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Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
I guess the ole pre-game speech and "One Shining Moment" montage isn't even enough to get players ready for the big game. Kentucky’s John Calipari apparently needed something more effective to motivate his team...

Brett Dawson
Calipari on a roll today. Says at one point he got wheeled into practice in a casket, popped out and said, "We ain't dead yet, boys!"
11:13 AM - 1 Apr 2014
Well, they're not dead yet. Final Four starts Saturday.
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Spaulding Smails - 20 months ago
Oh...I thought it was symbolic of the NCAA Death Penalty that is looming over Kentucky in the near future
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