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The 10th seeded Commodores took a quick lead, and never looked back at the puzzled Kentucky Wildcats. Vanderbilt had a 16-point advantage at the half, and made 18 of their first 27 shots. After the halftime break, the ‘Dores continued their streak by making their first five shots of the second half. The ‘Cats could not match Vanderbilt’s intensity, despite clawing back with 10 straight points of their own and a thunderous dunk from Archie Goodwin. After the Goodwin dunk, the lead was only 11 and their was 12:37 left on the game clock. Plenty of time to make a move, that just didn’t happen. The ‘Cats went ice cold in the next 5:12 until Alex Poythress made a layup. The drought sealed the win for Vanderbilt, and maybe Kentucky’s fate.
Vanderbilt had 4 players score in double figures, lead by Dajuan Parker with 12. The ‘Dores shot 50% from the field, making 8 of 17 from the 3-point line. The stats are just the opposite for the ‘Cats. Kyle Wiltjer and Archie Goodwin were the only bright...
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Sit back and wait to know your destiny, it is not an easy task to do. For a number of teams waiting to get into the NCAA Tournament they have no other choice. Their body of work will be examined thoroughly and talked about on Sunday to see if a tournament bid awaits.While some will feel the devastation of knowing their season is over, these four teams will be dancing.Kentucky Wildcats...
Kentucky lost yet another must-win game to be guaranteed a bid to go dancing in the NCAA Tournament on Friday. After UK was blown out by Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament, March Madness turned into sadness for the the Big Blue Nation — but yesterday’s game seemed to have affected more than just the Cats fans.
Ryan Harrow, who was 2-of-15 shooting for the game, blamed himself...
Kentucky's inconsistent play this year has left the Wildcats without a chance to defend their national championship.
There was a no at-large NCAA tournament bid for the young Kentucky squad that could not overcome injuries, sporadic guard play and a lack of leadership.
A 16-point loss in Friday's must-win game in the Southeastern Conference tournament against Vanderbilt...
Ten points from Kyle Wiltjer wasn't enough to help Kentucky take down Vanderbilt in the Quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament. Now the Cats will wait to see if they'll make the NCAA Tournament.
Late night update! Wow, what a busy day. The winner of today is definitely Maryland. With their second win of the season over Duke, they find themselves in the field of 68. The loser of the day would be the defending champion Kentucky Wildcats. Their bubble has officially popped. Also, Duke finds themselves falling to The post NCB Bracketology 3/15/13 11:25 PM appeared first on No Coast Bias.