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Wednesday Headlines: On to Texas Edition

Time to look ahead to the SEC-Big 12 Challenge.

NCAA Basketball: Kentucky at Alabama Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

Kentucky’s upset bid in Tuscaloosa fell short in a game that it seemed like Kentucky could’ve (and maybe should’ve) won down the stretch, but ultimately, the Cats fell 70-59.

And now, the Wildcats move forward to a matchup with the Texas Longhorns, who came into last night ranked #5 but were upset by Oklahoma 80-79.

Of course, it was a weird night for the Longhorns as Shaka Smart couldn’t coach the game due to contracting COVID-19, and the Longhorns were without two starters, as well as one of their key reserves.

The Longhorns are still among the best teams in the country, so Saturday is a tall task for this Wildcats squad.

Of course, one of the key players on this Texas roster is a former Kentucky recruit, Greg Brown. Brown is averaging about 12 points and 8 rebounds per game, to go along with 1.4 blocks.

Kentucky will be an underdog going into this game, and a win on Saturday would be huge for this team moving forward.

Tweet of the Day

Well deserved.


Calipari says Kentucky doesn’t have individual playmakers - KSR

I mean...

Cal thinks Cats can reach NCAA Tournament without SEC Tournament - Cats Pause

Ummm.. who’s gonna tell him?

Takeaways from Tuesday’s game - Herald Leader

Lack of offensive execution again.

Nobody elected to Baseball HOF - ESPN

Schilling, Bonds, and Clemens all fall short.

Predicting the NFL QB carousel - Bleacher Report

Some big names could be available.

Utah State coach not accepting buyout money - Yahoo

This is pretty odd.

Question and Answer with Anthony Davis - SI

AD reflects on Kobe, the Lakers, etc.