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                      #4 Kentucky in Final SEC Run

      After soundly defeating the overall #1 Tennessee Vols at
Rupp Arena last Saturday by 17 points, and out lasting a good
Missouri team on Tuesday night in Columbia, Cal’s Cats are in
their final stretch run before the SEC Tournament. The
looming question is: Can the 22-4 Wildcats run the table on
their final SEC regular season games? I believe they can.

FEB 23 - Unranked Auburn (17-8) comes to Lexington on
Saturday and Bruce Pearl’s team just came off a narrow loss
to LSU on Thursday and Ole’ Miss last Saturday, both by 5
pts. Coach Pearl always has a wrinkle for the Wildcats and will
send his War Eagles out for quick meal, but it won’t be enough
to defeat a Quickley footed Wildcat team. Wildcats win this one
by 7.

FEB 26 - Arkansas (14-11) comes to Lexington on Tuesday
Feb 26 for a late 9 pm game. They always bring a lot of
physical play to a game with Kentucky, but the Hogs are
currently in a tailspin with recent SEC losses against South
Carolina, Missou,  Miss State & Auburn. It’s time to fry some
bacon and trim the Razorbacks into the pot bellied pigs we
know they are. Cats win by 9.

March 2 - Kentucky travels to Knoxville to meet an angry #5
Tennessee Vols.  (24-2) Coach Rick Barnes says that Ole
Smokey has sharpened his teeth and hunting skills and
guarantees his following that they’ll either win this one or he’ll
jump off Rocky Top. With the crowd in Tennessee’s favor,
Coach Calipari will have to pull a rabbit out of his hat. If he can
do that, Ole’ Smokey will run off after the varmint and the
Wildcats could steal this one in OT if PJ plays his game.
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