Found March 13, 2012 on BeyondUSports:

The Wildcat Train

Anthony Davis is by far the best player in the college basketball today.  He is an unbelievable freshman who single handedly can take over a game himself.  He offers so many skills and talents that many others around the country do not have.  He makes the Wildcats who they are, along with other great players, he is one of the main reasons that the Wildcats are at top.  He offers a inside presence that cannot be guarded.  He has been in the paint all season on the defensive and offensive ends of the court, becoming one of the best shot blockers in the country and certainly having no problem getting the ball into the hoop.

They also have Michael Kidd-Gilchrist who has made his leap for All-American status also as a freshman.  The Wildcats have unbelievable young talent and if players choose to stay, could create a dynasty in the years to come (Don’t count on it.)

As for the bracket, while Michigan State has the toughest road to title this year coming out of Phoenix region, Kentucky’s is not all that easy either.  They might run into some problems and could face the only team to beat them this year in the Indiana Hoosiers.  The sporadic Blue Devils are also in this region and could pose a problem for some teams, even the Wildcats.

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All the Wildcats have to do is play their game.  If they play their game, they should have no problem making a run in the tournament. John  Calipari is a magnificent head coach.  I mean he’s 96-13 since coming to Lexington and looks to keep adding to that number. Could he finally capture that elusive championship this year?

Back to Davis. Opponents have some anxiety when it comes to having to guard him in the post or even trying to get a shot off against him because of his dominance.  Maybe the unibrow is the way to go when looking to be a great basketball player.  I mean look at Michael Jordan, everyone began sticking out their tongues while playing basketball because they thought it was to cool thing to and gave you magical powers.  So why wouldn’t a unibrow be the new fad? If Kentucky wins the title we may see a new fashion trend. The man grooming business may take a hit.

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