One sparkled, the other struggled. Ryan Harrow continued his upward trend. The sophomore turned in his best game of the season on Saturday as Kentucky mashed Marshall, 82-54, at Rupp Arena. He hit 10 of 17 shots, scored a career-high 23 points, and earned the holiday praise of his head coach.
“When he’s playing the right way, with aggressiveness, talking to his teammates, that look in his eye,” said John Calipari, “he’s as good as anybody in the country right now.”
Archie Goodwin went every which way. The freshman also took 17 shots, but made only four. He managed to score 18 points, thanks to a 10-of-11 effort from the foul line, but he also turned it over four times.