Kentucky’s run leads the ‘Cats past USF

by Gary Shelton on November 27, 2015 · 0 comments

in College Sports in Florida, general, USF

Perry supplied the Bulls with 14 points./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Perry supplied the Bulls with 14 points./ANDREW J. KRAMER

Friday, 9 p.m.

When it was over, Orlando Antigua might have wanted to go to the locker room with his former team.

Cousins looks on as the Bulls trail in the 2nd half/ANDREW J. KRAMER

Cousins looks on as the Bulls trail in the 2nd half/ANDREW J. KRAMER

After all, that team is perenial NCAA powerhouse Kentucky, which seems loaded for another shot at the title this year. Kentucky had won easily Friday afternoon, beaten Antigua's 1-5 USF team, 84-63.

The thing that separates a talented team from an ordinary one is usually runs during the game. This game was no different. The Wildcats scored the last 15 points of the first half to take a 27-21 lead to 42-21, then coasted.

Chris Perry scored 14 for the Bulls. Jaleel Cousins scored 12 and Jahmal McMurray scored 11. For Kentucky, Jamal Murray scored 21 and Skal Labisserie scord 17.

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