Kentucky hasn't lived up to expectations in 2013-14 just yet, but there's plenty of time for the Wildcats to turn the season around.
Kentucky started the season ranked as No. 1 in the country, with plans to breeze through conference play, setting up a run for its ninth national title. However, the Wildcats' youth showed throughout the season as they lost games to teams with less talent, struggled on the road and often looked lethargic.
With the calendar turning to March, Kentucky has limped into the postseason instead of flying high. Over their last four games, the Wildcats have lost at home to Arkansas, fallen to lowly South Carolina and been blown out by Florida.
This slideshow will grade the Wildcats in certain areas.