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Solid Blue Fans In a Final Four Frenzy

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 4/01/2012 12:08 am
As the Final Four game between Kentucky and Louisville ended, the party in the streets of Lexington was only just beginning.
 
Thousands of Solid Blue fans filled the streets in celebration of UK's win over their in-state rival.

The celebration turned ugly as the night wore on. Reports of overturned cars and objects being burned came in throughout the night. Police in riot gear were called in to try to calm the crowd.

Kentucky will now play Monday night versus Kansas for a chance to earn the school's eight national title.



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