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Cats return home to play Vols

      The Kentucky Wildcats return home Tuesday night looking for their second victory of the season over the Tennessee Vols.  On January 14th in Knoxville the Cats defeated the Vols 65-62.  UK Coach John Calipari said Monday the Vols have improved.

The University of Kentucky women's soccer team defeated Vanderbilt 6-1 Friday at the UK Soccer Complex in Lexington, Ky., to advance to next week's SEC Tournament in Orange Beach, Ala. Photo by Chet White

“They’re better. All of them, they’re all better. (Jarnell) Stokes is getting more comfortable, but they’re all better. (Jeronne) Maymon is physical. He’s good. He scores.(Their) guard play is good. (Skylar) McBee is really playing as well as he’s played since I’ve seen him. Their other guards are playing good. They’re a good team. The only team that really got them was Vanderbilt. Every other game they could have won. Vanderbilt made shots. If they make shots against us they’ll beat us the same way they beat them. So Vanderbilt is really good.”
The Cats are coming off a 74-50 victory over LSU in which Terrence Jones scored 27 points and pulled down 9 rebounds.
He was tough. He came up with balls. He posted physically
strong even though the guy battled him. He battled back. The four jumps for a ball, we haven’t seen
that all year. Well that’s now what we’re all looking for. Everybody will be saying that if he’s capable
of doing that then let’s do it every game. Now, it’s hard because they’re not machines. They’re not
computers. But, it’s what you strive for. It’s what you prepare for.”


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