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How to properly talk trash to a Kentucky fan.

Updated on April 7, 2015

Wow, this trophy will be a sore subject in blue grass land!

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Have ever been told "their the best best, they are winning it all, no one can touch them"?

Well I have heard enough of that this year about the Kentucky Wildcats! I think most of us knew they were going to fall at some point. Of course that time was Saturday in the Final Foul, to Wisconsin. Many will want to rub it in, so I decided to lay out my ideas on how it should be done.

I mean, who doesn't want to rub in the fact that talent wise they were the deepest, the biggest, and maybe most experienced, and still lost?

The tank, the man, the legend!

So, here is how it is done.

This is just for fun! Please, do not start any fights out there!

My one liners for K. U. fans are :

- So who is playing Duke tonight?

-Don't worry there is only next year, ...well except for the fact that you are losing half of your team, well and unless John Calipari gets busted on more sanctions like he has at his previous schools.

-So, what did you do Monday night?

- Don't feel bad, no one has done what you did since U.N.L.V. did it. And they're still Div. 1 ,right? What was their coach's name and mascot? They will over come those deadly sanctions one day bet!

-At least Wisconsin is a real team this time unlike Robert Morris!

-It is O.K.! In the real world, a badger would kick a wild cat's butt too, I am sure of it!

- Excuse me. Can you tell me what a badger is?

-By the way, what color do they use to record a loss?

- Hey what is the line for the Wisconsin game?

-Did you hear that Okafor was hurt?

-Kentucky is going to have a new area code I hear. 042.

- How do you spell kaboom shaka laka boom? Frank Kaminski!

Oh now honey, you can go for 40 and 0 next time.

-Look on the bright side, next year N.I.T. will be easier to say!

-Come on now, you can always watch how I met your Mother!

Now, have fun out there, and try to be nice!

Does K. U. deserve to have it rubbed in?

You had better believe it!

Tell me Kentucky's fate!

Where will Kentucky end up next year?

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    • MikeSyrSutton profile imageAUTHOR

      MikeSyrSutton 

      3 years ago from An uncharted galaxy

      That's true. I am a Syracuse fan so I get to see our seniors and Villanova's, St. John's and Virginia's seniors battle it out.

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      Kevin Goodwin 

      3 years ago

      I hope the program at Kentucky fails at one point. All these one and dones are ruining the great rivalries in college basketball.

    • MikeSyrSutton profile imageAUTHOR

      MikeSyrSutton 

      3 years ago from An uncharted galaxy

      That's right. We love to swat at the great ones when they get arrogant!

    • Larry Rankin profile image

      Larry Rankin 

      3 years ago from Oklahoma

      Kentucky has been so good over the years, they are one of those teams that is fun to hate.

      Fun read.

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