The Kentucky Wildcats entered conference play with a stout 14-1 record, with one hiccup on the road against Indiana. They currently sit at 17-1, 3-0 in conference play.
As the second-ranked team in the nation (via B/R's top 25), Kentucky will be favored in any venue they travel to across the Southeastern Conference.
Kentucky will get each team's best shot. The proverbial bull's-eye has not left the back of Kentucky's program since John Calipari landed in Lexington. Seemingly easy opponents (I'm looking at you, Arkansas-Little Rock) will stick around longer than expected and give the Big Blue Nation a few tense moments.
Talent-wise, Kentucky is second to none in the SEC. Florida, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Alabama all have solid squads that could deal Kentucky a loss if Calipari's squad comes out flat. Depth will almost certainly force Calipari's hand into playing reserves more often, which may make games closer than usual.
The Wildcats kicked off their conference play with a win against South Carolina on January 7th. Here's a look at what the rest of their schedule looks like.
Records and analysis in this list will be updated weekly, so check back to see what you Kentucky Wildcats are up against.