Gameday: Kentucky at Georgia
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UK Plays Second Straight SEC Game on Road
Fresh off a 90-72 win at Knoxville and Jodie Meeks’ record setting performance, the Wildcats hit the road again, traveling to Georgia where they’ll look to remain perfect in the SEC. The game will be televised regionally on Raycom.
Meeks led all scorers, and the UK basketball program for that matter, with a school record 54 points against Tennessee. The 6-4 junior was 15-22 from the field, including a school record 10-15 behind the three-point line and a perfect 14-14 from the free throw line. Meeks also pulled down eight rebounds, while dishing out four assists. Patrick Patterson recorded a game-high 12 rebounds and Michael Porter added a game-high six assists.
As a team, the Wildcats shot a blistering 63.2 percent from three-point range, and 90 percent from the free throw line.
- Kentucky is in its 106th season of basketball.
- Kentucky is the all-time NCAA leader in wins with 1,979.
- The Wildcats are 109-23 all-time against Georgia, including a 37-15 record in Athens.
- Jodie Meeks leads the Southeastern Conference and ranks fourth nationally in scoring (25.9 ppg).
- Patrick Patterson ranks fourth in the nation in FG percentage (69.4) and 28th in rebounding (9.4).
- Patterson is the only player in the SEC to rank in the top five in scoring (4th - 18.4) and rebounding (3rd - 9.4).
- UK ranks third in the country in blocked shots per game (7.2) and free throw percentage (79.3) while ranking fifth nationally in field goal percentage (50.8) and 10th in assists/game (17.8).
- Patrick Patterson has recorded nine double-doubles this season and 15 in his career, tying him for 22nd on UK’s all-time double-doubles list.
- UK is 12-0 when leading at the half this season.
- Ramon Harris is 8-for-8 from the field and has averaged six rpg in UK’s last two games.
- Kentucky has not allowed an opponent to shoot 50 percent or higher from the field this season.