Superdome Floor Has New Home At Rupp Arena

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Updated: 9/12/2012 1:47 pm
There are few people in Kentucky who don't remember the UK basketball team's biggest win last year, but now some people will have a tangible reminder.
        
A piece of the basketball court from the Superdome, where the Wildcats won their eighth national title now has a home in Rupp Arena.

The flooring, which includes the center court logo, was delivered today and will be installed in the locker rooms.

Coach Cal said he team will be walking on a little piece of history; the free throw line where Doron Lamb scored the winning point in the winning game of the national championship.

The rest of the floor will be sold at auction off to raise money for charity
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