Update: KY's Lead Over TN Narrows In Blood Drive

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/21/2013 11:58 pm
The Big Blue Crush competition is neck-and-neck as it enters its final day.

The Kentucky Blood Center says Tennessee out donated Kentucky again Thursday.

The Vols are now behind KY by just nine.

The blood center says that as of Thursday evening, Kentucky leads 2,732 to 2,723.

The annual blood drive helps make sure there's a sufficient blood supply for Kentuckians during the holidays.

Anyone who donates will receive a long-sleeve, Big Blue Crush t-shirt and a coupon for a McDonald’s McCafe’ beverage.

Click here
to find a donation location or schedule an appointment.

You can also call 1-800-775-2522.

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