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Cats Prep for Louisville in Final Four!

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 3/27/2012 8:07 pm
Kentucky and Louisville have never met in the Final Four. 

Combined, the two programs have more tournament appearances than the "Tobacco Road" duo of Duke and UNC.

In fact, the Cats and Cards pedigrees have them in the top ten in basically every major category you look at in the record books.  Basketball history, it seems, lies in the Commonwealth.

So how are Coach Cal and his Cats preparing for "The Rivalry?"  Watch the videos to find out just that!

And tune in to ABC 36 News all this week for plenty of Solid Blue coverage from New Orleans as Dan Rieffer makes his way to the Big Easy for the second time this season!
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