Mar 15, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; Kentucky Wildcats guard Ryan Harrow (12) shoots against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament at Bridgestone Arena. The Commodores beat the Wildcats 64-48. Mandatory Credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

Former Kentucky Wildcats guard Ryan Harrow scores 27 vs Vanderbilt


The Kentucky Wildcats were left out of the NCAA Tournament last year after suffering through a 21-12 season and a first round loss in the NIT to Robert Morris. Much of that had to do with the poor play at the point guard spot. Ryan Harrow was projected to not only start their for the duration of the season, but many believed he could become an All-SEC players and help lead the Cats back to the Final 4 after winning the National Championship in 2012.

But Harrow couldn’t handle the pressure of being the starting PG for the nation’s best basketball program, and after being benched several times throughout the year for his poor play while also dealing with his sick father back in Georgia, he left the team this past offseason and transferred to Georgia State.

Ironically enough, he got to go up against a team he faced three times while at UK in the Vanderbilt Commodores on Tuesday night. He exploded for a game-high 27 points in narrow-loss at Vandy. For the year, he’s averaging 20 pints per game and looks to be comfortable with his new team.



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