Brandon Knight followed up his first game, last-second heroics with a huge career-best game that elevated Kentucky into the Sweet 16.
Knight, the Wildcats' fabulous freshman point guard, scored 30 points in the round of 32 win against West Virginia.
He was 9-of-20 from the field, including 3-of-8 from beyond the arc.
Knight was also 9-of-10 from the free-throw line, and he grabbed three rebounds, as well as handing out four assists.
Knight is the sixth freshman in the past five years to have a 30-point performance in the NCAA tournament.
The others are:
Stephen Curry—Davidson (2007): 30 points
Edgar Sosa—Louisville (2007): 31 points
Kevin Durant—Texas (2007): 30 points
Tajuan Porter—Oregon (2007): 33 points
Tyreke Evans—Memphis (2009) 33 points
Note: Only Knight and Porter's teams won their games on these days.