Coach Cal Goes To Washington

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 2/07/2013 12:28 am
Kentucky Head Basketball Coach John Calipari spent part of Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.

Calipari was in Washington, D.C., to watch former Wildcat John Wall and his Washington Wizards take on the New York Knicks.

Earlier in the day Calipari met with some of Kentucky's Congressional delegation, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and other U.S. House and Senate leaders.

Coach Cal presented Senator McConnell with a piece of the national championship floor from New Orleans last season.

On Thursday, Calipari will accompany Congressman Hal Rogers, of Somerset, to the National Prayer Breakfast, which will feature President Barack Obama.

For more on Coach Cal's trip and to see some photos, click here.
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