Kentucky Battles to Sixth Straight SEC Win, Bruises Past Florida

On a night when its primary scorers were failing to put points on the board, needed some alternative form of offense in its Southeastern Conference showdown against on Saturday.

Enter CJ Fredrick, and Cason Wallace.

With both and struggling to get buckets, the trio of Fredrick, Toppin and Wallace stepped up. And it was those three players who led the Cats past the Gators 72-67.

Wallace made seven of 10 from the floor, including his only three-pointer, and five of five from the line to score a team-high 20 points.

Meanwhile, Toppin continued to be one of the team’s most reliable scorers of late. The senior posted double figures in scoring for the sixth straight game, notching 17 points. He also grabbed 10 rebounds to notch his third double-double in the last six contests.

Fredrick, who has struggled from the field of late, found his shooting touch on this night. The Cincinnati native hit three of six from behind the arc on his way to 12 points in the game.

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