In front of a hostile and record crowd, the Kentucky Wildcats rallied from 17 down but ended up losing to Louisville, 80-77.
Chane Behanan was by far the most impressive player on both sides of the ball. He dominated on the offensive and defensive side of the ball all night long. Early in the game he seemed to play with almost to much emotion and energy, but then again, that isn’t a necessarily a bad thing. Behanan had a couple dunks that brought down the house, including one that sealed the game late. He ended with 20 Pts, 7 Rbs, 3 Ast, 3 Stl and 1 Blk.
Russ Smith once again made sure he was the leading scorer in the game with 21 points. Also the fact that he took 7 more shots than anyone else on the team kind of helped toward that cause. Smith was forced to play with four fouls in crunch time and played as good as usual. Russ was 3-6 from the free throw line and did not make a 3 all game long. Smith also had 3 Stls, 3 Ast, and 7 Rbs.
Peyton Siva was 6-11 from the field and...