Media Making Too Much Of Cal's Comments?

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 2/19/2013 7:29 pm
Coach Cal's tried everything imaginable this season.  He's made it abundantly clear to his guys, change is necessary.

But it also appears that plea is falling on deaf ears.

What may be surprising to some Solid Blue fans, and non-fans for that matter, Coach Cal doesn't think this team is any worse off than others he's coached in the past.

It's the same as it ever was to a degree.  But now with all eyes, and ears, turned toward the defending national champs and their dwindling hopes of making the NCAA tourney without Nerlens Noel, it's amplified by us in the media.

At least, that's Cal's take.

More from President Calipari and what that means in the video.
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