Kentucky Wildcats freshman Johnny Juzang announced Friday he is transferring from the school.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/51W 69-62
- 11/8W 91-49
- 11/12L 67-64
- 11/18W 82-74
- 11/22W 82-62
- 11/24W 81-56
- 11/29W 69-58
- 12/7W 83-52
- 12/14W 67-53
- 12/18L 69-66
- 12/215L 71-65
- 12/283W 78-70
- 1/4W 71-59
- 1/7W 78-69
- 1/11W 76-67
- 1/15L 81-78
- 1/18W 73-66
- 1/21W 89-79
- 1/2518W 76-74
- 1/29W 71-62
- 2/117L 75-66
- 2/4W 80-72
- 2/8W 77-64
- 2/11W 78-64
- 2/15W 67-62
- 2/18W 79-76
- 2/22W 65-59
- 2/25W 69-60
- 2/2915W 73-66
- 3/3L 81-73
- 3/7W 71-70
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ESPN.com panelists share their thoughts and opinions on the Sweet 16 for the East and West regions.
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