University of South Carolina's Sam Muldrow drives the lane against Kentucky's Demarcus Cousins in the first half at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C.
University of South Carolina's Sam Muldrow drives the lane against Kentucky's Demarcus Cousins in the first half at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C.
University of South Carolina's Sam Muldrow drives the lane against Kentucky's Demarcus Cousins in the first half at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, S.C.

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