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He's Waiting ...

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Updated: 2/09 9:37 pm
Mere months ago - visions of a perfect 40-0 season danced in the head of John Calipari.

Now, he'd be happy with perfect a 40 minutes.

Kentucky clawing its way to another victory against Mississippi State Saturday in Starkville.

The ten-point victory not earning a perfect 10 from the Italian judge, John Calipari.

Still poking, prodding and pushing Kentucky to give maximum effort.

Cal saying the Cats continuing to be consistently inconsistent.
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