LEXINGTON - Not all press conferences produce memorable quotes, but that was not the case here Monday.
Kentucky coach Tubby Smith offered a couple of interesting insights into his inner thoughts during questioning Monday about tonight's game at Tennessee.
First came the expected question about former Mason County star Chris Lofton, now the Southeastern Conference's leading 3-point shooter at 50.3 percent for Tennessee.
Smith had to know this question was coming. Lofton is averaging 12.1 points per game. That's more than Rajon Rondo, Ramel Bradley or Joe Crawford, guards Smith took last year instead of Lofton, are averaging for the No. 6 Wildcats.