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In a match up loaded with NBA prospects worthy of first-round consideration, Kentucky and Baylor face off in the Elite Eight.
Payback is painful for Hoosiers
Kentucky is back in a regional final. The top-seeded Wildcats moved another step closer to the only goal that matters in the Bluegrass State, shaking off a rather quiet night from freshman star Anthony Davis to put away stubborn Indiana 102-90 at the South Regional on Friday. The Wildcats (35-2) sure looked as if they were having fun against Indiana, which got into a running contest with a team that was a little faster, a little stronger and just a little too good. Kentucky finished with its most points since a 108-58 victory over Marist in the season opener. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist scored 24 points, Doron Lamb 21 and three of their teammates — not Davis, mind you — were in double figures. Christian Watford had 27 points to lead the Hoosiers (27-9), who beat Kentucky 73-72 before Christmas but ended a comeback season with a loss to their border rival. [...] there was nothing to ashamed of, coming up two victories shy of the Final Four after winning a total of 28 games the previous three seasons. Calipari shrugged off any suggestion that his team might be a little tired after such a run-and-gun game in the regional semifinals. The Baylor post players were not double-teamed most of the game and Acy took advantage of it to the tune of 20 points and 15 rebounds. [...] Acy had his back, throwing down several dunks and adding a few jump shots that surprised Xavier coach Chris Mack. In the final minute, Acy knocked down a couple of free throws to help seal the victory, again leaving the Bears (30-7) on the brink of the Final Four.
On Sunday, the Kentucky Wildcats might feel as if they are looking in a mirror.
Cal invited Tark the Shark to the Final Four provided we make it and he is healthy enough after being released from the hospital.
Parish says Cats poised for #8.
5 things we leaned from UK's win over IU.
ATLANTA Finally, with 23 seconds left, Tom Crean put his hands up and he pulled back the reigns. Finally, doing the math in his head, he realized there was no point in fouling any more, no point in
Jerry Tarkanian was moved out of intensive care at MountainView Hospital on Friday, and the former UNLV basketball coach might be on his way to New Orleans for the Final Four.
The Kentucky Wildcats and Kansas Jayhawks advanced to the Elite Eight, but both teams took very different paths to get there. (1) Kentucky 102, (4) I
Kentucky's win over Indiana is the best game of the tournament. And the Wildcats look like the best team. Gary Parrish says anything less than a championship at this point will be a disappointment.
Kentucky was given an opportunity to avenge one of their two losses against Indiana tonight. The Wildcats did just that, and in impressive fashion. Indiana took a 73-72 win in December on a buzzer-beater...
2 wins from bluegrass heaven.
veteran poise help lift cats
A Baylor Bear fans view of the matchup...
UK is 6-0 all time versus Baylor
accuscore gives UK 72.9 % chance of victory
Thanks to Kentucky's victory over Indiana, we are now a combined 80 minutes away from a game never thought possible until now: a Commonwealth Armageddon in New Orleans.
The Elite 8 is set in the South Region as the Baylor Bears will face the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday night in the Georgia Dome.
AccuScore has simulated the March 25, 2012 12:00 PM EST game between the and the over 10,000 times to find out which team will win, cover the point spread, whether the game will go over or under, and who will win the moneyline. Here are today's and free sports picks and statistics data.
Kentucky-Baylor Point Spread: Kentucky -7.5
Wally Zerbiak says Baylor has NO CHANCE.
In the South Regional Final, #1 seed and tournament favorite Kentucky matches up with the 3rd-seeded Baylor in a game that features future lottery picks all over the floor.
Does No.3 Baylor have a chance against No.1 Kentucky? The Bracket Breakdown panel shares their thoughts on this South Regional final match-up.
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Mark Emmert has no problem with John Calipari - or at least with the Kentucky coach's liberal use of one-and-done players.
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