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Kentucky coach John Calipari was ejected from Saturday night's game and didn't talk to reporters after South Carolina beat the 17th-ranked Wildcats 72-67.
Arkansas didn't need a spectacular dunk to beat No. 17 Kentucky in overtime this time around.
In arguably its biggest game of the season, Mississippi fell flat.
Kentucky's Julius Randle started his big night with a few dunks, then made a boatload of free throws and capped it off with a difficult finish in the lane to seal the victory.
Once again, Kentucky gave coach John Calipari a win and no shortage of teaching points.
The Auburn Tigers were hammered on the boards and couldn't hold on after keeping it close most of the way.
Kentucky never lost sight of Marshall Henderson.
With six minutes to go Saturday, Jordan Clarkson hit a fadeaway and pumped his fist nonchalantly, as if he knew Missouri could finally catch up with Kentucky.
Kentucky's back to having fun.