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Could Cats Beat Cards Again?

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 12/30/2013 6:52 pm
The basketball Cats are starting to get it. 

Saturday, UK finally put the pieces together for a full 40 minutes to pull off a big win over a ranked opponent for the first time this season.

And did so without Julius Randle in the second half thanks to cramping.

Pretty impressive for a group that failed to work it for a full 40 against Michigan State, Baylor and North Carolina.

That being said, could the Cats beat the Cards again?  Say, the Final Four like 2012?  What happens if the two were to play once more?  And how good is Kentucky after the win?

Cal on that in the video.

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