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Dick Vitale Calls for Kentucky, Indiana to Renew MBB Rivalry

Following last week’s announcement of Kentucky’s upcoming series against Gonzaga, Dick Vitale implored John Calipari to set his sights on renewing one of college basketball’s most storied rivalries.

The iconic ESPN broadcaster rekindled the conversation concerning a different marquee non-conference clash between UK and fellow blue blood program Indiana. He called for the two sides to renew the bitter rivalry that lasted from 1969 to 2011. After praising the Wildcats–Bulldogs matchup, Vitale urged Calipari to sit down with Hoosiers coach Mike Woodson to discuss the prospect of arranging a future series.

Vitale tweeted, “This is a quality pre conf. matchup btw ⁦@KentuckyMBB⁩ & ⁦@ZagMBB⁩. Now a NO BRAINER ⁦@UKCoachCalipari⁩ needs to get together with ⁦@MikeWoodsonNBA⁩ & they MUST agree that ⁦@IndianaMBB⁩ & KENTUCKY will play!”



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