Five questions from Kentucky's shocking March Madness upset loss to Saint Peter's 

Kentucky’s 85-79 loss to No. 15 seed Saint Peter’s is a shocking end to a season where Kentucky never quite got over the proverbial hump. 

What sunk Kentucky in its loss to Saint Peter's? 

The Wildcats lost the battle on the perimeter. Kentucky's guards offered very little offensively throughout the game 


What are the historical implications of Kentucky's loss? 

Losing to the Peacocks has to rank very near the top for disappointing surprises in UK's NCAA tournament history. 


Where does this rank on the list of disappointments for Wildcats fans? 

losing to a No. 1 seed like the Blue Devils isn't quite the same as falling to No. 15 seed Saint Peter's.


Can the Peacocks win another game? 

Why not? Are the Peacocks any more of an underdog than Oral Roberts? ORU turned the same trick way back in... last year! 


What is the ceiling for Saint Peter's? 

First they need an opponent, a certain mid-major emerging from the Murray State-San Francisco portion of the East bracket. But that's tomorrow's story. 


The Wildcats hadn’t suffered an NCAA Tournament loss to a double-digit seed since 1982, when they lost to No. 11 seed Middle Tennessee State. 

Suffice it to say that this 2 vs. 15 upset is one that will be remembered in Lexington for some time to come.