No. 1 Kentucky is still on track to go down in history as one of the greatest teams in college basketball history as they improved to 34-0 with a 78-63 win in the SEC title game over No. 21 Arkansas.
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The Wildcats dominated throughout the game as they established themselves as the clear favorites to win the 2015 NCAA Tournament.
Wildcats forward Willie Cauley-Stein led the way with 15 points on 5-for-6 shooting while grabbing 10 rebounds.
The Harrison twins also contributed greatly as Andrew also scored 15 points while Aaron added 11.
For the Razorbacks, guard Michael Qualls scored 18 points while forward Bobby Portis added 13.
Arkansas is a lock to make the tournament with a 26-8 record, and they will likely make it as a fourth or fifth seed as they look to represent a thin SEC.
Kentucky will look to finish off their incredible season with a 40-0 record after falling just short in an incredible underdog run last season.