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By LARRY VAUGHT
Louisville had barely won the national title when columnist Paul Klee (@Klee_Gazette) of the gazette.com in Colorado Springs was already writing about Kentucky’s 2013-14 season and projecting UK as the 2014 national champion.
He noted that this past season how”disinterested and disorganized and discombobulated the Wildcats often appeared,” something he wasn’t used to seeing from a John Calipari team.
He concludes his post with this — “One thing’s certain: The best team in college basketball won the title. Barring major injury or other jarring development, that team in 2013-14 will be Kentucky.“