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January 18, 2013

Hoops Crush Mississippi State… By A Lot.

by @ 9:00 am. Filed under All Cats Everything, UK Hoops

The Hoops team absolutely destroyed the Mississippi State Bulldogs last night in what was a complete beat down.  The final score was 100-47, which is now the greatest margin of victory in a SEC game in program history.  Check out the game’s box score below, and start your friday off on the right foot!!










Rather than try to recap this game, I’m just gunna give you all my five favorite quotes from the presser. 


5.”My dad is here, and he is staying for the Auburn game.” DeNesha Stallworth on her father’s presence at the game. Awww 🙂


4. “We’re a happy group of wildcats tonight. I thought our players worked real hard tonight.” Coach Mitchell on the Hoops performance in Memorial last night.


3. “When you coach womens basketball, you don’t have to be their best friend, but if they don’t like you, they won’t play hard for you.” Coach Schaefer on why Coach Mitchell’s Hoops play so hard for him.


2. “It’s not what you do, but how you do it, that separates you.” Coach Schaefer on the hard work and hustle that it takes to build the well rounded program that Coach Mitchell has built here at Kentucky.


1. “We just jumped pretty high today.”  The number one spot is set aside for this little beauty that A’dia Mathies laid on us today when asked how the Hoops were able to get more offensive rebounds than Mississippi State got total rebounds.  Mathies always has a way with her words…



Thanks for following the Hoops team y’all!  Only 364 more days until KSRC turns 2!!! WOOHOO!!!


Next up, the Hoops will face off against Auburn Sunday at 2, here in Lexington!  Free with a student ID, and I’m buying hotdogs on deck.



2 Responses to “Hoops Crush Mississippi State… By A Lot.”

  1. Cass Says:

    364! Hopefully we can avoid the terrible twos! A great win for the ladies

  2. John Burke Says:

    Haha that number 1 quote is hilarious

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