Kentucky v. Louisville: 5 Villains Who Changed the History of the Rivalry

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Kentucky v. Louisville: 5 Villains Who Changed the History of the Rivalry
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Rick Pitin and John Calipari

No rivalry in college basketball is more vicious and exciting than the rivalry between the Kentucky Wildcats and Louisville Cardinals. This is an important game not just for rankings, but it also decides which side can brag for the next year.

This Saturday will be the 45th time the two teams have played each other since the first game in 1913. Kentucky leads the all-time series 30-14.

Every rivalry has villains: players, coaches or even fans who take the game to an entirely different level. Whether it is by physical play, calling people names or becoming a turncoat—these are the things that make the Kentucky vs. Louisville rivalry the best in the land.

Let's take a look of the best villains of the Kentucky vs. Louisville rivalry.

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