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26th Annual "Big Blue Crush" Blood Drive

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Updated: 11/18/2013 1:19 pm
The University of Kentucky is going head to head with the University of Tennessee and they need your help.

The basketball game is still almost two weeks away, but the Kentucky Blood Center's Big Blue Crush has already started.

If you donate blood any time this week, you'll not only help the Cats beat the Vols in the 26th annual blood drive competition, you'll also get a t-shirt and a free McCafe drink from McDonalds.

To get more information or schedule a donation visit kybloodcenter.org.
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