Kentucky is .500 in the SEC

Nick Roushover 3 years


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[caption id="attachment_236399" align="alignnone" width="1785"] © Denny Medley | USATSI[/caption] Kentucky's loss at Texas A&M, their third straight, has dropped the Wildcats into the middle of the SEC standings.  Now 6-6 on the season, Kentucky is tied with four other teams for sixth place. With the top-ranked Auburn Tigers next up, things aren't looking pretty.  Since John Calipari took over, UK has never played on Thursday at the SEC Tournament.  If they don't turn things around quickly, that's probably going to change this year. [mobile_ad]

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