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RECAP: An attempted summary of what happened at South Carolina

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I don’t know what to say after that one. I really don’t. If I didn’t have an obligation to write a bunch of words after each game, I’d type “I want those 2.5 hours of my life back,” hit publish, close my laptop and then go watch 1,000-lb Sisters on TLC. But that game needs a documented recap in KentuckySportsRadio.com’s records, so let’s find a way to summarize that hideous display of basketball (and officiating) that we all just watched on the SEC Network. If you were there in person, you should inquire about a ticket refund.

Here we go. This is going to suck. We’re not even going to number anything. Who cares.

 

Kentucky lost to a horrible South Carolina team.

In case you just wandered in here off the streets, let’s begin this adventure by pointing out the overarching theme to the evening: tenth-ranked Kentucky lost a basketball game at nothing-ranked South Carolina, 81-78. That is the same South Carolina that hadn’t won at home since Dec. 1; the same South Carolina that lost to Houston by 20 at home, then Stetson by 9 at home, and then Florida by 13 at home.

Stetson.

We’re going to break company policy and talk officiating right out of the gate.

My goodness, how bad was the officiating tonight? There are only 40 minutes in a college basketball game and the crew somehow found a way to call 54 fouls. Take a breath, guys. Maybe let the 10 college students around you have a chance to, you know, play basketball. It’s why they were there, on the basketball court, wearing basketball uniforms. The rest of us tuned in for them, not you.

That’s not to put the loss on the officiating crew because Kentucky still should’ve won the horribly-called game. This isn’t a sore loser thing. The refs just gave us an unwatchable product, which is becoming an all-too common problem in the sport, and robbed both teams of any flow to the game. It was bad both ways: missed calls, ticky-tack calls, wrong calls, the hell are you doing calls and even an eye-roll for Ashton Hagans for having the audacity to make his case after a whistle.

Then again, that’s exactly what South Carolina wanted. Frank Martin’s team loves to muck it up and throw its opponent out of rhythm. Mission accomplished.

But the defense started off so well!

Kentucky didn’t allow anything to start the game, holding the Gamecocks without a made basket until almost seven minutes into the game. South Carolina did get two free throws to end the shutout after over five minutes of nothing in the scoring column, but only because it was already in the bonus. Yes, South Carolina was in the bonus before making a field goal.

Unfortunately, Kentucky wasn’t exactly lighting it up on the other end to capitalize on its D. The Cats had six turnovers in the first six minutes, in addition to all of those fouls.

Turnovers and Fouls would be a great name for a book about this game by the way.

The second half defense was butt.

South Carolina scored 60 points only once in the four games before Kentucky came to town. In the other three games in that four-game span, the Gamecocks’ final point totals were 59, 56 and 55. You see, South Carolina is a very low-scoring team, one of the worst shooting teams in the continental United States.

South Carolina scored 56 in the second half against Kentucky.

The really good teams hit the gas and speed off ahead when up 14 in the second half. Kentucky did the opposite.

Rather than putting the pedal to the metal, Kentucky took a quick glance in its rearview, slammed on the brakes, turn its head over its right shoulder with its right arm around the passenger seat, and drove the complete opposite direction in reverse.

Coach Cal said it himself after the game: Once Kentucky got up 14 early in the second half, the lead should’ve been stretched to 20+ and everyone’s happy on the plane ride home. This team did the exact opposite of that and let South Carolina get back in the game, then went even further and watched South Carolina go on to win the game.

Foul trouble played a big role in giving up the lead, as did the never-quit in South Carolina. You can commend the Gamecocks for fighting back — cockfighting back, rather. But you gotta put things away for good when you can or you set yourself up to lose on a banked-in prayer at the buzzer.

Also, that buzzer-beater is the most South Carolina way to win a basketball game. Was there any doubt that Cuisinart or whatever his name was would fling one in? That dude had a career game. 26 points on 22 shots when he averaged nine points and eight shot attempts per game all season. Of course it’s THAT guy who beats you when South Carolina’s star, AJ Lawson, was a complete non-factor, which is another reason this outcome is so bizarre.

Are we still going? Let’s keep going.

Shout out to Immanuel Quickley.

Quickley tried to will Kentucky to victory all by himself there at the end. He had a team-high 20 points and at one point made his 13th three-pointer in his last 14 tries (not all in this game obviously). In a game full of negatives, one of the few positives is Immanuel Quickley’s emergence into a star is still pushing forward. He’s averaging a team-best 19.0 points with 16 3-pointers over the last five games.

Poor Keion Brooks was robbed of another important tip-in.

A couple of times in a matter of seconds, actually.

He and Whitney seem to be taking one step forward, two steps back; although Brooks was big on the glass in the loss. He matched Richards’ team-high seven rebounds, but missed all five of his shot attempts.

Whitney, man. I don’t know how much longer he can play.

One loss in SEC play isn’t the end of the world.

It happens just about every year: Kentucky goes on the road to play a team riding a losing streak, only to run into a lively crowd that shows up once a year, often at a weird time on a weeknight, and it ends in a loss. This was that game and it just happens that way sometimes.

The season goes on with a bounce-back game at Arkansas on Saturday.

Go Cats.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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

53 Comments for RECAP: An attempted summary of what happened at South Carolina



  1. michaelb
    10:48 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    I wanted overtime so bad , we coulda pulled it out maybe



    • 2andToodleLoo
      9:30 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      With deep foul trouble and the offense/defense going in reverse I’d be skeptical about that.



  2. makeitstop
    10:54 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    Great summary. Perfect in fact. All I can add: 1) The SEC needs to fix the officiating and be the first to hv professionals bc this group of amateurs is killing us. We make boat loads of money on sports. Hire some freakin pros. Put the hot dog revenue into it. 2) Cal needs to forget little league everyone plays and sit the guys who hurt u. Whitney and Juzang hurt u. Want to change it? Keep working. 3) note to self: if ur 0-4 stop shooting. It ain’t ur night.



  3. runningunnin.454
    11:03 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    One SEC loss isn’t the end of the world? You can’t lose to a bad bottom dweller like USC; this team will probably lose at Auburn, at Florida, and at Arkansas; and, they may lose to LSU and Miss State. And we haven’t seen how UT will be with their new 7 footer.
    Lot of parity in the conference, though; Alabama is currently taking it to Auburn…Tigers about to go down.



    • runningunnin.454
      11:20 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

      Well, UT was destroyed by Georgia tonight; their new 7 footer only had 5 pts and 3 rb in 17 minutes so he may not make much difference.



    • makeitstop
      11:24 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

      Agreed – it’s just one loss, but… But so was Evansville and Utah. And we aren’t going to waive wand and fix the personnel issues so…. Had we won those two games we should’ve won, this would not matter as much. But now we hv a margin of error of 1. 3 bad losses, Quad 4, Quad 3? We can’t afford to lose but one more game bc the losses are so bad, and who believes that will happen? EJ is turning the corner? Whitney finding his groove? I’m prepared for the worst while still hoping for the 2014 best.



    • mashburnfan1
      11:27 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

      Please look at the teams Auburn has played and you will see why they were undefeated. People only look at records instead if the teams play. They squeaked by several of those bad teams as well. They are not a top 10 team. Drew you do know we took 6 more ft’s than USC, again we shot 6 more than they did on their court and a few of theirs were us fouling on purpose at the end of the game. Facts are Cal can’t coach, is why he won’t play road games. And don’t give me this “we are always playing our best in March” junk as we always squeak by lower level teams and lose to a far less talented team in March as well. We did not dominate bad teams like Mizzou, Utah Valley State, UAB, Bama or Ga Tech at home. Is what it is, hopefully the rule change will help us. Only players that stay now are ones that were not as good as people thought they were. We need quality experience. BTW Evansville lost by 23 tonight.



    • 8XChamps
      12:17 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      Mashburnfan1 Well if Cal is so bad, why aren’t you coaching? You seem to know it all. Must be easy to coach from your lazy boy recliner



    • syrin23
      1:35 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      8XChamps gives us the response of the intellectually empty, Can’t refute the argument so you resort to the “Oh yeah, I know you are but what am I” defense.



    • StillBP
      6:59 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      syrin: “Cal can’t coach” isn’t a fact. Cal is in the Hall of Fame. Cal has won a national championship. Every coach in the sport thinks he’s a great coach. But you morons come on saying he can’t coach. Like you know more than the real experts. So yeah, 8x comment is valid. If you know so much, why aren’t you coaching a college or professional team. Fact is, you don’t know $hit. See what I did there…stated my opinion like it’s a fact, just like mashtrash and you do.



  4. gwhittle
    11:24 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    Two bad calls in the first half (the tech on Maxey, and the lane violation on Sestina) game SC 3 points… Oh look, we lost by 3. And that’s just two of the many awful calls



    • syrin23
      1:38 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      The officials had it out for us all night long. Two of the calls on Richards in the first half were phantom fouls, but it led to him not playing HALF the first half. That call on Juzang on the loose ball was awful, But Hagans was trash the second half. He turned it over, he played terrible defense, his shot selection was awful, and he missed a wide open five foot shot in the lane. EJ, as USUAL, missed two shots from less than a foot from the rim. Our FT’s weren’t where they should have been.



  5. gwhittle
    11:24 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    *gave



  6. JT55
    11:27 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    Which one of our two set plays wasn’t working? Another choke job. Embarrassing loss that will cost them a seed line .



  7. Dark Soul
    11:34 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    We get robbed every time we play there. I cant even call that a basketball game so I have no frustrations against UK. Evansville and Utah are a totally different thing though. I put those losses 100 percent on UK



  8. UKgrad80
    11:35 pm January 15, 2020 Permalink

    This freshman class is the weakest yet. Cal never knows when to call a time out, what the hell good is taking time outs with him on the plane for the trip home. I feel the program is slipping every year!



  9. Righteous1
    3:00 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    I am still waiting for the LCBC charter members to post their support and spend their money on the Sporting News Coach of the Decade!

    Loyal Cal Bitches Club members only please post your support!



    • StillBP
      7:02 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      I’m here, loser. Where have you been since the Louisville game? Under your rock. Now here you are thumping your chest. You get very few opportunities to do so, so I know you can’t hold back when you get the chance. your name is so appropriate, your self righteousness is obvious.



    • Bluehender
      7:53 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      What BP said…



  10. Tom Bombadil
    3:39 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    Or the PBR1C….or the Punkass Bitch Righteous1 Club. You totally blow nut sacks R1



  11. zoupman
    4:44 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    I had somewhere to be and missed the second half. I’ve missed several games this year. I use to hardly ever miss one.
    My point is officiating is so bad, watching every game just isn’t that important to me. Isn’t attendance down around the country?
    Like Drew said, let the 10 college kids play.



  12. CahillsCrossingNT
    5:37 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    Wait until Saturday. It will be ugly. The bottom line is this team doesn’t have anybody who should be here any less than three years. None of them is good enough for the next level.



    • StillBP
      7:03 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      that’s what you all were saying before the Louisville game. How’d that work out for you?



    • just a guy
      8:54 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      I get your argument StillBP but Louisville has struggled themselves since that game. Louisville is a top 10-15 team, but nowhere near as good as the #3 ranking they brought to Rupp. We played the best we’ve played all year, and still needed OT to win at home, UK will be OK, but without any production from Brooks or Whitney, the ceiling has been shown. If our guards can’t dominate, we can’t win. USC took page out of the “how to beat Cal teams” playbook. Spread the floor, straight line drive to rim. Go back and look at ALL of our teams minus the 3 elite ones, and spread and drive has always been a weakness of Cals M2MD. Im not trying to dog the team, just saying this teams personnel doesn’t set up well. EJ and Whitney are painful to watch, and Brooks can’t hit a layup. If Nick gets in foul trouble, it’s over unless we’re hitting 10 3s a game.



  13. kurofmi
    5:45 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    I’ve checked out. I’m so tired of his ‘player first’ (UK last) philosophy. He’s a 7 million dollar per year coaster. His rerun ‘we’re young’ Schlick has worn thin. He can’t answer a question coherently and incessantly deflects to some boilerplate rhetoric. Just another glorified gym teacher being paid regardless of result. I’m not bitter…just sitting back and observing the hull breach that everyone seems to ignore. Cal…it’s time to move on…time for New Young Blood (coming from a 66 year old observer).



    • Doctor21
      6:47 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      Overpaid, Undercoached.



    • lecantrell
      7:48 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      I agree 110%! The “players first” attitude is killing us. No way to hang anymore championship banners with this attitude. That was also the reason for Montgomery, Brooks, and Whitney is the game last night. Up 14 and put in subs just to keep them happy. Should have kept the same players in that built the lead and extended it to 20.



    • uk4317
      9:18 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      Your so right! Cal should just tell all of those players who aren’t currently living up to their potential to just screw off. They don’t deserve the chance to improve their game, build their confidence and become a contributor to the team. I mean how can Cal care about his players, you know the kids he’s with everyday, when message board fans are upset! That’s what matters right? The fan base. You say “UK” but what you mean is you, your not getting the feel feels that you want right now so Cal sucks, the players suck, everything sucks.

      The University of Kentucky, is a school. It is where kids go to learn, grow, and build the tools necessary to build a life for themselves. This basketball team is part of a school, not the NBA. Cal in every aspect is a teacher. Would you go into any other classroom and tell the teacher they should not be “student’s first”? That they should ignore the students struggling and not even attempt to bring out their potential? That the school’s test score is more important than getting the best out of their students? Do you honestly think that there are coaches out their that aren’t players first? I would bet the majority of coaches feel that the most important thing to them, is their players. Why would you want a coach that doesn’t give two $hits about his players and all they care about is winning? Do you want a coach like Bobby Knight? We win a ton of games but he’s out their slapping around kids to achieve it. As long as we win right?



    • uk4317
      9:26 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      Also, you realize that Cal has had this attitude since he came here. That attitude brought in Wall, Cousins, Davis, Townes, Alexander, Booker, and every other amazing player we have had. That attitude has given us, 6 SEC titles, 5 final fours, and a National Title. I understand that the last few seasons hasn’t been what we have hoped for, but look around. College basketball as a whole has been down for years and the great players just aren’t out their at the moment. Hardly anyone in college basketball over the last several years have made a real impact on the NBA.



    • kurofmi
      9:57 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      Mr 4317…your logic is flawed. The UK basketball group is a TEAM. Competing for TEAM honors (conference, tournament & National Titles). A microbiologist enters The UK for individual honors…perhaps research or Medical future. His honors are INDIVIDUAL. Universities hang TEAM banners. Now…don’t get me wrong…if you get your jollies from watching kids for 4 months and then vicariously living through their Professional Careers…that’s fine. Just don’t play the ‘teacher’ card. Cal’s only mission is to bring wealth without wisdom. In some cases he’ll be successful. Time will be (as always) the ultimate test. I’ve never worn my name on a jersey (or company polo). It’s just a philosophy from an anachronistic (that means old & ancient) ‘team’ player. One side note…in two years we’ll see how our Coach’s popularity holds up?



  14. Skooms
    6:26 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    Anddddd just like clockwork, out come the trolls and all of the whiners. So here’s a reasonable question to all of you. Looking around the D-1 landscape, whom would you rather have as the coach? Almost all of the big name programs have had some really bad losses this year. Don’t give me that Scott Drew crap either, as Baylor is FINALLY having a good year (last time ranked in the top 5 was 2012).



  15. Matt10
    7:18 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    I got the strong feeling Cal wanted his team to lose and learn some lessons. Or maybe he felt bad for his good buddy Frank.
    Johnny hasn’t played in a couple weeks and then gets almost as many minutes as Brooks and Whitney? What?
    You’re down two possessions with leas than two minutes to play, AND YOU’RE PLAYING THE WORST FREE THROW SHOOTING TEAM IN THE CONFERENCE, and you don’t start fouling???!! What?
    Then you, who NEVER calls a timeout to set up a final play, and constantly tell everyone you don’t do it, call a timeout this time…instead of after the goal to set up your defense? And just let the on-fire highest scorer on the other team casually dribble the length of the floor, for a final shot?
    This loss is on Cal 110%. Just a pathetic coaching job in the final few minutes, unless his goal was to throw a bone to his poor struggling friend.



    • Bluehender
      7:56 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      I cannot disagree with you. Cal took the night off…



    • just a guy
      9:10 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      This is exactly correct. I’m no coach, but I’ve been around basketball my entire life. That guy walked up the court uncontested and basically took a uncontested shot. I totally get backing off when he raises to shoot, but allowing him to catch and go straight to rim is unacceptable



    • 8XChamps
      11:58 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      So because we had poor defense, called a timeout to set up a final play, and had to sub in players like Juzang and Whitney because of foul trouble, it’s on Cal. You people are the same ones that blame him for NOT taking a time out to set up a play in close games. Now you’re mad he did? Calling a timeout after the IQ basket would’ve just let them set up a play, the dude seriously flung up a prayer with two guys on him that banked in. What else can you do? But it’s always Cal’s fault when we lose, but he’s never the reason we win.



  16. BBNBRIAN
    7:33 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    My take aways… 1. ZERO killer instinct on this squad. 2. Cal is putting too much pressure on Ashton. His “yeah, he almost had a triple double, but he’s better than that…” attitude is turning Ashton into a sloppy offensive player. Ignorant passes and some pretty horrible decision making tonight. 3. Juzang did some good stuff tonight, but in a game this close you don’t play a guy who hasn’t seen the court in 3 games. 4. Fall forward! Lose and learn! On to the next one. 5. We’re playing ourselves into a bracket busting #8 seed so it isn’t all bad…



  17. Papaw
    7:37 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    I don’t care how great his defense is or how “smart” his decisions are, Hagan’s is still the king of unforced turnovers



  18. Bluehender
    7:51 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    Good points Drew. Cal took the night off. South Carolina was horrible first half, we should have been up 20 at halftime. Careless turnovers and bad officiating kept it closer than it should have been. I imagine that Frank Martin peeled the paint off the locker room walls at halftime. They came out playing much tougher and we folded like a cheap suit. You can’t let teams like that be in a position to steal the game. Lucky shot, but we didn’t play smart there at the end.



  19. Racerr11
    8:17 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    Can’t coach, overpaid gym teacher, 7 of 11 years final 8 or better. Lol goofy fans



  20. makeitstop
    8:35 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    20 offensive rebounds to 10. 15 turnovers to 9. U want to lose to a bad team, that’s ur recipe. Out of position, beaten to balls, reckless and selfish w the ball. U deserve to lose. Apart from IQ really everyone else left a lot on the bus. Pitiful.



  21. just a guy
    9:15 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    I like Cal. I think he’s perfect for this program, but his in-game coaching decisions are head scratchers almost every game, they just glare more in losses.



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    9:15 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

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    • Bluehender
      9:37 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      They out rebounded us by 1. But they did have 20 offensive rebounds and we only had 10 offensive rebounds. I think EFFORT or lack thereof might be the key word



  23. stringmusic78
    9:41 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    These guys have no heart. Teams that have heart play with a chip on their shoulder and don’t allow themselves to lose to inferior teams.



    • Bluehender
      9:46 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

      They fought like crazy at Georgia. They didn’t have fight in them last night, for some reason..



  24. SoCalCat
    10:10 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    I think the ceiling on this year’s team is very limited. I also think Frank Martin must have some dirt on Cal as his coaching is atrocious at South Carolina 🙂 .



  25. BluKudzu
    10:54 am January 16, 2020 Permalink

    UK basketball is just hard to enjoy. 4 losses mostly to teams that are not great, and each due to lack of effort.

    Right now after Camp Cal we are not very good. Thought there would be improvements.

    We are just a very average to below average UK basketball team.

    At least we are not UNC. We have that going for us.

    I hope we get it together. Right now this team, the way they playe last night, will be lucky to get past the 1st round of the tournament (7-8) seed.



  26. classof68
    1:42 pm January 16, 2020 Permalink

    Where are all the Cal apologists that were on here last night after the game? They are starting to sound like the Tubby apologists of old. Come to think of it, the last few years have reminded me of the Tubby years. A few more years like the past 3 or 4 and Kansas will pass us up on the all time win list. But we’re not supposed to fret about the regular season the Cal apologists say. Then why even watch the regular season games? Cal’s a good coach. Not a great coach. He was a great recruiter, but now he’s just a good recruiter. Therein lies the problems of late in my opinion.



  27. dave1964
    3:25 pm January 16, 2020 Permalink

    The ref’s were horrible true but our team was horrible as well, EJ was complete trash he has very little basketball skills he hurt UK so many times getting out rebounded on effort plays. Missed FT also hurt our team left it’s hearts in Kentucky on this one.



  28. Looother
    5:32 pm January 16, 2020 Permalink

    This was simply a choke loss to an inferior team…