Solid Blue Fans Ready for SEC Championship

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Updated: 3/10/2012 7:37 pm
  It was a close call for the Kentucky Wildcats as they squeek a win out over the Florida Gators.  But, Solid Blue fans at Harry's, the SEC tournament headquarters, say a win is a win.

     "I guarantee you this is better, in my opinion, winning a tough one than losing one," says Steve Graves.

     Saturday's victory over the Gators was a first for one Solid Blue fan.  Jiangyuma is from China and had never watched the Wildcats play before.

     "I think it was a great game and I was very excited to be with everybody and cheering for the team," she explains.

     One person whose, not only seen his fair share of Kentucky basketball games, but also played in some, is former Wildcat Steve Lochmueller.  He's a big fan of this year's team and head coach John Calipari.

     "The job John's done with this team in bringing them together as a team is just one of the unbelievable coaching jobs I've ever seen," comments Lochmueller.

     And he has high hopes for the SEC AND NCAA tournaments.

     "We're going to win it all, you know, I'm a Kentucky man, that's exactly what we're going to do.  We're going to bring that 8th Championship home," he says.

     Don't forget, We'll be at Drake's on Sunday from noon to 1 P.M. for the Solid Blue SEC preview before the Championship game.
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