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At The Half: Kentucky 34, Mississippi State 26

Here in Rupp Arena, your University of Kentucky Wildcats lead the Bulldogs of Mississippi State University, 34-26. Tyler Herro leads all scorers with 11 first half points.

 

Article written by Drew Franklin

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7 Comments for At The Half: Kentucky 34, Mississippi State 26



  1. Bigblue7982
    7:51 pm January 22, 2019 Permalink

    Should be up by more sluggish to end the half.



  2. BigolBlue
    7:56 pm January 22, 2019 Permalink

    Sloppy half. Everytime Reid and Montgomery shoot an outside j its like an automatic turnover. Montgomery really isnt very good. He kills us at times



    • LilBigBird
      8:04 pm January 22, 2019 Permalink

      So not being very good is all it takes to be ranked the 14th best player in the nation out of high school?! Choose your words wisely.



    • bigbluebanana
      9:21 pm January 22, 2019 Permalink

      Another swing and a miss



    • BigolBlue
      2:41 am January 23, 2019 Permalink

      Actually I nailed it. Montgomery cant hit any shots ever. Not can Reid. Did I miss something else? Montgomery can be a liability.



    • henderblue
      9:36 pm January 22, 2019 Permalink

      Good call bigbluebanana..



  3. RAGE
    9:18 pm January 22, 2019 Permalink

    I agree that we played very sloppy at the end of the half… But I completely disagree that Montgomery isn’t a good player.. The kid is a stud just trying to get into the flow of the game and into the lineup… I would say in probably what will be his only season at UK… I hope not but Montgomery is exactly what the NBA covets a big man with the ability to stretch the floor.. I mean I selfishly hope he sticks around cause I like to see him rocking the blue and white again next season… We can hope but it all seriousness whatever is best for him as a player and human being