Time Running Out On Cats

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 3/06/2013 8:03 pm
The Cats are still in ESPN's first four out category even after other bubble teams took nose dives last night.

But UK did get some help and should move up at least one spot closer to the cusp of making it back in.

A loss now would set back Kentucky even more so than before.

Once again UK is on the road.  This time a trip to Athens, Georgia where the Dogs have won two straight and 4 of their last five.

Kentucky wasn't bad on the road before their last three away from Rupp Arena...all losses...including last weekend's 73-60 defeat at Arkansas and the 30-point beating in Knoxville.

Time is running out on the Cats if they are going to make this season a success.

And the team needs to beat Georgia to get back on track.

More from Coach Cal in the video.
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