Kentucky forward Willie Cauley-Stein holds the trophy after the Wildcats won the SEC tournament title by beating Arkansas 78-63 on Sunday. Now Kentucky, at 34-0, will go after the biggest trophy of all and a chance to be the first undefeated national champion since Indiana in 1976.
Kentucky forward Willie Cauley-Stein holds the trophy after the Wildcats won the SEC tournament title by beating Arkansas 78-63 on Sunday. Now Kentucky, at 34-0, will go after the biggest trophy of all and a chance to be the first undefeated national champion since Indiana in 1976. Steve Helber AP
Kentucky forward Willie Cauley-Stein holds the trophy after the Wildcats won the SEC tournament title by beating Arkansas 78-63 on Sunday. Now Kentucky, at 34-0, will go after the biggest trophy of all and a chance to be the first undefeated national champion since Indiana in 1976. Steve Helber AP

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Linda Robertson has been a reporter at the Herald since 1983. She writes sports features and columns and has covered both the Winter and Summer Olympics beat.