Kentucky Tries To Get Back On Track

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - University of Kentucky guard Ramel Bradley
says he thought, before the season, the Wildcats' record would be
better. But now, at 6-and-7, and their Southeastern Conference
schedule beginning tomorrow, Bradley says they just have to toughen
up.
The Wildcats will host Vanderbilt tomorrow afternoon. The
Commodores are one of five remaining unbeaten teams and have beaten
the Wildcats four times in a row.
Kentucky is averaging more than 17 turnovers per game, compared
to 14 assists per game, and ranks last in the SEC in turnover
margin.
Bradley says he looks at his team's situation as a chance to
become a good story. He says it wouldn't get any better than
winning all their conference games and going to the Final Four
after starting 6-and-7.

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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