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A few notes before I officially leave corporate world…
— Cal met with the media today to discuss yesterday’s loss to Notre Dame and tomorrow’s game against Baylor. Cal echoed much of what we’ve heard from him this season, that his team is simply a “November basketball team” right now. When asked about the quick turnaround between games, he said he wishes he had nine days to correct the issues from last night but “we don’t.”
— Cal said that besides Duke, Kentucky has had the toughest schedule in the country thus far, which makes things even tougher when you’re playing so many freshman. But, even though they’re freshmen, they need to learn that–say it with me–we are everybody’s Super Bowl. To reinforce that, Cal “almost wanted them to stay on the court and watch them rush it. To make them understand, this is every road game.”
— Last night, you could see how tired Cal was on the sidelines. At times, he looked defeated. “It’s not easy coaching a bunch of young guys again. They knew it. I knew it. We’re going to lose some games.”
— If you found yourself asking where the passion was in this team, you weren’t alone. Cal said the priority for this team right now is developing “a will to win and a competitive spirit.” #WWMKGD?
— That lack of competitive spirit makes it tough to evaluate how the team’s actually doing: “Is the pick-and-roll defense bad or did you just not compete?”
— After the game, Julius Mays said the team looked “shell-shocked” on the road. Cal’s response? “You’re shell-shocked? You came to Kentucky.”
— To end on a good note, let’s make fun of Tennessee. We found out today that according to his agent, Jon Gruden never had interest in the Tennessee job and that reports of interest came from a “fantasy world.” Ouch.
— On today’s show, Ryan and Matt (via phone) discussed the loss, where the Cats go from here, and things to do in South Bend.