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10 responses to “RECAP: Kentucky grinds out 71-67 victory over Mississippi State”

  1. Wildfelinebeeline


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  5. jeri

    I love this team!!!!

  6. michaelb

    That 730 shoot around looks like it was a good move . It got
    Them prepared instead of them waking up at halftime being down 5 we were ready to roll

  7. Aar

    BBN, how about this hypothetical – what if the Champion’s Classis was an exhibition instead of the first game of the regular season? Or better yet, what if it didn’t even happen?

    My first thought is that it’s possible that the Cats never dropped out of the top ten, currently 20-2 and would now be in the top three, not the strongest two seed.

    My second thought is that they may not have been as coachable and this season could have turned into a train wreck.

    What’s your take?

    1. bigbluebanana

      I’d argue that butt whooping from dook is a huge reason we are where we are now. L’s can build character and resolve, azz kickings breed revenge.

    2. Aar

      Banana, you’re in alignment with my second thought. Before the season, I posted that I would gladly accept a first game loss in exchange for a win in the last game. I repeated it afterward. Hope there’s something prophetic about that. Gotta win the next one first. Go Cats, beat LSU!

  8. wildcatfan20

    This article talks about a back and forth game. This game was a blowout again and should’ve ended the same as the first time around. I think the defining play was when the cats were up 18, we held MSU again, but while getting rebound Travis didn’t secure it. It was scooped by MSU and turned into a 3 pointer that started a 19-2 run. I wish we could see it play out if Travis held onto that ball and the cats pushed the lead to 20. Either way, good win, and probably more valuable in the long run that they had to work late into the game to win in a tough environment.