Investing For Success

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Updated: 1/14 7:10 pm
Kentucky and Arkansas tip off at 9 eastern on ESPN down in Fayetteville.  A lot is being made of the Cats being just one-point favorites on the road tonight versus Arkansas.

Bud Walton Arena is never an easy place to play whether the Hogs have a quality team or not.

This year, Arkansas has shown it can ball.  Taking Florida to overtime last weekend.

The answer for the Cats to get over the hump and win not only tonight but moving forward in tough environments?  Investing for success.  Cal has an example of who his team might want to start taking after from his days at Memphis.  Tyreke Evans.

Hear from Cal on why he hopes his team will take that leap in the video.

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