Observations: Auburn 66, Kentucky 59

It wasn't the constant, light-em-up offense of the previous two games. But it was still a win — and one over Kentucky — that means so much moving forward.

SF Allen Flanigan (Shanna Lockwood/Auburn Athletics)

There was a feeling Saturday that a Sharife Cooper-led Auburn team wasn’t about to regress to the mean — it was going to free fall and hit terminal velocity towards it.

Auburn’s offense, which was scoring at will despite all of its flaws since Cooper’s clearance by the NCAA, scored just 21 points in the…

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