The Kentucky Wildcats’ basketball schedule for the 2021-2022 season is starting to take some shape, and it’s becoming clear this group of Cats will be tested in the non-conference slate.
With the news that Kentucky will play Kansas in the SEC-Big 12 Challenge, that means Kentucky’s non-conference slate will include Duke, North Carolina, Kansas, Louisville, Michigan, and Notre Dame.
That’s quite the list, which also includes matchups against Albany and North Florida.
The rest of the non-conference will likely be filled out with mid-majors, but the non-conference shouldn’t be lacking too much in marquee games.
What do you all think of the non-conference schedule as it begins to take shape?
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