Solid Blue Fans Look Ahead

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Updated: 3/11/2012 10:37 pm
     It was another nail-biter between Kentucky and Vandy.  Solid Blue fans were on the edge of their seats at Drake's, the SEC Tournament Headquarters and those fans left disappointed.  It wasn't the ending Solid Blue fans had hoped for, as the Commodores handed the Cats only their second loss of the season in Sunday's SEC final.

     "I was sad because we didn't win and I that we could've done better and we should have made our free throws," says Kyle Lieb.

     "I thought that we didn't play with the intensity to match theirs.  Vanderbilt came out like everyone else, it's their Final Four, their NCAA Championship, when you okay against Kentucky, the #1 team and we didn't come out with the same intensity they did," comments Bob Henry.

     Solid Blue fans are setting their sights on the Big Dance.

     "I think that we should blow by everybody and hope that Duke loses in the first game.  I think we're going to go all the way if Coach Cal coaches right," explains Lieb.

     And many think this loss, will do them some good.

     "I intend for them to win it all.  I really think that they will.  I think they'll learn a lot from today and Davis being pushed around underneath, those kinds of things.  I think they learned a lot," says Henry.

     Now, the Cats look ahead to the NCAA Tournament, to try to bring home #8.
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