Kentucky coach John Calipari says several good things have come from the Cats' loss to Indiana, which served as a wake up call.
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Kentucky coach John Calipari said had UK beaten Indiana, he may have buried his head in the sand and moved on without addressing any problems that arose in the game against the Hoosiers.
Calipari said several good things came from the loss, such as the will to win he saw from Marquis Teague, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Doron Lamb.
Because of what happened in Bloomington, Calipari said practices this week have been "rough house" and included more conditioning.
Calipari said that every time his team was not listening this week in practice that he stopped and then repeated what he told his team in the huddle during the final time out with 5.6 seconds left against Indiana. Coach Cal had instructed his team to foul during that time out, which his players did not do.