UK Men's Basketball

March 11, 2010 12:00 AM

UK men's resurgence doesn't lift rest of SEC

When the Southeastern Conference stumbled last season and received only three NCAA Tournament bids, the league's coaches cited Kentucky's down year. The perception of SEC basketball depended on its flagship program, they said. UK's normally elevated status lifted all the SEC boats. Conversely, Kentucky in a depressed state shrunk the significance of other programs.

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