It feels like every year we look up and ask ourselves where has this college basketball season gone? Thankfully for Kentucky, they indeed sit atop the Southeastern Conference standings and control their own destiny to win the conference’s regular season.
The Wildcats only have four games remaining on their schedule and hold a two-game lead on both Auburn and LSU. If Kentucky can handle their business against Auburn on Saturday and manage to win three of their four remaining games, they’ll insert themselves as the first-seed in the SEC Tournament.
It’s indeed been a long season, though Kentucky’s triumphant win over Michigan State to begin the year seems like yesterday. Their mid-season crisis was a bit of a headache, but that comes with new pieces trying to find their niche with the program.
With arguably the two leading candidates for SEC Player of the Year, Kentucky appears to be moving along close to full force. As this season of college basketball has been such a toss-up each week, this could very well be the year for the Wildcats to bring Number Nine back to Rupp Arena’s rafters.
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