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Old 04-01-12, 06:23 AM   #1
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I HOPE THEY BEAT THE SNOT OUT OF UK!
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I thought the Brits only liked futbol.
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It should be a great game, I'm not ready to place my bet, can't seem to count either team out at this point.
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Things did not go so good in the Buckeye state this Sat. night
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First half and KU is down, but they've been there before in this tourney. Good game, Anthony Davis is amazing!!!
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I'm still holding out for LSU...
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That first half was amazing . . . a war in the paint. Kentucky just had too much talent for them.

A lot of those kids on the floor last night will be pros within a couple years.
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That first half was amazing . . . a war in the paint. Kentucky just had too much talent for them.

A lot of those kids on the floor last night will be pros within a couple years.
....and living in their car after 10 years.
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i've been waiting a long time for another championship for my beloved wildcats!
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UK was just too powerful. I knew KU's usual tournament strategy would not work against UK. I was hoping the other KU was going to show up. BTW-I was on the UK campus when they won it in '98. Mass hysteria that could of turned into full on psycho pandemonium any second but didn't. Pretty wild being in the middle of that.
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