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Cats fall short in comeback, lose 74-65
KNOXVILLE — When his team was behind 19 points with 14 minutes to play, John Calipari figured it was going to be the perfect time for him to see how Kentucky might fare in NCAA Tournament play. That's why even though his team 74-65 to Tennessee here Saturday, the UK coach was surprisingly upbeat after the game. "Down 19, you find out who you are. What I found out is that we are not bad," said Calipari after UK lost for only the second time this season. "To shoot 2-for-22 (from 3-point range) and tie the game 65-65, that's not bad." Calipari called it a "great learning experience" for his team much like he did when the Wildcats lost at South Carolina last month. He was slightly appalled at UK's lack of overall intensity to start the game or early in the second half. However, the final 14 minutes, he had no complaints. "We did not quit. That's all you can ask as a coach," Calipari said. "We did not make open shots. We left our feet and ran...
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