Kentucky's tandem is key to the Cats' chances
In a reversal of recent history, the 2004-05 college basketball season has been all about the upperclassmen. The best players on the best teams have been juniors and seniors, to the betterment of a sport that has seen so much of its talent siphoned off by the NBA.
But here in the banquet of March, youth will be served something larger than a child's portion. Some of America's best freshmen are starting to assert themselves.
Marvin Williams averaged 20 points and 11.5 rebounds ...
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