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LOOKING BACK ON RIVALRY: KENTUCKY VS. LOUISVILLE
Here we are again, that time of year when maybe our house is divided or we are solely rooting for either the Cats or the Cards. Although the Kentucky/Louisville rivalry game doesn't have an official name, it has been ranked among the top rivalries in NCAA basketball history.
HIDE YOUR COUCHES
The good news, Kentucky is in the Sweet 16™, the bad news? No couch is safe in the event they make their first trip to the Final Four™ since 2015.
POETRY IN MOTION
I hate poetry. I've never liked it. (Unless we're talking about songs, which, I suppose is poetry.) That doesn't mean I haven't written a poem. I have. I've written exactly two.
CATS VS. BADGERS
Excitement is building around the country as four teams get set for the Final Four at AT&T Stadium in NorthTexas/Arlington/Dallas-Ft. Worth/the Metroplex (pick one...it'll work).
FUN IN TEXAS
After Kentucky beat Michigan, after all the interviews, after all the guys and the coaching staff had climbed the ladder and cut down the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional nets, John Calipari said this to his team in the Lucas Oil Stadium locker room:
FROM A THREE TO THE FOUR
Michigan was a big concern. They shoot threes with the frequency that most of us inhale and exhale. And the Wolverines' Nik Stauskas did just that. He's just tough to stop.
WARE WILL HE LAND?
Less than a day after the reigning National Champ Louisville Cardinals lost to Kentucky in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, Kevin Ware has announced he is transferring and he will finish his collegiate career somewhere else.
A KENTUCKY VERSION OF "ROYALS"
Now that Kentucky is back in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, their fans, as usual, are celebrating in some very unique ways. One popular way? Through song. These four guys are no exception. Here is their re-working of Lorde's huge hit "Royals" with UK basketball inspired lyrics.
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NO SERIOUSLY, MY BRACKET
Okay. Now that I've wrapped up the silliness. It's time to get down to serious business with the 2014 NCAA Tournament. (But, you know, I probably should fill out a bracket based on that silliness and see how well it does.)

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