Same old story: Kentucky Wildcats’ failure to change costs them at Georgia

Julius Mays, Jarrod Polson - photo by Gareth Patterson | AP
Julius Mays, Jarrod Polson – photo by Gareth Patterson | AP

doesn’t blame the if they have given up following the Wildcats’ 72-62 loss at on Thursday night.  “If we haven’t changed over the duration of the season, I don’t know what to say,” Goodwin said. “It doesn’t look like anything’s going to change. We’re not giving them a reason to believe in us.”

Instead, people are starting to believe it is going to take a late-season miracle – perhaps winning the Southeastern Conference Tournament – for the Wildcats to get into the Tournament after their second straight loss and fourth consecutive defeat on the road.

It was the same story, different night in Athens Ga., for Kentucky, which had the same issues with battling back from adversity and making the winning plays.

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