Andy Katz and Miles Simon teamed up this morning on ESPN to talk about a number of things, including diving into the question “What’s next for Kentucky?” The two talked back and forth for a minute about Kentucky’s obvious defensive woes and shortcomings without the presence of Nerlens Noel. Neither said anything earth-shattering, but they did discuss Kentucky’s remaining SEC schedule and what they need to do, and what they expect them to do in the final 6 games.
Katz talked about the slate of games coming up for Kentucky. “Now looking at that schedule, you’ve got home games against Vanderbilt, Missouri, Mississippi State. Must wins. Then they end the season where they have to go to Arkansas, to Georgia, and home Florida.”
Simon then predicted that Kentucky will “go 3-3 down the stretch, at best. If they don’t beat Missouri or Florida, probably hard to get an NCAA bid.”
Andy Katz seemed to agree with the 3-3 prediction and added that, “They have to do something more in the SEC tournament.”
What are your predictions for Kentucky’s record in the final 6 games?