If Kentucky plays like it did the first half against Vanderbilt it could easily lose in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. If the Cats play like they did in the second half at Vanderbilt they could easily be playing in the Final Four. In this topsy-turvy college basketball season, Kentucky went from being down 36-27 at halftime to outscoring Vanderbilt 51-28 in the second half, including a devastating 15-2 run, to win 78-64 over the Commodores. “There was nothing soft about Kentucky the second half about how they played offense,” ESPN analyst Jimmy Dykes said. “They attacked the rim, played downhill and were the aggressor. “This half it was body blow after body blow. Kentucky started to win the physical battles it lost all of the first half.” Credit a lot of that to sophomore point guard Ashton Hagans. He had not been playing well in recent games. To his credit, he admitted as much and he didn’t let two first-half fouls in less than 10 seconds deter his superb play the second half. He finished the game with 11 points, 10 defensive rebounds, eight assists and two steals. More importantly, he had one assist in 32 minutes and it came in the game’s first two minutes when Imma...