No Wiggins? No Problem For Cal

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Updated: 5/15/2013 7:29 pm
Yesterday, Andrew Wiggins threw some folks for a loop when he picked the Kansas Jayhawks over Florida State and Kentucky.

But Coach Cal wasn't shaken by the young man's selection like some Solid Blue fans out there.

Cal knows he's got a great group of talent.

UK's class is still ranked the best in the land.

That group will be coming to Lexington shortly, and Cal likes what he has just fine without Wiggins.

“I’m as confident before and after his decision, and I wish him well. He’s a great kid, and he’s going to be a terrific basketball player. It didn’t change me any. I was confident in this team and the group that we had before and after.”


Hear Cal in the attached video on life without Wiggins.
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