Perhaps a team's ability to rally late in a game, even if it doesn't pull out a victory, can carry over to the next game.
If that's the case, then South Carolina might be in a whole lot of trouble Tuesday night when No. 16 Auburn visits Colonial Life Arena for an SEC matchup.
The Tigers (13-4, 2-2 SEC) wiped out a 17-point second-half deficit Saturday and took a late lead on Kentucky before falling 82-80 in Auburn Arena, getting 28 points on just nine field goal attempts from Bryce Brown. He was 6 of 7 on 3-pointers, but his heroics weren't enough to stop the Wildcats.