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Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

28 responses to “Nine Takeaways from Kentucky’s Ninth Straight Win”

  1. zoupman

    Mrs TT. Great read. Thank you.

  2. 4everUKblue

    Is he doing a line dance move?

  3. Parker_UKFanNC

    Ashton had 3 assists first half.

    1. mashburnfan1

      Ashton had 6 turnovers, that will not help his draft status. But lets move on, we beat a very bad team very badly. Good, won like we should have.
      FOOTBALL signing day. Fill out the class, pull a surprise recruit. Got an email from UK Athletics thanking me for renewing season tix and stuff. However they included a 24 minute video recap of the season they said they show recruits. It has me pumped for signing day and April 12th. Who’s Next? Come on guys, sign and be a part of what has been built. Keep it going and make us even better. A NC in football? Why not. UK CAN win at football, help us continue to do so.

    2. bigbluebanana

      Mash, like clockwork, you show up and say this stuff. Someone another thread predicted exactly what you’d say.

      Also, are you a season ticket holder? Been meaning to ask you, but don’t want to put you on the spot having to talk about your season tix publicly here. So if you get a second, will you please remind us all that you have season tix?

    3. BigolBlue

      I kinda think Ashton has regressed

    4. IrishCat

      Next time we talk about take aways, can we take Bigol and Mashfan away from their keyboards? Permanently???

    5. catsarerunnin

      So has your intelligence.

    6. 4everUKblue

      To be fair mash is a season tickets holder, which makes him a UK fan in his mind, so there’s that.

    7. 4everUKblue

      Irish, what fun would a circus be without some clowns? Where would the laughs come from if not for BigolSlaterMedic and his daddy, Mashburn?

    8. bigblue2284

      Come on BigOleBlue if you won’t admit ball movement and breaking down zone defense has improved your just trolling. When I watch them now I can see ball movement resulting in much better shots than before and Ashton owns a big part of that change.

    9. Skooms

      Mashburnfan = blah, blah, blah, season ticket holder so shut up, blah, blah, I’d lick Pitinos feet after Porcinis, blah, Wilson sucks, blah, blah, Cal meeds to leave.

  4. a21CATSfan

    PJ is literally a right-handed, less athletic Julius Randle. They both drive and throw up wild shots a lot, and the team plays much better when they dish it off or kick out from time to time. Cal is tinkering with each and every players confidence. When they are all clicking is when they will be the most dangerous. Good for EJ. CATS

    1. unbridled

      I kinda want to say that P.J. might be slightly more athletic than what I rmeber Randle being.

  5. chris gettelfinger is not walking through that door

    Nick wasn’t even watching Cal dance.

  6. syrin23

    I watched Duke look incredibly average today. Zion plays terrible on the ball defense, and can’t shoot FT’s. Drive right at him, and foul him on drives. They are terrible at rebounding outside of superior size and athleticism, as smaller players routinely put a body on them and got rebounds that our players would get. We’ll see how we do against UT, but Duke will not win it all. No chance.

    1. CATandMONKEY

      “Duke will not win it all. No chance.”

      You have just broken the hearts belonging to several of our more vociferous,yet negative posters.

    2. BigolBlue

      Keep telling yourself this syrin

    3. catsarerunnin

      Poor BigolBlew/Slater. This is his worst time of year. Usually in February the Cats are rounding into form. Of course this season it began a month early. But when Cal’s team struggles early Slater insists that it’s going to be another trip to the NIT. The year Kentucky actually went to the NIT was Slater’s dream season. He actually could say I told you so. So once again,early this season when the Cats were struggling,Slater was predicting “another” down season and of course it was Cal’s fault. So for poor Slater it’s another disastrous season for him because there will not be a NIT bid. Life can be hard Slater. We all feel your pain. Go Cats!!!

    4. BigolBlue

      I told you so then runnin though. So you are correct sir

    5. catsarerunnin

      Being right once in 10 years is something I’m sure you’re used to Slater.

    6. BigolBlue

      1 title in 10 years

    7. Miller45

      I’d say Duke is mortal not average

  7. Miller45

    A couple guys having a breakout game as an outlier like EJ did today can be the difference between winning and losing a tournament game. Quick is starting to pick it up and play better too but we don’t hear too much about him

  8. henderblue

    Mrs TT you’re right about Tom Hart and Andy Kennedy. They’re the best right now. Go Cats!!

  9. KYjellyRoll

    It all changed when this team started having fun and not stressing over individual performance

  10. runningunnin.454

    Well, about that sign…people that live in Wisconsin, can’t spell Wisconsin.
    Hagan’s had a tough night because the SC guard was a great on ball defender…he was in Ashton’s face all night, step for step.

  11. Racerr11

    It all changed when Quade Green left but I am a Quade fan. By leaving it gave the other guards more minutes and especially Ashton and his energy and his always hounding defense rubbed off on the rest of the players. Quickley has been playing very well also as has Baker. We need to think Quade and I mean that in a good way he did what was best for him and the team. Quade I wish you the best and I am pulling for you all the way.