"I Thought They Had The Talent"

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 5/02/2013 7:22 pm
Yesterday Solid Blue fans got to hear Kentucky will have a shot at redemption...against Robert Morris.

That first round NIT loss still lingering around.

The Cats and Colonials will meet next season at Rupp Arena...where a whole new type of team is coming in to accentuate the positives from last year and allow a guy like Kyle Wiltjer to go back to being a sharp-shooting pro.

Swagger should be back.  Maybe that's what was wrong last year.

There wasn't that walk...the trash talk...only after UK was beaten did it show fight.

Archie Goodwin being one of those guys.  Ryan Harrow did some talking against Lipscomb, but after the SEC Tournament, cried in the locker room.

So what was wrong with the Cats? 

A four-year player in Lexington now in the NBA says he doesn't know and can't believe UK didn't make the tourney...but expects it to turn around next year.

Darius Miller's disbelief in the video.

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