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Kentucky Beats Florida – SEC Not Enough of a Challenge

Posted on 8 Feb, 2015, by in NBA

The hope of Kentucky actually losing anytime soon remains but it is fading away following a 68-61 win for the Wildcats on the road against Florida, improving to 10-0 in the SEC this season and 23-0 overall led by a terrific performance from Aaron Harrison and Karl-Anthony Towns. More

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Kentucky vs Florida For the SEC Tournament Title

Posted on 16 Mar, 2014, by in NBA

This is only the second time in five years that Florida are facing an unranked Kentucky team, but the Gators have a lot to do with the Wildcats not getting any love from the polls, heading into their third meeting of the season in the SEC Tournament Final. More

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Florida Over Kentucky – The Difference Good Coaching Makes

Posted on 9 Mar, 2014, by in NBA

Home & away, Florida are simply too good of a team for Kentucky to handle. Too smart on the floor, with a better head coach on the sidelines. The face of one-and-done basketball, John Calipari, had his usual bag of excuses in the end, but that doesn’t offer the right kind of explanation of why his preseason number one team has looked so bad this season, beginning to look like recurring theme. More

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Florida Gators – Too Good For the One and Done Bunch

Posted on 13 Feb, 2013, by in NBA

There’s something refreshing to see about a lineup without any freshmen schooling the Freshmen group that John Calipari put together and this time probably won’t take him all the way. The Florida Gators have real team under Billy Donovan, and not just a bunch of talented individuals. More

Kentucky SEC Perfection Not Changed By Florida

Posted on 5 Mar, 2012, by in NBA

The Kentucky Wildcats became just the third SEC team since Alabama in 1956 to go unbeaten in the conference. All three times it was a Kentucky team, including the 1996 championship Rick Pitino team. In his third season with the Wildcats, John Calipari has taken his team into the tournament as the number one seed, with Florida as the latest victim in a 74-59 dominating win. More