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Cats and Cards: Doesn't Get Any Bigger!

Reported by: Alex Risen

Reported by: Dan Rieffer
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Updated: 3/30/2012 8:12 pm
Kentucky and Louisville are two huge rivals.  Typically, one regular season match up is enough fuel for the fire between these two teams, their coaches and the fan bases.

But in this season, one game wasn't enough.  The Cats and Cards will meet up for round two on Saturday night at 6:09.  An unreal dream come true for Solid Blue fans.

It doesn't get any bigger than this one...unless the two meet again in a national title game.

Dan Rieffer has you covered from the locker rooms to Bourbon Street, as the Cats and Cards countdown continues to tick.
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