OK, I lied again. A couple of more nuggets. The game got so lopsided so soon -- it was 18-2 at the second media timeout, 44-18 at the half, 78-39 when mercifully it ended -- that the Wildcats had to find ways to amuse themselves. Andrew Harrison authored the play of the game by driving hard on a fast break, twirling the ball behind his back and then flipping it over his head off the board and into the hoop. While getting fouled.
But even that wasn't the most outrageous sequence of Victory No. 37. That came inside the final two minutes when the 6-foot-10 forward Trey Lyles sought to throw a lob to the 5-9 Tyler Ulis. The little man's layup missed, but still: How was that for chutzpah?