Posted March 16, 2013 on collegebasketball.scout.com
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.
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