Expectations for Kentucky to go undefeated are quickly flying out the window, and the Wildcats only have themselves to blame.
Despite boasting the biggest and baddest frontcourt in the nation, Kentucky has inexplicably devolved into a three-point-shooting team.
If the Wildcats don’t break that habit in a hurry, there’s no way they will go undefeated.
They made at least 19 two-point field goals in each of their first 12 wins. They won each of those games by at least 10 points. Willie Cauley-Stein became a fixture in Player of the Year rankings while averaging 17.4 points per 40 minutes.