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KENTUCKY MAY GO UNDEFEATED

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KENTUCKY MAY GO UNDEFEATED

i didnt thinkl they had a chance last week but after hearing how t.smith got kicked off the team out in tenn this is appearing more reasonable then i first though. ive watched most of the sec teams and they arent real good. i mean some are good and have a chance to beat uk but i thought tenn had the biggest chance to do that and now i dont think so anymore. i still expect them to lose a game or 2 in conference but it wouldnt suprise me to see them go undefeated coming into the ncaa tournament


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I doubt they go undefeated

I doubt they go undefeated because they have had alot of games that were way to close that shouldnt have been but I guess its possible. And when John Wall is not in the game they struggle so if he gets hurt or gets in foul trouble they could lose a few. But I see them as a two loss team going into the tournament one loss from Florida and another to Ole Miss.

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i agree i think they will

i agree i think they will lose but it wouldnt suprise me if they dont. and yeah they are a different team without wall in but one thing thats scarey is that young teams liek that tend to get better as a team and start to gel a lil more and understand each others games more. games will start gettign harder though since its conference time but not as much as others because this is a different kentucky team with a different coach and different plays that the other coache sin the sec will have a first time look at instead of knowing from last year and the year before of playign them

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I definitely don't think

I definitely don't think Kentucky will go undefeated.  

They have only played 1 true road game all season...@ Indianan.  They have played 3 games on neutral courts.  The other 11 games have been played at home Rupp Arena.  As you can see for such a young team, they haven't a had a real test on the road against a quality opponent.

Generally the top teams, when they lose, lose on the road.  I look for Kentucky to lose at least 1 game on the road during SEC play.

Don't sleep on Vanderbilt....talk about a tough place to play.  I witnessed in person #1 Florida get beat @Vandy a couple years ago. Last season Kentucky got blown out @Vandy.  They could easily lose again this year.  Vandy is better than they were last year also.

@Florida & @Miss St. will be tough tests also. 

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I don't know. I don't see a

I don't know.

I don't see a really good team on this roster. Vandy cannot keep up with John Wall.

Florida cannot not nor will not defeat UK

They will go into the tourney undefeated...all bets are off there

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dont forget i said could and

dont forget i said could and might. its not me saying will. teams always lose to teams less talented to them so i wont go as far to say will

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I'm not a big

Of Kentucky but if you say they dont have a good roster you have to be joking me, Wall and Cousins are beasts and have more talent then most team combine and the sec isn't that good

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Cousin's

In 19 min he is averaging 15 points and 9 rebounds

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I could see them losing to

I could see them losing to Ole Miss, whoi has the 2nd best team in the conference IMO. Vandy also could, as they have the athleticism and shooters, but that's less likely. And I also think Florida and South Carolina could as they have the quickness and athletic players to compete. But Ole Miss and Tennessee are the best teams to compete with them...

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