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Kentucky basketball fans want their program back. Mark Pope wants to give it to them.


It’s why they filled Rupp Arena on a Sunday afternoon, in search of something they felt had been lost. Not so much the wins. Or the titles. Or the banners. All important as they may be. They were in search of that feeling that Kentucky basketball is something important that belonged to them. Kentucky’s new basketball coach gave them that feeling back. (AOL.com)

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Kentucky basketball fans want their program back. Mark Pope wants to give it to them.


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