Cats Prepare For Delaware State

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - When Kentucky hosts Delaware State on
Saturday, the Wildcats will either turn things around, or things
will get really bad.
It's only November, and Wildcats coach Billy Gillispie says it's
a long season, but to drop another game and go 0-3 for the first
time since 1926 would be seen as a disaster by the Big Blue
Kentucky lost its first two games to VMI and North Carolina,
turning the ball over a combined 53 times to its opponents' 24.
Gillispie says the thing that perplexes him is his team hasn't
played like it has practiced.
The coach says his team has practiced hard but just hasn't been
competitive in games.
Saturday's game will be the first meeting for the Hornets (1-4)
and Wildcats.

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  • by tim Location: ky on Nov 22, 2008 at 07:18 AM
    why couldn't we comment on the loss to the north carolina post?why protect bcg from negative comments?are his feelings hurt because he couldn't beat vmi or was it because he couldn't compete with nc without their top player?
  • by tim Location: ky on Nov 22, 2008 at 04:45 AM
    i wish liggins the best.i hope he has a breakout game that builds his confidence.the cats season looks like it's riding on the young freshmans shoulders.there is plenty of talent on the team to be a really good team this year.liggins has the opportunity to lead the winningest team in college basketball history,he has the talent but he just needs the confidence and backing from his team,coaches,and us fans.
  • by steve on Nov 21, 2008 at 08:34 PM
    maybe they should start playing high school teams they may win then lol.


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