Wildcats Missing 'Will To Win?'

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 1/13/2013 6:49 pm
Kentucky fell to 10-5 on the season on Saturday after Texas A&M beat up the Cats 83-71 at Rupp Arena.

Leaving many Solid Blue fans to wonder what's wrong with UK?  And can it be fixed?

One thing the Aggies noticed about at least a few Cats...bad body language during Texas A&M runs that seemingly drained the Wildcats 'will to win'...and drained the hopes of a late comeback after leading by four, 62-58 late in the second half.

Check out the video to hear from Elston Turner (40 points against the Cats) and Coach Cal on UK's need to shape up on the court.

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