Effort Smashes Talent

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 11/22/2013 7:10 pm
Coach Cal says he's coaching too hard, his team has to give more effort and things just aren't where they need to be right now.

But, as you can imagine, Cal likes his guys.

The lesson the Cats must learn moving forward...hopefully before Cleveland State on Monday at 7 o'clock at Rupp...effort smashes talent every time in the basketball version of paper, rock scissors.

It's that effort level this talented group just isn't accustomed to right now, but Cal knows his team will start giving its best every day, because he's not going to change his coaching style and let them mope around.

Hear from Cal in the video.

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