After Kentucky won its eighth National Championship, Cal was already looking ahead to the next brass ring: an undefeated season. His best chance may come with next year’s squad, which includes what many are calling the best recruiting class ever, one capable of achieving a perfect record and the school’s ninth National Championship. During the SEC teleconference this morning, Cal was asked if he thought an undefeated season was attainable:
“I hope so, and I hope it’s us, but it’s a very difficult thing. One, you have to have a talented team. Two, you have to have veterans. Three, they have to be a mental tough team that’s really in tune with each other. In other words, they have to buy in.”
Cal used last year’s team as an example of what happens if you can get all three of those ingredients together, but it took the loss at Indiana, that squad’s “crisis,” to get everyone (okay, Terrence Jones) fully on board.
Is it possible for a team to buy in without going through a crisis? I can’t wait to find out.
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