In his preview of the 2013 SEC Championship game between the Kentucky Wildcats and the Texas A&M Aggies, Greg Alan Edwards at SB Nation's A Sea of Blue describes how the Wildcats have been winning with "whatever it takes to get the job done." And head coach Matthew Mitchell's style of whatever it takes basketball makes Kentucky hard to scout.
Matthew Mitchell has used a variety of coaching methods this last couple of weeks. He has played at a breakneck pace for both offense and defense, has used his deep bench to literally run his opponents for the entire game from start to finish on both sides of the ball, and he has used stretches of ball control offense to grind down the clock. As a result, no one really knows what he will have the UK Lady Wildcats doing today.
The Wildcats have been in this position three out of the last four seasons, playing for a championship. But the crown has evaded them in each of these attempts. Can Mitchell, the winningest coach in Kentucky women's basketball history, get it done? It's only taken him six season to reach that milestone - it seems it could be only hours before he helps the Wildcats to it's first SEC tournament title since 1982.
But if anyone can figure out what Mitchell is doing, it might be Gary Blair. We'll find out today at 6 p.m. ET, on ESPN2.
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