UK Needs Swag Back

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 1/28/2013 6:57 pm
The basketball Cats look a lot different this season than the makeup of last year's team...and not just the names on the backs of jerseys.

It's an attitude that's missing this year according to Coach Cal.

Kentucky isn't what it was the past three seasons.

It's passive and keeps its cool throughout games.

That's bad in Cal's mind.  He wants his Cats to lose their composure, to let go, to trash talk when trash talked, to get angry for once and beat a team down.

Because right now it's just missing from their mindset in almost every game...and it's costing them wins and progress both on and off the floor.

Check out the video to hear from Cal on how the Cats can get their swag back.

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