This season has not been Kentucky basketball.
Whether it was losing at home to Baylor and Texas A&M, not being ranked for most of the year or even John Calipari ditching his tie, this year couldn't be worse for the Wildcats.
There is no dominant point guard play this year for Kentucky and the freshmen on the floor have not been playing close to expectations. Without Nerlens Noel on the floor, Kentucky has gone smaller with moving Alex Poythress to the power forward spot.
While this has made the Wildcats quicker and easier to press, they have not had a dominant defensive game and still look lost on offense.
With a couple of games remaining and Kentucky squarely on the bubble, there are questions that need to be answered in March.