UK Hoops Six Feet Under

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 10/23/2012 7:07 pm
The UK Hoops team is coming off a 28-7 season and an Elite 8 appearance.  The program's second Elite 8 since the arrival of Matthew Mitchell.

This season, the preseason SEC favorite is being talked about as a potential Final Four contender.

The key word being 'potential.'

Ask coach Mitchell and his players what they think about their chances of getting over the hump and reaching the Final Four, and you get some funny stuff from one half of the crowd.

Check out the video for more from Mitchell on his team being six feet under.  Everything else is up to hard work.
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