kyle Wiltjer meanwhile thinks the team still has to focus on itself. Still get Kentucky right before worrying about who they play.
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SS Cmmdr Raus - 3/13/2013 3:41 AM
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I think they will have to walk out on the court with hatchets and chop up the other team before the game begins to get tough as Cal and that guy on 27 with the KSR minute or whatever it is keeps cying about. Aint no John Woodens around anymore or the dynasty on the level of players he had. Cal got his title, may never get another. I wish them well but I won't be watching no NCAA thank you for not having the National Football championship on regular TV.
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