Two decades ago there was not a Kentucky fan on Earth that thought Rick Pitino could lose seven of eight games to another basketball coach. And yet that is exactly what has happened.
For the first time in what had so far been a blitzkrieg through college basketball, No. 1 Kentucky was teetering. With only 16:12 left in the game, the Cats led Louisville 26-24. Which is when the relatively "unheralded" UK recruiting class of 2014...
Tyler Ulis, a 5-foot-9 freshman whose David-and-Goliath exploits long ago captured the hearts of Kentucky fans, delivered a big-time performance as Kentucky won 58-50.