“No, we’ve had these issues, this is who we are sometimes.” Said Kentucky Head Coach John Calipari. Not something that you’d expect to hear from coach. But as we all now know, down went Kentucky. Utah takes down the No. 6 Wildcats in Las Vegas behind Timmy Allen’s 25 pts. Final score Utah 69 – Kentucky 66. Tough game for the Cats from start to finish. Almost had a chance to tie it up at the buzzer but the shot did not fall in there favor. Here is Kentucky head coach John Calipari speaking to the media after the game. Next up for Kentucky is one more game in Las Vegas vs the #5 team in the nation, The Ohio State Buckeyes a 2:30pm (PST) tip at T-Mobile Arena for the CBS Sports Classic. As for Utah they take on the undefeated #20th team in the nation, San Diego State at home in Utah. Can the Utes pull off another upset on Saturday night? I guess we’ll all have to wait and see.
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