- Saturday, January 22 1910 -
Georgetown College - 11 (Head Coach: Robert Hinton)
Kentucky - 31 (Head Coach: Edwin R. Sweetland)
Halftime Score: Kentucky 13, Georgetown 5
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Game Writeup - Lexington Leader
OVER GEORGETOWN COLLEGE BASKET BALL TEAM BY SCORE OF 31 TO 11
The Georgetown basket ball team was easily defeated by the blue and white squad of State University Saturday night by the score of 31 to 11. The game was the first contest played in the armory which has just been fitted out for this purpose. The contest was clean and fast, but it was evident all along that State had the better team. The State boys took the lead at the beginning and constantly increased the breach between themselves and their opponents.
Game Writeup - The Georgetonian (February 1910)
Jan. 22 - Ky. State sprung a very unpleasant surprise on Georgetown and beat her 31-11 in Buell Armory. State has a better team than has been generally supposed. Tudor held Plummer to one goal. Marx of State got four goals and Fox the elongated center starred with six.
Game Writeup - Lexington Herald
STATE TEAM PUTS GEORGETOWN DOWN
Score of 31 to 11 Is Rolled Up by Local University Five
By a score of 31 to 11 the State University basketball team defeated the team from Georgetown College in Buell Armory at State University Saturday evening.
At no time was the game close and the State five had their opponents outclassed from the first sound of the whistle to the last. Georgetown was defeated largely on account of her lack of team work and training. The individual players were almost as good as those of the blue and white, but inexperience and lack of training showed up in many instances.
At the end of the first half the score stood 13 to 5, and during the second field goal after field goal was made until State secured 31 points.
The best individual playing was done by Fox and Marks for State and by Kennedy and Bradford for Georgetown. The score was as follows: