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January 19, 2013

Kentucky Gets It Done On The Plains, Finally Blow A Team Out

by @ 11:09 pm. Filed under All Cats Everything

Kentucky 75 – Auburn 53

If you listened to the KSR pregame show today there was a good amount of fear within the hearts of Big Blue Nation. The Cats had struggled mightily on the road this year and would be without Willie Cauley-Stein for the forseeable future. But the Cats answered the call and played perhaps their most complete game of the year.

Once again the Cats were lead by Kyle Wiltjer who was transformed over the past two games. Wiltjer even took the elusive triple-double to dinner and a movie but failed to seal the deal he finished with 17 points, 6 rebounds, and 5 great assists. Kyle played great but for the first time this year you can’t single out a guy as playing bad. 5 guys got into double figures and the only Cat who didn’t score was Jon Hood who only played limited minutes.


The Cats take on Alabama Tuesday and hopefully can keep this momentum rolling.

One Response to “Kentucky Gets It Done On The Plains, Finally Blow A Team Out”

  1. kentuckyjoe Says:

    I loved everything but there was one exception. I didn’t like Charles Barkley running his big yap for such a long time. It seems like ESPN always brings in some old has been to pontificate and reminisce for long stretches while the game is going on. My recommendation – get a comment or two from these blowhards at halftime and get them outta there.

    I wish Tuesday would hurry up and get here.

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