About halfway through the regular season, Kentucky has been mostly a disappointment with just a 13-4 record. There is still time to turn things around, but there are a lot of questions surrounding the program.
For those who watch this team regularly, it is clear there is plenty of talent on the roster. The squad has impressive wins over Duke and Louisville, and when playing to its potential, it can still contend for an SEC title and possibly more.
The problem is the Wildcats aren't always playing at their peak level, which has led to disappointing losses to UCLA, Ohio State, LSU and most recently Auburn.
There are certainly highlights at both the team and individual level, including some big-time performances by Jamal Murray and Tyler Ulis. The problem is most fans are rightfully focused on what is going wrong and how to right the ship.
With a few months still remaining in the season, here is a look at the biggest questions surrounding Kentucky basketball.