The Kentucky Wildcats take the floor against a winless Monmouth Hawks team tonight in a game that, on paper, should fare well for the Wildcats.
The Hawks have struggled out of the gates mightily, losing their first seven games, six of them by double digits. They don’t shoot the ball exceptionally well from the perimeter as a team, which has been a Kentucky weakness, so that also bodes well for Kentucky.
If Kentucky plays to their potential, this should be a game in which the Wildcats hold a commanding lead throughout the game and never give Monmouth a chance to be in the game. This has the potential to be the type of game fans have wanted to see from this Kentucky team in which they just go out and dominate an opponent.
However, it will come down to how Kentucky shows up to play tonight. Game tips off at 8:30 p.m. ET on the SEC Network.
Tweets of the Day
It’s possible the long-sensible @CFBPlayoff committee has made its most senseless ranking to date with Florida (9-3) at No. 9 with Kentucky (9-3 with win at Florida) at No. 15, and the chairman’s “body of work” argument fizzles when one checks body of work. Body of brand name?— Chuck Culpepper (@ChuckCulpepper1) November 28, 2018
We’re all still shaking our head at that one.
Congratulations to Tubby Smith on winning his 600th career game. He had more than a few memorable Ws here. This was obviously one of our favorites. pic.twitter.com/oCRdFn9FOh— Kentucky Basketball (@KentuckyMBB) November 27, 2018
Big congrats to Tubby Smith!
And PJ Washington thinks the team will get better defensively with more experience.
One UK beat writer thinks John Calipari has a messaging problem.
We all want to see this team having fun on the court.
Matthew Mitchell’s squad will face a big test from Morehead State today.
A look back at a fantastic regular season for the Wildcats.
I have to admit, I like the chrome helmets Kentucky wore Saturday more and more.
Some good info about Hurt, who is visiting UK this weekend.
WDRB obtained a copy of the interview between McGee and Chuck Smrt from September 2015.
Despite a Tuesday meeting with Tyra and Brohm, there is still nothing certain.
He also throws a slight jab at the referees for not calling fouls late in the Gonzaga game. Of course..
Vick loves the young QB, but is concerned about the hits he is taking (and will be taking) in the NFL.
If Georgia were to beat Alabama on Saturday, the committee would have big decisions on their hands.
Booker hopes Phoenix can draw major free agents and a team can be built in the desert.
Tiger said he exceeded his own expectations but wore himself out in the process.