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What player scored the most points in a season of college basketball at the University of Kentucky?


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Answered 2009-04-01 02:48:33

Dan Issel in 1969-1970 scored 948 points in only 28 games for a season avg of 33.9 points per game, which is still the record for points per game avg for a season.

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