Associated Press voters confused by Cats?

Associated Press poll voters seem to be having as hard a time figuring out Kentucky this season as some fans are.

In a quick perusal of the 36 ballots submitted this week by the poll voters,  two ballots had the Cats rated as high as No. 9 in the nation and one that had them ranked as low as No. 23.

Most voters (this one included) had the Cats somewhere between 12 and 16. Full disclosure: On my ballot, I have them ranked No. 13.

In the latest Bracketology put out by ESPN’s Charlie Crème on Monday, Kentucky is a No. 4 seed in Lexington, with a potential matchup against fifth-seeded California in the second round.

According to Crème, the winner would advance to South Bend, where a likely matchup with unbeaten Notre Dame would be on the horizon.

About Jennifer Smith

Jen Smith has been a sports writer at the Herald-Leader since 2000, covering everything from high school sports to auto racing to various University of Kentucky sports. A native of Louisville and a graduate of the University of Kentucky (much to the dismay of her Louisville graduate mother and Indiana graduate father), Jen now resides in downtown Lexington with her husband and two young sons. You can follow her on Twitter @jenheraldleader or send her an email at jsmith3@herald-leader.com.
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