John Clay

March 2, 2009 12:00 AM

Green Cats cost UK twice in clutch

Bob Knight often says, "You watch a game, but do you really

see

it." We think we do, but maybe, sometimes, we don't. Two plays in UK's 73-70 loss to LSU on Saturday proved that yet again.

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