Beyond the Glory (2001–2005)

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Must see for any Kentucky Wildcat fan
5 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a show about the "Unforgettables". The 1991-1992 UK basketball team that lost in the East Regional Finals 104-103, in overtime, to eventual national champion Duke in the NCAA tournament. That game is one that is considered by many people as the best college basketball game ever.

The show details the UK basketball tradition and the history of the players on the team. It highlights Richie Farmer, Deron Feldhaus, John Pelphrey and Sean Woods. These four players were all either from Kentucky or had Kentucky roots. The 5th player on that team was Jamal Mashburn. This was a team that was not expected to be that good. Mashburn was known to be an outstanding player but the other four players were considered just average.

This show follows the team and the determination and dedication it took to go this far.

Definitely a must see for any Kentucky Wildcat fan and a great show for any basketball fan in general.


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