DeAndre Liggins wasn't doing something right. That much was clear. The second-year guard, once hailed as the future point guard of the Kentucky basketball program, rode the pine for the first eight games and didn't even make the trip to New York City to face Connecticut. Neither John Calipari, Liggins nor UK officials will say why Liggins didn't play the first part of the season, but it was crystal clear that Liggins wasn't holding up part of his end of the bargain.
Walter Cornett, of Glendale, Kentucky, is the owner and operator of Walter's Wildcat World. He founded WildcatWorld.com in 1998 making it one of the oldest Kentucky basketball fan sites in operation today.
On This Day In UK Basketball History
- On February 25, 1974, Kevin Grevey joined the 1,000-point club. He did it in 51 games.
- On February 25, 2017, freshman Malik Monk scored 33 points against Florida.