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ESPN Updated Bracketology: Three Kentucky Teams Seeded

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imageESPN Bracketology has been updated early this morning by Joe Lunardi. The man has Florida as the overall #1 seed with Arizona, Villanova and Wichita State the remaining one seeds. Here locally, Lunardi has Louisville as a 4-seed playing Stephen F. Austin. Win that match up to face either St. Louis or Louisiana Tech and […]

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SG Charles Matthews Will Announce Tuesday, Kentucky In Mix

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SG Charles Matthews Will Announce Tuesday, Kentucky In MixKentucky will likely have a great class for 2015, you can put money on that. Shooting guard Charles Matthew says he will announce his college decision Tuesday and the Wildcats are in the running. His final five college to chose from are Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan State, Kansas and Marquette. I’m ready… — Charles Matthews (@CMATT_4) […]

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NCAA Tournament Could Be One For The History Books

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final fourMarch Madness is coming in a month and a half.  You can almost smell it, and if you sit long enough you can hear it – at least in the state of Kentucky.  Could this be one that we tell our kids about? Is this the year that analysts will compare to future NCAA tournaments? […]

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