Head coach John Calipari has the Wildcats back on top, much to the delight of the many, many fans comprising Big Blue Nation. Join the masses on game day with Kentucky basketball tickets and reserve your place at Rupp Arena for another thrilling season of one of the most successful programs in NCAA history.
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Top-25 Berth Still A Possibility for 2012-13 Wildcats
Kentucky Coach John Calipari won his first NCAA National Championship last season and subsequently lost most of his squad to the NBA Draft, but hopes were still high for this year’s squad as he filled the gaps by bringing in the No. 2 recruiting class in the country. Unfortunately, the young squad failed to mesh early on, losing three of its first eight games, but they're starting to look like contenders after all. The Wildcats are currently unranked at 11-5, but have key, winnable games on the schedule that can thrust them into the top 25, and Coach Calipari certainly has the talent to do so. Freshmen Archie Goodwin, and Alex Poythress are starting to come along at the right time, so this should be a team to look out for when March Madness rolls around.
The Wildcats still have three games against currently ranked teams, including two against the Florida Gators (12-2) on Feb. 12 and the season finale on March 9, and a home game against No. 10 Missouri Tigers (13-3) on Feb. 23. In the midst of those matchups, they'll go on the road a couple of times to face tough teams like the Texas A&M Aggies (12-3) on Feb. 2nd and the Arkansas Razorbacks (11-5) on March 2.Get your Kentucky Wildcats tickets now to see this burgeoning squad make its case for a 2013 NCAA Tournament bid.