Day Three: Kentucky Still Leads in Big Blue Crush

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Updated: 11/20/2013 10:09 pm
After three days, Kentucky still leads Tennessee in the Big Blue Crush blood drive.

At the end of the day Wednesday, the Kentucky Blood Center had 2,079 donations. The Tennessee total is 2,007. It's the 26th year for the competition. Kentucky has won 12 times, to Tennessee's 12. There has been one tie.

Donors get a long-sleeve T-shirt and a coupon for a McDonald's McCafe beverage. Find out more about where and when to give by clicking here.
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