NASHVILLE – Undefeated, top-ranked Kentucky (34-0, 18-0) held serve Sunday in the championship game of the SEC Tournament, beating Arkansas (26-8, 13-5) for the second time this season, this time by the final of 78-63.
Scout's Dean Legge and Ben Love looked back on the Cats' win and discussed the implications for both teams moving forward into the NCAA Tournament, a 68-team field that will be released later this afternoon.
SEC Finals Recap: Kentucky over Arkansas
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