Not much chance South Carolina beats Kentucky in basketball this season. Not in Columbia, S.C., where the Wildcats won by nine last month. Not in Rupp Arena, where the Wildcats surged ahead 15-0 Saturday and won 90-59. Not in the Southeastern Conference Tournament in Atlanta in less than three weeks. Not on the driveway goal of South Carolina coach Darrin Horn. Too much Kentucky, which as Horn noted, has role players who were actually top-75 recruits.