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I was thinking they may have shown up late for the game like the team, but alas they did not. Barely half of their section was filled, as you can see. Not sure why. This is a blueblood program playing in the National Title game and in New Orleans of all places! Oh well, would have been a long sad trip back to Kansas.
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