It's typical coach talk—especially when their team is playing against a lesser opponent.
Play your game and don't let this team hang around. Don't play down to their talent.
Lately, Ryan Harrow has the problem of falling into this trap. When it comes to big games, Harrow is known for showing up, but in games against teams like Texas A&M, he just isn't there, and the game goes into overtime.
Instead of dominating the game against a lesser opponent and having a strong game, he finished with just eight points and had five turnovers.
In comparison, against Kentucky's win against then-No. 16 Ole Miss, Harrow put up 13 points and only committed two turnovers.
Harrow needs to cut this trend out, especially with the remaining schedule for Kentucky. With only three games left against ranked teams, two against Florida and at home against Missouri, there will be a chance for Kentucky to make a run on wins.
This will only happen if Harrow stops being Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. He needs to be the player he is expected to be, a top-20 player coming out of high school.