UK To Shift Police Patrol After Fight Before UK- Western Kentucky Game

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 9/20/2012 12:00 am
UK vows to shift some police after a fight Saturday before the Kentucky-Western Kentucky game.

The video is from YouTube and came to ABC 36 from WDRB in Louisville.

It shows a group of men beating up a man.

Several of them are wearing blue and white.

The man is on the ground, being hit.

He's also kicked in the head.

He does eventually get up.

UK says two people have been arrested.

More could follow.

UK Spokesperson Jay Blanton says UK will move more police to the area where that fight occurred.
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