- Thursday, January 19 1928 -
Kentucky - 7 (Head Coach: John Mauer)
Maryland - 37 (Head Coach: H. Burton Shipley)
Halftime Score: Maryland 16, Kentucky 1
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Game Writeup -
MARYLAND SWAMPS KENTUCKY 37-7
Only One Field Goal Scored by Kentucky; That in Last Half
COLLEGE PARK, Md., Jan. 19 -- Bewildered by and unable to penetrate the University of Maryland's five-man defense, the University of Kentucky basketball team absorbed a 37 to 7 defeat here tonight before 1,200 Maryland fans. The score at the end of the first half was 16 to 1.
The Kentuckians were able to score only one field goal during the entire game, which was made by Gilb, a substitute, in the last six minutes of play.
Resorting to long shots in the second period, the Kentucky five enjoyed little or no success at this style of game as the score indicates.
The Maryland team was led to victory by the individual brilliance of Julie Radice and Thurston Dean. Radice was high scorer of the game with 10 points.