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Solid Blue Fans Reeling From Louisville Loss

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Updated: 12/29/2012 9:36 pm
     Solid Blue Fans had a rough Saturday.

     For the first time since John Calipari took over the UK Basketball Team, the Wildcats lost to in-state rival Louisville by three points.

     Solid Blue Fans were obviously hoping for a different result, but say they were tempering their expectations going into the game, because of the Cardinals experience and UK's early season struggles.

     Some fans say Saturday's close game was a step in the right direction for the Cats, and say they're sticking with this team through thick and thin.

   
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Bullhocky - 12/30/2012 1:10 PM
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According to my memory it is more than 2 months until March 2013 and it seems foolish to me to be reeling because the UK team lost to a seasoned Louisville team. This is not last year's team and it is not year before last's team. Give Cal a little time and these players will become a team capable of beating most if not all opponents.
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