(LEXINGTON, Ky.) — When they put it all togehter, Kentucky can look like the best team in college basketball, and they showed that on Saturday as the 14th ranked Wildcats dominated Georgia for a 79-54 win.
Kentucky spread the wealth on offense, as four players scored in double-figures. Guard Aaron Harrison led the way for Kentucky with 15 points while forward Julius Randle added 14 points and had nine rebounds.
Defensively, Kentucky center Willie Caulley-Stein had a tremendous game for Kentucky on Saturday. He scored eight points pulled down three rebounds, but also had six steals and six blocks on the day.
With the win, Kentucky improves to 15-4, and improved to 5-1 in the SEC. Meanwhile, Georgia fell to 10-8 despite a 4-2 SEC record.
It was a tough day for Georgia all around, especially on offense. They had just two players score in double figures. Forward Brandon Davis led the way with 15 points while Marcus Thornton added 10 points for the Bulldogs.
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John Newsome and Anne Woolsey, CNN