Alabama Crimson Tide at Kentucky Wildcats: Live Game Thread

Kevin C. Cox

Tonight, we say goodbye to our seniors, and welcome the Alabama Crimson Tide to Rupp Arena.

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Tonight, we say goodbye to Jon Hood and Jarrod Polson as they suit up for the last time as Kentucky Wildcats in a college basketball game. Both these young men epitomize what it means to be a Kentucky basketball player, and fittingly enough, both are from the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Let us not forget them.

It's time for Kentucky to get back on a winning streak. To do that, they must:

  • Defend Trevor Relford — Releford is the guy that makes Alabama go, and Kentucky can't afford to let him have a big game.

  • Make layups — This needs no exposition, but Kentucky has been having an unseemly amount of trouble making them lately.

  • Let go of the last two losses — Time is too short to dwell on the past.

  • Continue to attack the rim, but look for open shooters — Kentucky is good at attacking the rim, but they must be willing to give up the ball.

  • Dominate the offensive glass — This is always a winning plan.

  • Make free throws — No exposition necessary.

Go, 'Cats, and congratulations to Jon and Jarrod. You guys have been great to watch, and great to have on the Kentucky team.

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