Posted January 10, 2012 on kentucky.scout.com
Kentucky point guard Marquis Teague may just be a freshman, but he has been schooled on what to expect when the Wildcats take to the road in SEC play this week. The Wildcats suffered their lone setback of the season at Indiana in December, and learned in that one point loss that road games can be much different than home games.
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