5 things every Kentucky fan needs to know today
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.