Kentucky Vs. Indiana Score, 2012 NCAA Tournament: Wildcats Hold Second Half Lead

It's going to be a long road back for the Indiana Hoosiers. The Kentucky Wildcats are looking just a little too good offensively at the moment. They lead 76-66 with just under 10 minutes remaining in the second half, and they don't appear to have an answer on the defensive end.

Terrence Jones was great in the first half and Indiana has accounted for him, but others have stepped up around him. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Doron Lamb both have 17 points in the game. Anthony Davis is back on the floor after sitting out much of the first half, and his presence has improved Kentucky's defense dramatically. Indiana is struggling to get anything easy inside, in contrast to what they did in the time that Davis was not on the floor.

For up-to-the-minute scores on all NCAA Tournament games, please check out SI.com's complete scoreboard.

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