Local Cheers for UK

Reported by: Melanie Kendall
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Updated: 3/14 11:27 pm

Not everyone could make it to Atlanta to cheer on UK in the SEC Tournament.

 “It looks like Calipari really came out with a surprise for the fans and we're loving it,” said Solid Blue Fan Stuart Ogilvie.  “Our offense looks great, I don't think we've looked this good all year.”

UK beat LSU 85-67 in the quarterfinal game of the SEC Tournament.

“It's going to hopefully give us momentum and if we win the next couple, it gives us momentum into the finals and maybe we can be like a couple years back and make a run in the Final Four,” said Solid Blue Fan Brandon Thiessen.

“They're going to the basket, rebounding getting second chance points - a lot more aggression,” said Solid Blue Fan Mike Jenson about the team’s playing in this game compared to other times the two teams have met.

Solid Blue Fans are ready for UK to make it to the finals.

 “Florida obviously going to be all the way so we're going to take it from Florida,” said Solid Blue Fan Omar Lazalde.

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