Kentucky beat No. 21 Arkansas 78-63 in SEC tourney final

Willie Cauley-Stein scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and top-ranked Kentucky never trailed in beating No. 21 Arkansas 78-63 on Sunday in the Southeastern Conference Tournament championship game.
    
The Wildcats (34-0) are only the fourth team to go into the NCAA Tournament undefeated since Indiana finished off the last perfect season with a title in 1976. They paired their 28th SEC tournament title with their 46th regular season championship.
    
Andrew Harrison also scored 15 points for Kentucky, and his brother Aaron had 11.
    
The Razorbacks (26-8) were trying to win their second tournament title and first since 2000. Michael Qualls, coming off the bench for only the second time this season, scored 18 points, while Bobby Portis, the coaches’ pick for SEC player of the year, added 13.
    
Unlike last season when Arkansas swept Kentucky, these Wildcats proved to be just too good.

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