Not only was Kentucky’s season at a crossroads, but so might have been Ryan Harrow’s future with the Wildcats. The sophomore guard had scored in double figures in 12 of 14 games going into last week and seemed to have firmly settled into being UK’s point guard. However, then he regressed. Not just a bit, but a bunch. In a 17-point loss at Florida, he missed all three shots he took, didn’t score and had just one assist and one rebound. However, he was even less productive in a 30-point loss at Tennessee on Saturday when he lost his starting job to Jarrod Polson and went 0-for-2 from the field and didn’t have a point, rebound or assist.