Harrison Twins Lead UK To Comeback Win Over Cleveland State, 68-61

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Updated: 11/25/2013 10:29 pm
The University of Kentucky Wildcats chalked up another 'w' Monday night. But it wasn't easy.

The third-ranked Wildcats pulled out a 68-61 win over the Cleveland State Vikings.

Cleveland State led much of the way, with the Cats finally pulling away at the end, thanks in part to Andrew and Aaron Harrison.

Kentucky trailed by 10 with 7:41 left in the game when the Wildcats went on a 21-3 run to pull out the seven-point victory.

Julius Randle led four Wildcats in double-figures with 15-points to go along with 15-rebounds.

Highlights and reaction, tonight on ABC 36 News at 11.
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