ESPN Gameday Crew On 'Kentucky Effect'

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 2/23/2013 7:50 pm
The basketball Cats will be tipping things off with the Missouri Tigers in about an hour at Rupp Arena.

A packed house sure to be rowdy and rough tonight on Mizzou should be on hand.

The Tigers are just 1-5 in SEC road games this season.  That lone win coming against dead last Mississippi State, who scored just 31 points today in a loss to Vandy (72-31).

But just how much does the crowd come into play for big games?  Or is there such a thing as homecourt advantage?

ESPN's Rece Davis and Jay Bilas weighed in on the 'Kentucky Effect,' and just how much of an impact it has had, and will continue to have on the team's performance.

Check out the video for their responses.
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