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Duke Exhibits Early Final 4 Cachet

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What we learned while watching No. 9 Duke establish its credentials as a legitimate Final Four challenger in a 75-68 victory over No. 3 Kentucky in the nightcap of the Champions Classic doubleheader Tuesday at the Georgia Dome.

Kentucky Needs Ryan Harrow

UK coach John Calipari recruited Harrow as a transfer roughly 18 months ago, figuring the options in the 2012 point guard class would not be exceptional and that a year in the program might turn Harrow into just the playmaker the Wildcats would need.

After two games, we haven’t seen enough of Harrow to have a clue.

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