The Fouling Game

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Updated: 1/16 7:03 pm
Coach Cal and company hit the hardwood again on Saturday at noon as the Cats host Tennessee.

Tuesday night's game down in Fayetteville was a learning experience for these young Cats according to Cal.

A tough fought battle against an Arkansas team that not only played 40 minutes of hell, but 45 with the overtime.

Nothing was easy.  Everything was earned.  Cal was shocked at just how many free throws the Razorbacks earned though compared to other games this season against his Cats.

UK fouled Arkansas 31 times.  The Hogs committed 29 fouls against the Cats.

Kentucky shot 40 free throws on the night.  Arkansas 41.

That's 81 total points that were on the table for free.

Well, not free.  It was a physical game in which both teams earned the right to the charity stripe, but despite knowing it was going to be a physically played game...it's hard to believe it was that bad, right?

Cal and James Young in the video.


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