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By LARRY VAUGHT
Was the first half against Ole Miss what the Kentucky players had been expecting this season?
“Yeah, I mean, of course everything isn’t going to go as smoothly as you think it is before. So, yeah, it was fun,” Aaron Harrison said. “That’s probably how every team wants to play every game and it’s not gonna happen.
“You always have bad games and you just don’t have the energy there and stuff like that. So that’s what we’re working on: just having energy. I think that whole big run just came from energy and enthusiasm.”