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Is back! They are dominating a very weak Vanderbilt team but they look good doing it. Harrow is ver very nice player who keeps getting better. Noel blocks everything and Archie can score when he wants to. If A Poythress comes around this team will make a Final Four run yet again. Our game vs UK should be epic. I hope we aren't timid or intimidated like we were last regular season! Go Gators!
Well Vanderbilt cut it to 11 at the half....
They aren't a final four team
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I second what I said earlier... over 7:30 without a FG
Looking pretty darn prophetic at the moment. Good to see you posting more, welcome to the site. If you ever need anything or think we can do something better, please let Luke or me know!
Hard to believe a call missed that badly, Kentucky does not deserve this victory
Yeah, that was pretty sh*tty
What happened buddy ? I didn't watch the game
Awful, awful call that totally changes everything at the end of the game. And the fact that a call like that isn't even reviewable is even more inexcusable.
With UK up 3 with the ball and 17 seconds left on the clock, Noel got the ball down low and couldn't get the shot off before the shot clock expired but the officials let it go without a review. Vandy then proceeded to go down and knock down a three that would have tied the game had the call been correct. The review clearly showed it took Noel almost an entire second to release the shot after the clock expired.
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It was plain as day in real-time, I was yelling at the TV as it happened in real-time. Inexcusable missed call, even more inexcusable that it wasn't reviewable.
Kentucky might not even make the tournament this season.
Dang. It may not matter in SEC race, but I'd rather be up a game on UK. It looks like UK got some help tonight!
They do a real solid job disappearing for large sums of time on the court. It really showed tonight against the Vandy team that was arguably set further back than Kentucky after last year.
Bingo. Neither of these teams will have less than six conference losses this year.
The question is: would a 20-11 (11-7) Kentucky team make the tournament based on name alone? Their RPI would probably be hovering in the 50s and their best wins would probably be over Maryland and whoever they can beat in conference (UF and Missouri would be the only real quality wins, but Ole Miss would be decent as well). Sounds like an NIT team to me, but we'll see.
Fact: Tonight was Kentucky's 2nd win vs. a team ranked in the top 200 of the RPI. That says so much.
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