ESPN College Gameday Comes To Rupp

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Updated: 2/16 11:50 pm
        ESPN College Gameday this morning at Rupp Arena. Plenty of rowdy Solid Blue fans up early for this one to see Coach Cal and four guys sit around and talk hoops.

        Cal - getting his nose powdered before fielding the hard-hitting questions from the panel of Rece Davis, Jay Williams, Digger Phelps and Jay Bilas.
 
        None of those will be as tough as preparing his team for tonight's big finale in primetime against Florida.

        So what do those national analysts think about UK's chances against the Gators?

        Click the video for sound from the ESPN analysts ...

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