By LARRY VAUGHT
Watching Kentucky beat Arkansas and then Vanderbilt in convincing fashion in a 48-hour period certainly impressed Missouri coach Kim Anderson going into Wednesday night’s game in Rupp Arena.
Kentucky has again been solid at home this year while Missouri has struggled to win on the road.
“With our guys, we’re young. I talk more about opportunity to go in and play a team like Kentucky. It was the same thing kind of with (Texas) A&M. You get a chance to go in and play a ranked team. A team that’s an experienced team,” Hamilton said Monday on the SEC coaches teleconference. “Kentucky has a measure of experience with a guy like – even though (Tyler) Ulis is young, he’s played a year and (Alex) Poythress has played. They have some experience.