#1 Kentucky Falls to Indiana

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Updated: 12/11/2011 12:38 am
The #1 Kentucky Wildcats came into Saturday's match-up with Indiana undefeated...but left thinking "one" was the unluckiest of numbers.

Doron Lamb led the effort for the Cats with 19 points.  Michael Kidd-Gilchrist had 18 and Marquis Teague finished with 15...all in the second half.  But the point totals and 6 blocked shots weren't enough for UK to down IU.

The Hoosiers scored more points on the Wildcats than any other team...including North Carolina and Kansas.  The Cats also had 17 turnovers...leading to their loss in Bloomington.

IU improves to 9-0 as Kentucky falls to 8-1 on the season. 

The question left in everyone's mind...why didn't the Cats foul with one to give? Watch the video above for the post-game reaction and response from Coach Cal and his team as Dan Rieffer has the report from Assembly Hall.
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