The calendar has finally turned to the magical month known as March. For Kentucky, March has had two completely different meanings in the last two years.
In 2012, the Wildcats raised their ninth championship banner. That team was a special blend of talented freshmen, some star sophomores and a veteran leader. It was one of the greatest squads in recent memory.
Following up that performance was a team in 2013 which many Kentucky fans would like to forget. Missing the NCAA tournament for the first time under head coach John Calipari, the Wildcats had to go on the road in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament.
Even worse, the Wildcats were bounced in the first round by Robert Morris, a school many fans didn't know existed until the upset.
This brings us to the 2014 version of Kentucky: a team that entered the season with dreams of a 40-0 season, easily winning conference championships and finally making a run in the NCAA tournament. What the Wildcats are, though, is a team somewhere in between the 2012 and 2013 teams.
We know the good this team has to offer, so this slideshow will examine Kentucky's five biggest concerns as it heads into the SEC and NCAA tournaments.