Kentucky Wildcats 1977-1978

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  • Hardwood History

      Joe B. Hall returned a loaded lineup from his '77 SEC Championship team and entered the 1978 season ranked #2 in the preseason AP Poll.  After starting the season with 14 straight wins the Wildcats would finish 25-2 and repeat as SEC Champions.

      Kentucky's balanced attack was led by senior Jack Givens' 18 points per game with four others averaging in double figures.  How dominant was this UK team? Well, the Wildcats were ranked #1 in the country for 13 of the 15 possible weeks during the season.  They also had to beat three ranked teams just to get into the Final Four.  First it was #13 ranked Florida State, then it was #19 Miami OH, and in the regional final they squeaked past #4 Michigan State.

      Things didn't get easier at the Final Four in St. Louis.  Future SEC foe, Arkansas, and their star Sidney Moncrief were waiting for the Cats.  A hard fought 64-59 win setup a National Title game against #7 Duke.

      On that Monday night Jack "Goose" Givens put on a show college basketball would never forget!  His 41 point, 8 rebound performance led Kentucky over the Blue Devils 94-88 giving the school it's 5th National Championship.

      "We won it for the people of Kentucky." -Jack Givens

      • Modern Standard-Length Fit - SIZE CHART 
      • Material: Double Ply 100% Pro Aero Mesh 
      • Hemmed Pocket at Both Sides
      • Elastic Waistband with Drawstring 
      • Sublimated Team Graphics 
      • Officially Licensed 
      • Made in China 
      • All Designs are trademarks of 19nine, LLC.

Customer Reviews

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Deshawn Pearson
Kentucky Shorts 1977-78

They fit well and I like them!!!

Foster Devine
‘77-‘78 Kentucky Wildcats Home Shorts

I liked these so much, I ordered the Away pair too. Soon as my size in the ‘84-‘85 pair is restocked, I’ll get those too. They’re just like the ones Kenny Walker played in.
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Kentucky Wildcats 1977-1978

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Kentucky Wildcats 1977-1978