UK Men's Basketball

March 17, 2011 12:00 AM

Kentucky players say their youth not an issue in NCAA play

Princeton pins its hopes for an upset of Kentucky on Thursday on one simple premise: Because of an environment unique to the NCAA Tournament, youth will not be served. After conceding that UK is the more athletic and skilled team in this second-round NBA-versus-MBA game, Princeton noted its greater experience.

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