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Kentucky has three straight 100-point games for first time since 1977

Here’s a fun and exciting fact for you…

Kentucky has scored 100 or more points in three straight games for the first time in almost four decades. The last time the Cats hit the 100-point mark in three consecutive games? They year was 1977 and that team went on to win it all.

After tonight’s game in the Bahamas, John Calipari said, “My question now is how do we take this to another level.”

THERE’S ANOTHER LEVEL????

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

8 Comments for Kentucky has three straight 100-point games for first time since 1977



  1. jrdh13
    9:38 pm November 28, 2016 Permalink

    No post game interview?



  2. Booby Petrino
    9:44 pm November 28, 2016 Permalink

    Next level, time to get 150



  3. A_Blue_Wildcat
    9:48 pm November 28, 2016 Permalink

    I wouldn’t be surprised if they made it 4 straight after saturday, keep in mind Ucla likes to play up and down and they don’t play very good defense.



  4. henderblue
    9:53 pm November 28, 2016 Permalink

    We owe UCLA a little something



  5. henderblue
    9:57 pm November 28, 2016 Permalink

    The next level could be a step up in competition. Starting with those Bruins. Similar results may await them



  6. ChrisHamby
    10:04 pm November 28, 2016 Permalink

    OVER 9000!!!1111

    I feel like there is some super nerdy references to made from this comment.



  7. Megan
    1:15 pm November 29, 2016 Permalink

    That’s my team. The one that won it all when I was at UK. I know it seems long ago, but I promise you the world was in color back then. And had been since the early ’60s.



  8. somerset bill
    4:19 pm November 29, 2016 Permalink

    i was able to name them all without checking except for no. 44, scott courts.