What’s up, Wildcats fans? Kentucky picked up another win, this time against Arizona State. But John Calipari has indicated multiple times this season that his team is a work in progress, and he emphasized that again Saturday. His Wildcats won, but he wasn’t totally content.
Here are five things to know:
- Behind a dominant second half, Kentucky beat Arizona State and is now 9-1.
- See what Calipari said in his postgame press conference afterward.
- The Wildcats survived a scare when veteran Alex Poythress hyperextended his knee in the first half before being able to return in the second.
- Calipari desperately wants freshman Skal Labissiere to get tougher and he’s pulling out all the stops to make it happen.
- Read about Tyler Ulis’ journey up until this point and what makes him who he is now.
Other Kentucky news from around the Internet
- More on Poythress’ injury and what he was able to do when he was playing, from the Louisville Courier-Journal’s Kyle Tucker.
- After struggling through the first half, the Wildcats buckled down in the second like Calipari wanted them to, the Lexington Herald-Leader’s Jerry Tipton wrote.
- The headline of this article will absolutely make you want to read more. Check it out for yourself, also from Tipton.
- Also from Tucker, Kentucky could get the class of 2017’s top recruit.
The best stories from around the SEC
- Derrick Henry is your Heisman winner.
- After he won, Henry dedicated the trophy to a former teammate who died this year.
- LSU’s Leonard Fournette got 10 first-place votes despite not even being in the top 3.
- Former UGA and current Miami coach thinks the two teams could meet in the national title game one day.
- He’s arguably the nation’s best college football coach, but this week, Nick Saban played a little basketball with a recruit.