How the struggles of 2014 propelled perfection in 2015
03/10/2015 07:30 PM
After starting the season ranked as the top team in the nation, the Kentucky Wildcats struggled under the weight of the hype for much of the 2014 season before its epic run to the NCAA championship game where it lost to UConn as an 8 seed.
Key players Andrew Harrison, Aaron Harrison, Willie Cauley-Stein, and others returned to UK in 2015 with only one goal in mind: an NCAA title. Adding fab freshmen Karl-Anthony Towns, Tyler Ulis, and Trey Lyles to the 2015 roster sure helped, too.
In our SEC Tournament Preview Special, KSTV’s Thomas Beisner and Mark Krebs discuss how the ups and downs of 2014 prepared the Cats to reach greatness in 2015 — and to hopefully cut down the nets in Indianapolis.