UK Men's Basketball

January 15, 2014 3:47 PM

Despite defeat, Kentucky is finding its fight

Arkansas Coach Mike Anderson scoffed at the notion that an 87-85 overtime loss might leave a long-lasting scar on Kentucky's team. "I don't think there's a negative," he said. "They fought. They were in position. They're a young basketball team. They're learning."

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