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Kentucky got beat soundly again today, by a double digit loss Arkansas.
They have also gotten beaten soundly by teams like Notre Dame, destroyed by Tennessee, Arkansas today, Baylor, Texas A and M and Florida. Beaten double digit soundly.
Look at their schedule, very few RPI top 30 type wins, and they probably lose to Florida again next week and end the season like 22-10. Do not see them winning the SEC title either, for loss #11.
My opinion, Kentucky is NIT bound baby, as Vitale would say.
This post was edited by ohiost83 16 months ago
Moved to first four out tonight on Lunardi's bracketology after being last four in before today's loss. I hope they are NIT bound.
Bubble right now. Could go either way but they lose a little from wins with Noel Vince he won't be back. That is figured in. If they go 1-1 then they can make it with good tournament. If they lose Georgia and Florida they are out
I agree. They are not beating Florida next week, and that should be another double digit beat down. Florida should soundly beat them again, and that will be another lopsided loss.
Lots of ugly losses, very few impressive wins. Weak SEC conference.
Probably another loss coming somewhere in the SEC tourney.
The NCAA follows their rules, and UK has double digits losses, very few big RPI wins, lots of ugly losses and a team skidding to the finish, they should not get in with all the good teams and other elite conferences this year.
The SEC is below average to begin with, not a big RPI power conference for sure.
NIT...and they won't win that hopefully!!
You nailed it. They haven't beaten anyone of note and the SEC outside of Florida is terrible. Hope Florida drills them hard. Pounce on them now while they are "down" with 5 Mcdonald's all americans lined up for next year. Cal just reloads the one and dones.
This is NOT the best team that money can buy as we're accustomed to seeing in Lexington. Calpari caught with his pants down trying to mold five new faces together each and every year. Basketball doesn't work like that. Last year was an aberration with a once in a decade player in unibrow. Rooting with everything inside of me for them to get shut out from the big dance.
This post was edited by MannekenPis 16 months ago
NIT... but next year watch out! The class they are bringing in plus keeping some elite guys from this year's team means they should be back to being dominate.."unfortunately". I HATE them but Calipari can bring in talent like no other plus Kentucky sells itself. Don't think he is a great coach but its not hard to win when you have 4 or 5 of the top 20 prospects coming in!
Who's Zead..Zeads dead baby.
he wouldn't let his players pose in the Playboy All-American magazine edition, he said, "Cause you can't play football with an erection."
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I want them in and I want them to get knocked out of the tournament by my Buckeyes. My wife has family in northern Kentucky and they are all UK fans. Without any provocation, they all hate Ohio State and cheer for scUM in The Game and they root for the SEC as a whole. They are the epitome of everything that is wrong with this world. I'm still pissed about their team edging ours out two years ago when we seemed to be on a collision course for a NC. Watching my Buckeyes facefuck and destroy their shitty team would be the wettest dream come true I've ever had. Pardon the nastiness of my post-- I hate UK!
Columbus 'Til I Die.
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