ARLINGTON (105.3 THE FAN) – Just before halftime Kentucky was down by 15 points. They had only scored half the points UConn had.
I thought it was over. I even mentioned it to Kevin Hageland and RJ Choppy.
Both told me not so fast.
Kentucky hasn’t lead at half the entire tournament. They play great from behind no matter who the opponent is.
And while people destroy John Calipari for “always havering great talent” word around the coaching world is he “knows how to coach those kids too.”
Evidently despite all the hatred regarding off court issues, he is a great coach.
And by golly, but halftime Kentucky had pulled within 4 points and 1 to kick off the second half.
Some of the best teams can make grey second half adjustments, but can Kentucky get enough extended runs to win it all?
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