Kentucky uses second-half surge to down Louisville

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Updated: December 28, 2013

Lexington, KY (SportsNetwork.com) – James Young and Andrew Harrison both
totaled 18 points, as No. 18 Kentucky used a second-half surge to pull away
from No. 6 Louisville and post an 73-66 victory in the 46th revival of an
intra-state rivalry on Saturday.

Julius Randle had 17 and Aaron Harrison poured in 10 points for the Wildcats
(10-3), who have taken three of their last four outings. Young and Willie
Cauley-Stein pulled down a game-best 10 rebounds.

A game-high 19 points by Russ Smith wasn’t enough for the Cardinals (11-2),
who suffered their first loss since a 94-83 setback to North Carolina on Nov.
24.

Chris Jones was the only other Louisville player in double digits, tallying 18
in defeat.