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It’s OK Basketball Fans, the Sun Will Still Come Up Tomorrow | Kentucky

The time has arrived for the rematch of the decade, where Kentucky and Louisville will face off for the right to win a national championship, and the remaining Bluegrass State natives who didn’t travel to New Orleans, will split in two.

One thing for everyone involved in the rivalry, the smack talk, the yelling and screaming, and the C-A-T-S Cats Cats Cats and the C-A-R-D-S Cards cheers roaring up and down Bourbon Street as the town is literally painted red, and blue, is the this one simple fact…the sun will still come up on Sunday.

Barring an incredible Armageddon type event, the sun will come up!

Whoever wins the game today, be it UK or UL, one group of fans will hit the message boards and radio shows with a fury, while the other team will go into hiding for a few days, hoping not to hear the in-state trash talk that will surely be going on.

Wherever you watch the game today, and whatever happens throughout, remember, the sun will come up tomorrow, and to be safe and enjoy the matchup of the year!

The matchup of the game will have to be between the National Player of the Year Anthony Davis and Louisville’s Gorgui Dieng, who are almost an exact match in height, meaning it will be a talent issue, which Davis should win.

Look for another big game from freshman Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, who had 24 points and 19 rebounds which were big in leading the Wildcats to the win in Lexington on New Year’s Eve.

The Cardinals will have to have a big game from Kyle Kuric, who had only two points and two rebounds in the first matchup of the two teams.  Both coaches have talked about how different the two teams have been since the last game and those differences will be on display today.  Look for Peyton Siva to have an excellent game against Marquis Teague of Kentucky, but look for overall better talent from the Wildcats.

The only thing about the game today that is 100 percent fact is that whoever wins, the sun will rise tomorrow.

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