The Big Blue Daily Mail -- The Aftermath of Bracket Destruction

The Wildcats left nothing but wreckage in their path in the Big Easy.  The Sweet Sixteen and Cornell Big Red beckon.

  • Kentucky-Louisville: A Prime Example Of A Silly Rivalry - SB Nation

    With all due respect to Jon, this is a prime example of silly commentary:

    When pressed, fans who subscribe to the "pick a side" mentality will almost invariably tell me that I "don't get it." I don't begrudge a fan's right to hate any team they so choose, but if you hate your team's rival, you should probably ask yourself whether you "get it." Why do you hate the team you hate? Is it a decision you came to independently, or are you just toeing the line along with your fellow fans?

    Well, most Kentucky fans despise Louisville because they have the audacity to exist.  It may be silly, but it's genuine.

    Is that reason enough for ya, Rodney King?

  • Wildcats hitting their stride when it counts - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN

    Is that all right with you, DeMarcus? "

    I don’t care. I liked it when they hated us," he said. "We’re going to go play, but I love being the bad guy."

    Heh.  That's exactly the answer I would have expected from Cousins.

  • - Youth a double-edged sword for Kentucky

    Don't cancel the rest of the tournament just yet.

    As amazing as the Wildcats looked during the second round of the NCAA tournament at the Superdome, they continued a season-long trend by facing two teams that barely registered a pulse.

    This writer makes some very good points.  We have not seen this from the Wildcats this year.  Most of what we have seen is a team that has consistently failed to reach its potential and played inferior opponents close.  If the Wildcats revert to that form, dismissal becomes far more likely.

    But, oh, if they don't, this could be the most dominant team in NCAA history.

More after the jump.

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