Football Cats Need to Check Egos

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 4/05/2012 7:11 pm
As the UK basketball team garners national attention as NCAA champs, Joker Phillips' Cats are trying to find some talent to compete this fall.

One of the big things Joker says could help his team is learning from the hardwood counterparts.  He notes Cal's Cats checked their egos at the door and played together as one...and if Joker can get his team to do that, they might just make waves once again in the SEC.
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corbin1928 - 4/5/2012 9:08 PM
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What????? Football cats need to check their egos?????? How can you have an ego when you are on a team that finished about 118th in the nation last year in about every category, and will still be rated that low after the 2012 season. Don`t you know that being ranked 118th does not mean the team is 117 times better than Number one? Get real.
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