LEXINGTON, Ky. -- There he stood in a baggy sweat shirt and gray pants three sizes too big. He had a scruffy shadow, a wool hat and a dreary gaze.
Alex Poythress looked tired.
On Feb. 15, only hours prior to Kentucky's first loss to Florida on its home floor in six years, Poythress, like the rest of us, wondered how Kentucky had become Samson.
The Wildcats were heroes in the offseason. But once the season started, they failed to meet the expectations that anticipated championships, ...Read full story