Wins & Losses Won't Define Cats

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 1/21/2013 7:00 pm
Kentucky looked better against Auburn than in the past few games.

That performance has Solid Blue fans feeling a little more optimistic about the season.  And has Coach Cal feeling a little better about the year going forward too.

One piece of bad news for the Cats, freshman big-man Willie Cauley-Stein, who didn"t make the trip to Auburn over the weekend, will likely miss the game with Alabama tomorrow night to receive extra rehab on his injured knee.

The good news?

This team is starting to come together and play to its potential.  At least, play harder than it has before and that has Cal happy and excited going forward this season.

Check out the video to hear what Cal thinks will define this year's team in the future.

And it's not wins and losses.
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