Found March 31, 2012 on College Football Section:
So Kentucky beat Louisville and Wildcat fans are apparently celebrating by burning couches and rioting enough to get pepper sprayed. Here’s a police transcript of the events State Street was closed during nearly the entire UK-Louisville Final Four game. Police released pepper spray on the crowd, which included fans on top of cars, almost immediately after the game ended. UK … Continue reading …

Gallery: The ladies of the national title game

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Kentucky fans decorate house with Anthony Davis poster

These Kentucky Wildcat fans in Lexington decided to hang a “Come at me brow” sign which is a take off of “Come at me bro” from the TV show Jersey Shore. Kentucky is obviously ready for the Louisville Cardinals in the Final Four.

Lexington erupts into riots as Kentucky Wildcats reach championship game

I would get a lot of rest Sunday night if I am Lexington police. The Kentucky Wildcats defeated Louisville 69-61, and student and fans took to the streets back in Kentucky to celebrate by burnign couches (because that’s what you do in college) and flipping cars (also a common practice in college). According to reports from the Kentucky Kernal, police have been forced to use...

This “Wild” cat is a huge Anthony Davis fan

It doesn’t matter what species you are, the unibrow is always a terrible look. University of Kentucky fans have taken animal cruelty to a whole new level by drawing an Anthony Davis-like unibrow on their helpless feline friend. You can’t blame this poor creature for looking less than thrilled to be rocking the mono-brow. Somebody please call PETA and save the little guy...

Kentucky's Davis wins Wooden Award

Kentucky Wildcats freshman Anthony Davis was named the winner of the Wooden Award on Saturday as the top men's basketball player in the nation. The 6-foot-10 Davis, who had 18 points, 14 rebounds and five blocked shots Saturday as Kentucky (37-2) beat in-state rival Louisville 69-61 to reach the NCAA title game, is the second freshman to win the award -- Kevin Durant of Texas...

Civil War: Kentucky vs. Louisville in Final Four

Kentucky coach John Calipari likes to say there are no rivalry games at this point in the season. Try telling that to the Bluegrass State, where basketball's version of the civil war - Kentucky vs. Louisville, winner plays for the NCAA title - has so divided the small state that senior citizens have actually come to fisticuffs. Basketball purists may argue that Duke-North Carolina...

Weekly Recruiting Beat (4-1-2012) – Kentucky’s recruiting plan faces final test

While enviable on-court success has certainly come to the Kentucky Wildcats basketball program under coach John Calipari, it has come from teams that have been formulated in a unique fashion – with a heavy emphasis on one-and-done college players. During Calipari’s tenure, Kentucky has ran off three consecutive top ranked recruiting classes, which have sent [...] Related posts...

John Calipari, Anthony Davis, and the 2012 Kentucky Wildcats…the greatest AAU team of all-time

John Calipari has done it again by leading the Kentucky Wildcats to the Final Four. Now the only question to ask is when will this appearance be vacated? I put the over/under at 3 years or a year after John Calipari leaves. I know I may piss off Kentucky fans with that assertion, but it will happen. That just the way my boy John does business. You can’t assemble the 31st NBA team...

UK fan’s cat with Anthony Davis’ unibrow looks rather unimpressed

Oh you crazed Kentucky fans, are there no limits to your obsessive fandom?  If you’re not fighting with Louisville fans at a dialysis clinic, you’re decorating your pets in a Wildcats motif by drawing Anthony Davis’ now famous unibrow onto your cat’s forehead, in what can only be described as an act of extremely mild animal cruelty.  Yes, cruelty.  Even members of the...

Like it or not, pressure is on Kentucky to win

The pressure is everywhere for Kentucky to win a national title. Except in the locker room. At least that's what the Wildcats (36-2) keep saying as they head into their national semifinal showdown with Louisville (30-9) on Saturday night in New Orleans. Kentucky coach John Calipari cites the fact that every game other teams play against the Wildcats is a ''Super Bowl...

Video: Otter picks the Ohio State Buckeyes to win the National Title

Don’t even bother watching the games tonight, folks. Emma the Otter has picked Thad Matta’s Ohio State Buckeyes to win the National Title over the Kentucky Wildcats on monday night Emma the Otter resides in the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans. In case anyone is curious, she has zero relation to Paul the Octopus, though they share a common enjoyment of sports...

Teague, Davis connect on alley-oop

Kentucky vs Louisville. With all of Twitter talking about how a lob could be too high for Davis (from the previous possession), this happened:

MKG grows into role for Kentucky after heartache

(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By COLIN FLY AP Sports Writer The two most important men in Michael Kidd-Gilchrist's life will be on display on Saturday night at the national semifinals in New Orleans. They're the two names sewn into the back of his Kentucky jersey. The quiet freshman will be playing for his family when Kentucky (36-2) faces Louisville (30-9) on Saturday...

Breakdown of Kentucky’s Final Four win over Louisville

Kentucky-69 Louisville-61 -The star for the Wildcats was once again Anthony Davis. Just like Kentucky is clearly the best team in the country Davis is clearly the best player in the nation. All the freshman did against Louisville was finish with 18 points, bring down 14 rebounds, and block 5 shots. He was 7 of 8 shooting from the field. Two of those field goals were...
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