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Hey, having a 7-6 season and making it to a bowl game is great. Kentucky did that and then went to TaxSlayer Bowl and lost Georgia Tech, 33-18. On Tuesday, the team received rings for this maybe average season...



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Such an LSU thing to do
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wow
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Beating Louisville and making a bowl where such success is sub-50% is ring-worthy IMO.
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Maybe average season???
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When you're as bad as Kentucky, you take what you can get. Especially when you know you won't play in a bowl for another 6 years.
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Well, that's STOOPID!
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Kenfricky
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Basketball 'bling' mentality leaking over in to their football.
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Melt them down and make a grill.
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Ahhhh the participation trophy
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Should have just etched an inspirational quote on the side instead of the taxslayer bowl. Who wants to wear a ring in which you have to explain to everyone you got it for losing. All the players are going to melt that down and sell it.
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EBAY
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When did it become OK that Kentucky's coach stoops to this?
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ISWYDT
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Put this up there with Ole Miss' 2003 SEC Western Division Co-Champs sign on their football stadium as the biggest participation trophies. I feel like this is fake life, or an onion story.
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Sec said we were Western division CO-Champs, not us.
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I think it's the fact that a sign was made for it, dum dum
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@GnashRebel The SEC didn't force you to put up a banner, asshead.
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#2 nationally
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Participation trophys are worse than meaningless
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WTF Kentucky Your better than this
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*You're
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are they?
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WTF Kentucky Your better than this
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*You're
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